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A milestone

Mark ♦ January 22, 2019 ♦ 1 Comment Congratulations to Les Wallace for passing the 5000 signature milestone. It’s a big ask to think that this petition could get another 5000 signatures inside two weeks but it’s certainly not impossible….

Planet Nine debunked? New theory explains outer orbits without the need for an extra planet

Could our solar system contain one more planet beyond the orbit of Neptune that has yet to be discovered? So-called “Planet Nine” is more than just fanciful speculation; it’s a theory with compelling circumstantial evidence behind it. For instance, since…

Davos Elite Looks to ‘Globalization 4.0’ to Stem Climate Change

Business leaders say the next wave of globalization must create social benefits as well as provide technical solutions to climate change. For business leaders gathering in the Swiss Alps this week, ‘Globalisation 4.0’ holds the answers to one of the world’s…

RPPDG thoughts

Mark ♦ January 22, 2019 ♦ 2 Comments The non-attendance of the pro-shooting organisations at last week’s Raptor Persecution Priority Delivery Group (RPPDG) meeting (you read about it first here but see also my further blog, the coverage in RPUK…

Greenland Ice Melting Four Times Faster than in 2003, Study Finds

Southwest part of the island could be major contributor to sea level rise. Greenland is melting faster than scientists previously thought–and will likely lead to faster sea level rise–thanks to the continued, accelerating warming of the Earth’s atmosphere, a new…

Global Warming Might Be Making Waves Stronger

A new study published in the journal Nature Communications has revealed an as-yet-unseen consequence of climate change, wherein the energy of ocean waves have been increasing around the world caused by widespread ocean warming, which could potentially create further repercussions…

Heatwave round 3: climate diary of an Australian heat event

Welcome to my third daily diary of an Australian heatwave event. This heat event is marked by persistent heat from the Pilbara and Central Australia from mid December 2018 that sends out waves of heat to impact the south east…

Penguin Chicks’ Stand Off Against Predator | Spy In The Snow | BBC Earth

When a petrel attackes them, emperor penguing chicks stand together against it. Exclusive preview from #SpyInTheSnow, out in the UK December 30th. Learn more about Spy In The Snow: https://bbc.in/2Rcnc0K Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos –…

Humboldt Penguins Fight Off Fur Seals | BBC Earth

Fur seals are blocking the way to the penguins' nest – will they be able to go survive and make it back? Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos – http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet…