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New Dimension for Coral Restoration: 3-D Printed Reefs Recreate Natural Diversity

An innovation interface tailors 3D-printed reefs to their marine environment and may curb reef devastation plaguing global coral ecosystems. In a new paper, researchers from four of Israel’s leading universities highlight a 3D printing method they developed to preserve coral reefs. Their innovation is based on the natural structure of coral reefs off the southern coastal […]

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From India To Canada, Tracking The Killer Wave Of Global Warming – Worldcrunch

Even then, in the 1980s, the new style came in for criticism. In his era-defining bestseller The Language of Postmodern Architecture (1978), American architectural historian Charles Jencks made the bold claim that Bauhaus modernism was over, which many German architects…

Global Warning: Extreme weather conditions are sweeping large parts of the world – The Financial Express

Climate change has been at the top of the agenda for many nations across the world. Why would some global leaders otherwise appoint ‘chief heat officers’, who have the most important tasks at hand—to deal with rising temperatures in their…

Urban Forests, Forest Urbanisms & Global Warming International Conference – Announcements – E-Flux

During the current climate emergency, there has been increasing focus on the role of forests, trees, and associated vegetation in urban areas—places where most of us live, work, learn, and play. Urban forests play a role in the mitigation of global warming by, for…

‘We hope others replicate this’: Parkside neighborhood plants 93 trees to replenish canopy – Savannah Morning News

The sun had barely blipped into the clear sky Saturday morning when members of the Savannah College Art and Design’s men’s lacrosse team hauled 20,000 pounds of water, dirt and roots throughout the Parkside neighborhood just south of Daffin Park. “Everyone’s been super…

How we can still stop global warming – Philstar.com

As sea levels continue to rise, temperature shifts and extreme weather becomes more frequent, almost half of the world’s population is now highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, according to a report from the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel…

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‘Build-under’: the impacts of renovating the traditional ‘Queenslander’

Kevin “Rusty” Adams’ home flooded in 2011, in 2017, and again in 2022. He has lived in Brisbane’s Paddington area his entire life – and no flood is going to drive him from the community or his home in the…

A mild-mannered biker triggered a huge debate over humans’ role in climate change – in the early 20th century – Buffalo News

Guy Stewart Callendar connected carbon dioxide concentrations with rising temperatures. GS Callendar Archive, University of East Anglia In 1938, a British engineer and amateur meteorologist made a discovery that set off a fierce debate about climate change. Scientists had known for…

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