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Al Gore on his hopes for the planet: “Job number one is to stop using the sky as an open sewer” – CBS News

U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, which are helping warm the planet, increased by 6.2% last year as the economy rebounded after pandemic lockdowns—fueled by a rise in coal-generated power and pollution from trucking.  Former Vice President Al Gore has been warning about…

How Can AI Aid in Predicting and Fighting Global Climate Change? – Analytics Insight

AI has emerged as a blessing to help fight the global climate change war. Planet Earth is rapidly growing warmer, and scientists are looking for different ways to predict the tipping points in climate change. The phenomenon of climate change is…

Nostradamus predictions for year 2022: Asteroid strike, Global warming and more – WION

As the year 2021 draws to a close, another year has passed. And with that, we all know what’s in store: a chance to reflect on what we’ve done, what we’ve accomplished, and what’s ahead.  With the current state of…

If You Think “Don’t Look Up” Is Just an Allegory About Climate Change, You’re Missing Something – Mother Jones – Mother Jones

Michael Peterson/AP This story was originally published by Slate and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. It also contains spoilers for the film Don’t Look Up. Streaming just in time for Christmas, Adam McKay’s decidedly uncheery Netflix…

Don’t Look Up is about much more than climate change. – Slate

This article contains spoilers for the film Don’t Look Up. Streaming just in time for Christmas, Adam McKay’s decidedly uncheery Netflix comedy, Don’t Look Up, finds Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio playing a pair of intrepid astronomers as they try…

Genetics Research Uncovers New Hope For People With Stuttering Conditions

More than 2.5 million Americans have a chronic condition arising in early childhood that can negatively impact their education, job performance, and employability well into adulthood. There is no known cure, and existing treatments are often minimally effective. Yet for those with persistent, developmental stuttering, there is new hope, thanks to groundbreaking research led by […]

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As wildfires get hotter and more common, these start-ups are helping people protect their homes – CNBC

In October 2017, Anil Arora sat helplessly in San Francisco as the Tubbs Fire approached his home in Calistoga, California. Arora watched through a Ring camera as the fire worked its way through his yard before consuming the rest of…

How climate change will affect Thanksgiving food – Washington Post – The Washington Post

Climate change has officially arrived at our Thanksgiving tables. As the past year has made even more clear, the consequences of a warming world have challenged farmers and food systems throughout the United States. Drought, blistering heat waves and raging…

Scientists Discover How Intricate Spider Webs Are Made By Brains That Are a Fraction of the Size of a Human’s

Johns Hopkins University researchers discovered precisely how spiders build webs by using night vision and artificial intelligence to track and record every movement of all eight legs as spiders worked in the dark. Their creation of a web-building playbook or algorithm brings new understanding of how creatures with brains a fraction of the size of […]

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