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COP26 8 mos. later: checking the status of the climate fight – Spectrum News

The U.S. Supreme Court Thursday placed a huge hurdle in the way of President Joe Biden’s push to fight global warming, limiting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate power plant emissions. It comes over seven months after world…

The Pandemic Showed We Totally CAN Limit Global Warming. Here’s How – ScienceAlert

With researchers warning that limiting global warming to 1.5 °C is fast slipping from our grasp, we know it will take a mammoth effort to reach. But the scale of emissions reductions required is actually something we have already achieved before…

Why is Aus so cold right now despite global warming – Cosmos

Credit: Robert Cianflone / Staff / Getty Michael Grose, CSIRO It’s an offhand joke a lot of us make – it’s freezing, can we get a bit more of that global warming right about now? But how should we really…

Bone Loss Meds May be Lowering Ovarian Cancer Risk, Scientists Find

Medicines used to prevent bone loss may help lower the risk of ovarian cancer. That’s according to research by The University of Queensland. UQ researchers compared medications taken by more than 50,000 women aged over 50, using de-identified medical records from 2004–2013, to analyze differences in those with ovarian cancer and without. UQ School of […]

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Sunshine Could Ward Off Dementia and Strokes: First-Ever Direct Link to Vitamin D Found

Sunshine could ward off dementia and strokes after scientists have shown a direct link between vitamin D and the conditions in a world-first study. A new study based on British people said that cases of dementia could drop by nearly a fifth if people who were deficient in the vitamin took supplements to bring them […]

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How Fog Nets are Making Water Abundant in the Atlas Mountains – And May Be Useful in California

During the Moroccan desert summertime drought, fog nets are being used to provide drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people in remote mountain villages. Now villagers can irrigate agricultural fields, turning desertified land back into green gardens, all thanks to mathematician and businessman Aissa Derhem. Derhem lived in Canada while studying for a Ph.D. […]

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Tropical Trees Are Dying Twice As Fast Due to Climate Change – SciTechDaily

According to a new study, trees are living about half as long as they formerly did. This trend was discovered to be widespread throughout species and locations across the region. According to new research, climate change may have caused rainforest…

Costly Green Energy Shows The Fragility Of Our Power Grids

Tens of millions of Americans could be thrown into a summer of hell as a megadrought, heat waves, and reduced power generation could trigger widespread rolling electricity blackouts from the Great Lakes to the West Coast.1 The North American Electric…

The Dark Ages For Australian Energy Are Here

When the sun finally sets on the West, the English-speaking people will find out that they are as fragile and expendable as the starving third-world children used by aid organizations as pickpockets. Modernity is held together by cheap energy, not…

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