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Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds – Concord Monitor

Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds OUR ENVIRONMENT NEEDS MORE LOCAL REPORTING The Concord Monitor is launching its Environmental Reporting Lab, a long-term effort to better inform the community about the New Hampshire environment. To launch phase…

Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds – Hawaiipublicradio

PORTLAND, Maine — The warming of the planet is taking a deadly toll on seabirds that are suffering population declines from starvation, inability to reproduce, heat waves and extreme weather. Climate-related losses have hit albatrosses off the Hawaiian islands, northern…

Humans halted ozone depletion. Now let’s end global warming. – News-Decoder

Humans were once on track to destroy Earth’s ozone shield. Collective action averted disaster. Global warming demands the same global cooperation. [embedded content] We’re all frustrated at the inability of governments to take necessary measures to tackle climate change. Drastic…

Sorry WaPo, Claims Of A Climate Change-Induced Health Crisis Are False

The Washington Post ran a story publicizing claims made by some public health authorities at COP26 that climate change was causing a public health crisis. Contrary to the alarming claims made by those medical practitioners attending COP26 and promoted in…

LANL: Global Warming, Not Just Drought, Drives Bark Beetles To Kill More Ponderosa Pines – Los Alamos Reporter

Bark beetle. Courtesy photo LANL NEWS RELEASE In California’s Sierra Nevada, western pine beetle infestations amped up by global warming were found to kill 30% more ponderosa pine trees than the beetles do under drought alone. A new supercomputer modeling…

Pandemic ponderings: Protect nature to avoid future pandemics

IPBES Pandemics report identified the risk and solutions New research from the University of Queensland highlights Biodiversity loss and ecosystem health are strongly linked to human health. Scientists have investigated the links between the COVID-19 pandemic and the deterioration of the world’s…

Arctic researchers want to state their case before international climate change policy makers – Cape Cod Times

Rachael Treharne, an Arctic ecologist at the Woodwell Climate Research Center in Falmouth, returned to her Oxford, England home after nearly two weeks in Glasgow at Cop26, the United Nation’s 2021 climate change conference, that was still struggling to finish…

Why Do Dogs Tilt Their Heads? Scientists Look at What’s Going On in Their Minds

You’ve probably seen dogs tilt their head. It’s adorable, but why do they do it? According to scientists, it may be a sign of concentration and memory recall. Several animals, including humans, present an asymmetry in the way they move or perceive the environment through their senses. For instance, one can prefer an ear or […]

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Early Humans Were Serial Heartbreakers: Unknown ‘Ghost Ancestor’ Appears in Analysis of Genome

As it turns out, the Out of Africa walk our human ancestors took left behind not one, not two, but three ex-fiancés in the process—the third of which represents a species science has never seen before. This so-called “Ghost Ancestor” is the focus of a new dimension of early hominid research, created using the help […]

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