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Upton pupils research global warming and the world around us – The Isle of Thanet News

Exploring the world around us Life on the magical, marvellous, challenging and chaotic planet Earth is the theme for a term full of research, investigation and creativity for Year 6 children at Upton Junior School, Broadstairs. Their studies for the…

Microbiome boost may help corals resist bleaching

(King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)) Providing corals with cocktails of natural probiotics could enhance their tolerance to stress and reduce mortality in coral bleaching events.

What’s Really Behind Corporate Promises on Climate Change?

There has been some progress by companies that have rigorous targets. In a report last month, Science Based Targets, which was started by the environmental groups and hundreds of businesses brought together by the United Nations, said the 338 large…

The impact of climate change is not the same everywhere ⁠— some parts have something to gain but that’s not a – Business Insider India

A rickshaw puller wears mask and covers is head as India’s national capital, New Delhi, undergoes a heatwave in 2020BCCL The magnitude of the decline in productivity depends on the birth rate, migration costs, trade networks and other local characteristics….

Facebook will debunk myths about climate change, stepping further into ‘arbiter of truth’ role – CNBC

A polar bear in Repulse Bay, Nunavut Territory, Canada. Paul Souders | Getty Images Facebook announced Thursday it will now debunk common myths about climate change, further leaning into the “arbiter of truth” role that the company once renounced. The…

Tropical paper wasps babysit for neighbours

(University of Bristol) Wasps provide crucial support to their extended families by babysitting at neighbouring nests, according to new research by a team of biologists from the universities of Bristol, Exeter and UCL published today [15 February] in Nature Ecology and Evolution.

Anniversary of mysterious parade of meteors

On February 9, 1913, lucky observers witnessed the Great Meteor Procession, when bright meteors soared horizontally across the sky in a stately marching rank for minutes at a time.