Morrison says you’re either for gas or against it. Of course it’s not as simple as that | Katharine Murphy
We are not going to linger excessively with politics, for reasons I’ll make clear in a minute, but we do need to step through Scott Morrison’s political calculations now he is gradually unspooling the government’s much telegraphed “gas-led” recovery. I…
World’s Biggest Rooftop Greenhouse in Montreal is as Big as 3 Football Fields – Now Can Feed 2% of the City
A rooftop greenhouse in Montreal has become the largest of its kind, and can now produce enough food to feed nearly 2% of the city’s population even in winter. Rooftop gardening is becoming very popular as a means of getting high-quality produce into the hearts of the world’s great cities, a method that has the […]
We argued last week that California’s blackouts offered a grim preview of the left’s energy agenda. But that’s only part of the carefully concealed truth about renewables. Those solar panels so precious to the you-must-conform green-shirts are a particularly nasty…
(Monash University) A research team, led by Australia’s Monash University, has been able to transform brackish water and seawater into safe, clean drinking water in less than 30 minutes using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and sunlight.
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Earthquake monitoring stations have detected sharp reductions in Earth’s surface vibrations during coronavirus lockdowns due to limits on noisy human activities
(Dartmouth College) Bzz! It’s mosquito season in Greenland. June and July is when Arctic mosquitoes (Aedes nigripes) are in peak abundance, buzzing about the tundra. While Arctic mosquitoes serve as an important food source to other animals, they are notorious for their role as pests to humans and wildlife. Yet, these mosquitoes spend most of their lives in an aquatic environment in shallow, tundra ponds. A Dartmouth study finds that Arctic mosquito populations appear to be driven by food quality rather than predator density.
Scientists Design Tiny First-of-its-Kind Video Camera Backpack to Film âAnt-Manâ Perspective From Insect’s Back
The tiny camera has offered University of Washington researchers the first ever live video feed that has been filmed from the back of a moving beetle.
Excess heat, rising sea levels, changes in precipitation may derail global sports