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Strangers Who Set Off to Travel World in Double Decker Bus Reunite 50 Years Later: ‘The bus was the hero’

A group of friends who took a London double-decker bus 40,000 miles around the Americas have reunited 50 years later at the release of a travelogue of their adventure. Over a hard country cider, the remaining crew members reminisced about how the idea first came to Mr. Roger Poole and his new wife Joan, who […]

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Will Gadd: An ice climber’s close-up view of climate change – BBC

Climbing the slick side of a frozen mountain requires nerves as cool as the ice under your crampons. But what happens when the ice can’t be trusted any more? It’s a question renowned ice climber Will Gadd has had to…

This Arctic US Air Base Has Its Eyes on Russia. But Climate is a Bigger Threat – InsideClimate News

THULE AIR BASE, Greenland—On the last Saturday in September, ice had already begun to spread across the Arctic waters at the dock, closing the port for months to come. The temperature was 24 degrees Fahrenheit. Snow swept across the airport…

New Book Exposes How EV Makers Are ‘Ransacking The Congo’ For Cobalt

Imagine for a moment if the oil and gas sector had direct (or indirect) connections to slavery, child labor, or working conditions so dangerous that thousands of their workers were dying on the job every year. The uproar and indignation…

Bodies of missing men found – as it happened

From 4h ago The bodies of two miners who went missing at Dugald River underground mine yesterday have been found. Mining services firm Perenti says that following a significant search and rescue operation the Barminco employees Trevor Davis and Dylan…

Explaining Climate Change, With a Little Tech Help – The New York Times

A new tool uses machine learning to help readers discover answers to common climate-related questions, written and edited by journalists on the Climate desk. Times Insider explains who we are and what we do and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how…

Antarctica Hasn’t Warmed In 70 Years Despite CO2 Rise, Stumping Scientists

Even though the amount of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere has been going up all over the world, average temperatures in the Antarctic have not gone up in the last 70 years. In fact, 2021 was the coldest…

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