Critically-Endangered West African Lion Going from Strength to Strength in Niokolo Koba, Senegal
Reprinted with permission from World at Large, an independent news outlet covering conflict, travel, science, conservation, and health and fitness. In a thrilling sign of recovery for the Critically-Endangered West African lion, camera trap footage and photos of a West African lioness and her three cubs playing, nursing, and feeding in Senegal’s Niokolo Koba National Park […]
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Why climate doomerism is wrong – Vox.com
We environmentalists spend our lives thinking about ways the world will end. There’s nowhere that I see doomer culture more vocal than on my home turf. With leading activists like Roger Hallam, co-founder of the popular climate protest movement Extinction…
Can millions of genetically modified trees slow climate change? – Quartz
Planting a tree, as environmental solutions go, comes in and out of fashion. In 1970, US president Richard Nixon made Arbor Day a national holiday, urging people to get out and put saplings in the ground. Today, however, there is…
Clue to rising sea levels lies in DNA of 4m-year-old octopus, scientists say
Deep in the DNA of an Antarctic octopus, scientists may have uncovered a major clue about the future fate of the continent’s ice sheet – raising fears global heating could soon set off runaway melting. Climate scientists have been struggling…
Rare Species of Feline Dubbed the ‘Original Grumpy Cat’ Found Living On Mount Everest
A DNA analysis confirmed that the rare and little-known Pallas’ cat lives on the body of Mount Everest—three miles above sea level. The discovery was made along Sagarmatha National Park on Mount Everest’s Southern Flank in Nepal after a month-long expedition collecting environmental samples. Scat recovered from the two separate sites located 3.7 miles apart […]
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These climate resolutions can actually make a difference for the climate in 2023 – Vox.com
2022 delivered a sobering wake-up call of how much work is left to address the climate crisis. Flooding in Pakistan, Nigeria, and Indonesia killed thousands of people, drought affected millions of people in Somalia and China, and unusually severe heat…
A space garden can feed astronauts on the moon
A space garden will enable astronauts to grow their own food in places like the moon and on Mars. Read more about the plants astronauts can grow in space.
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The First Neanderthal Family: Ancient Genome of 13 Individuals Show They Were Just Like Us in Many Ways
Ancient genomes of 13 individual Neanderthals show they ate, slept, loved and died in the company of their kin and were connected to other groups that made up a region’s Neanderthal population. An international team mapped DNA from the bones of eight adult males and five children to shed fresh light on our ancient cousins. […]
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Coral reefs can adapt to climate change; you must give them a chance
99% coral reefs will be gone by the end of this century if coordinated efforts are not taken
Tucker Carlson Demolishes The Democrats’ Inflation Reduction ‘Farce’
Tucker Carlson destroys all the lies and doublespeak in the so-called Inflation Reduction Act and exposes the ridiculous amount of money earmarked for Biden’s donors, special interests, and green mafia. He also shows how Biden is expanding the US government,…