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70 New Species Were Discovered in 2021 – Including 2 Guitarfish and a Pink Pygmy Pipehorse

From the lowland forests of Madagascar to Easter Island’s coral reefs, dozens of new flora and fauna were added to the scientific tree of life in 2021, proving that our vast and dynamic planet still contains unexplored places with never-before recorded plants and animals. Researchers at the California Academy of Sciences announced the 70 new […]

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China’s Artificial Sun Just Broke a Record for Longest Sustained Nuclear Fusion Ten Times Over

At the headquarters of China’s most powerful nuclear fusion reactor, Chinese scientists rang in the new year by setting a world record for the longest-sustained operation of such a reactor, beating a world record they set last year 10 times over. China’s record-breaking Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) in Heifei managed to heat plasma to […]

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Biggest Recycling Law Changes in 2022

On November 15, 2021, the EPA released the National Recycling Strategy. As current recycling policies and programs aren’t working as effectively as they could, the EPA decided it was time to take a closer look at creating a circular economy that works for everyone. Why Isn’t Recycling Working?If you move from one town to another, you’ll […]

Europe’s global warming crisis laid bare – France facing 17-degree temperature in December – Daily Express

Climatologist-meteorologist Robert Vautard spoke to franceinfo on Tuesday and said: “It is very clearly a disruption to have temperatures as mild as that in winter.” According to Mr Vautard, Europe is now seeing temperatures several degrees above seasonal norms. Temperatures…

Books Continue To Keep The Climate Change Discourse Hot In 2021 – Outlook India

Climate change continued to be an engaging subject of exploration for authors in 2021. A quick recap of a selection of books from the lists recommended by experts and media shows authors ranging from climate scientists to spiritual leaders, journalists…

Climate, politics demand Biden get tough on auto pollution | TheHill – The Hill

President BidenJoe BidenUnited, Delta cancel more than 200 Christmas Eve flights amid omicron surge Task force has reunited 100 children with families separated under Trump Suspect charged in Philadelphia carjacking of Democratic congresswoman MORE was right when he said global…

Experimental Treatment in Spain Puts 18 Cancer Patients in Complete Remission

18 out of 30 Spanish patients with incurable blood cancer are in complete remission, and a few more have seen the cancer’s progression stopped in its tracks, thanks to a new and much cheaper treatment option. Using a patient’s own white blood cells, doctors reprogramed them to better identify and attack the cancerous cells which […]

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“Climate change obstacles are all political, not technological” | Ctech – CTech

Professor Michael Mann’s claim to fame is a hockey stick. No, not the sporting kind, but rather a despairing graph he published 23 years ago in which he showed how the average temperature on earth remained relatively stable for thousands…

The rare spots of good news on climate change – MIT Technology Review

The deadly consequences of climate change only grew clearer this year, as record-shattering heat waves, floods, and wildfires killed thousands and strained the limits of our disaster responders. In the closing days of 2021, scientists warned that the eastern ledge…

In Mexico, fertilizer used by farmers is fueling climate change – Washington Post – The Washington Post

CIUDAD OBREGÓN, Mexico — In the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains, the carcasses of starving cattle rotted in a bone-dry reservoir. Useless fishing nets hung on dusty fences. Rowboats were stranded in the sand. Down on the valley floor,…

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