Reprinted with permission fromÂ World At Large, a news website of nature, politics, science, health, and travel. NASA and the world just celebrated the fifth American rover to land on the surface of the Red Planet. The rover brings with it a host of research equipment meant to examine the planet’s surface for signs of ancient […]
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AXA, Other Mega-Investors Seek to Avoid Portfolios with Global Warming Potential – Insurance Journal
Article 0 Comments All good money managers expect to outperform their benchmark, and by one such metric the French insurer and investor AXA SA recently scored a market-beating success. Not by delivering higher returns, but by generating a lower level…
Those living in coastal Chile’s shanty towns see as much water as they could ever need, but they can’t drink it because it’s too salty. There’s also abundant solar energy on the coast, but nothing with which to utilize the energy source. 2021 Lexus Design Award finalist Henry Glogau is creating something that makes use of […]
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Climate change explainer: Earth is warming but winters could get worse – here’s why – WDIV ClickOnDetroit
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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit Email Print MGN Climate change is real. Almost all climate scientists agree that the trend of warming temperatures over the last century is related to human activity. There has been debate about whether there truly is…
2020 was remarkable year for rhino protection in Kenya where not one single rhino lost its horn or lost its life last year—a feat not achieved since 1999. Travel restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic was just one of the contributing factors. Other interventions include tackling poverty in nearby rural areas and increasing policing efforts […]
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Neurologists looking to understand how perfect pitch affects the brain found an altogether different and inspiring conclusion about music and brain function. They found that both perfect pitchâthe ability to identify a note simply by the soundâand musical training in general led to greater functional connectivity between the regions of the brain. Perfect pitch is […]
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(University of Colorado at Boulder) Bark beetle outbreaks and wildfire alone are not a death sentence for Colorado’s beloved forests–but when combined, their toll may become more permanent, shows new research from the University of Colorado Boulder.
With so many scary coronavirus headlines these days, we thought we would revise our very popular article series highlighting all the positive updates about the COVID-19 pandemic that we can find from around the world. If these hopeful headlines uplift you—don’t forget to share, and make some good news go viral across the globe… 1) Coronavirus […]
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Dependency on coal in key parts of the world is preventing a global green recovery from taking off, and the shift away from coal needs to be made a global priority, the head of the world’s energy watchdog has said…