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Walking Storyteller Continues Historic 24,000-Mile Trek Retracing Passage of Human Ancestors Out of Africa

The Out of Eden Walk, a National Geographic-sponsored retracing of our ancestor’s slow-motion exodus from Africa, through time and countless footsteps, is finally resuming after COVID-19 closed overland borders last year. The host (or perhaps victim) Paul Salopek is a Pulitzer-winning journalist and photographer, and has been traveling overland on foot since the middle-years of […]

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Climate change: a simple guide to understanding global warming | Technique – thedailyguardian.net

Global temperatures are rising due to human activity and climate change is now threatening all aspects of our lives. Look: Farmers and scientists in Peru develop climate-resistant potatoes If this increase is not controlled, humans and nature will suffer from…

To Unravel Earliest History of Our Solar System, NASA’s Lucy Mission Launches Toward Asteroid Swarms Tomorrow

Tomorrow, on October 16th, NASA will launch the Lucy Mission into space—it will set a course for the Trojan Asteroids, with the aim of uncovering the earliest histories of our solar system. Thought to contain the unused remains of the outer planets, the Trojans sit in two separate clouds called L4 and L5 around the […]

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Global War Against Climate Change – Modern Diplomacy

Disasters such as cyclones, floods, and droughts are more connected than we might think, and human activity is the common thread, a UN report released on Wednesday reveals. The study from the UN University, the academic and research arm of…

Climate Swat Team Aims to Identify When Global Warming Causes Extreme Weather – Insurance Journal

Article 0 Comments When weather disaster strikes, observers near and far ask the same question: Climate change—is it or isn’t it? The simplest answer, yes, lacks specificity. All weather is a joint human-nature venture, because we’ve made the atmosphere hotter…

Environmentalist Paul Hawken to Address Climate Change Crisis – Noozhawk

Posted on October 10, 2021 | 5:18 p.m. UCSB Arts & Lectures will present Paul Hawken Regeneration: Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20 at Campbell Hall. The talk is part of the 2021-22 Creating Hope…

Global warming: Arctic ice at a record low and sea levels rising – WION

According to a recent research on the world’s seas and climate change, Arctic ice levels have hit historic lows. Between 1979 and 2020, the average amount of sea ice extent in the Arctic, defined as the region of ocean with…

Australia Returns Huge Daintree Rainforest to its Aboriginal Owners, Bordering Great Barrier Reef

Over 600 square-miles of ancient rainforest with rivers, waterfalls, gorges and white sandy beaches was handed back to the traditional people who had lived here for generations. The historic announcement last week came from officials in Queensland, Australia, who transferred management of the world-famous Daintree National Park to the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people, who are […]

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New research highlights time’s key role in climate change mitigation – WITN

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) – A recent study by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) has highlighted the risks of global warming if significant action isn’t taken over the next few decades. The research shows that the current standards…

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