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Soft corals near Virgin Islands recover from hurricanes, but stony corals declining

(University at Buffalo) Soft corals at three sites in the US Virgin Islands were able to recover from the destructive effects of nearly back-to-back Category 5 storms in 2017, but research by a UB marine ecologist puts that seemingly good news in the context of an ecosystem that is dramatically changing.

Climate Crazies Plan ‘Public Suicides’ At Next UN Climate Summit

Extinction Rebellion leaders are considering a series of ‘extreme’ protests to disrupt this year’s UN climate change summit in Glasgow – including a possible hunger strike that ends in death or a demonstrator publicly committing suicide. The activists are also…

Most Inspiring Animal Conservation Stories | Top 5 | BBC Earth

Join us as we recount our top 5 animal conservation stories – particularly the case of the northern white rhino. Subscribe: #AnimalConservation #Top5 #BBCEarth Watch more:Planet Earth Planet Earth II Dinosaur Welcome to BBC EARTH!…

Meet Dr. Jennifer Jenkins: Nobel Prize-winning scientist and bioenergy champion

In 2007, Dr. Jennifer Jenkins was part of a group of scientists, including former Vice President Al Gore, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for their work on climate. Nine years later, she became vice president and chief sustainability officer…

Seven of the best new documentaries about global warming – Yale Climate Connections

(Photo: Courtesy of Daisy Simmons) NEVADA CITY, CALIF. “It’s not easy to watch.” That was a recurring introductory remark at screenings during the recent 2020 Wild & Scenic Film Festival. Held each year in the bucolic foothills of the Sierra,…

Bath engineer wins national technology award

(University of Bath) Professor Marcelle McManus, a University of Bath environmental engineer and specialist in sustainability, has won the Academic category of the 2020 FDM everywoman in Technology Award.