Angelica Chavez-Duckworth grew up wanting to be a mom. As a child with a little baby doll always in hand, she says her early maternal instincts earned her the nickname “Little Mommy.” Now 26, and keenly aware of a worsening…
The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, also known as the “Water Tower of Asia,” is the source of more than 10 major rivers in Asia. China has been conducting scientific expeditions in the area since 1973, and on…
With a possible water scarcity looming, scientists say farmers can use different techniques to conserve rainwater in soil and crops.
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Say goodbye to chardonnay: Global warming changing the wines Australia can make – Sydney Morning Herald
Australia’s most popular varieties suited to cooler climates – shiraz, chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir and sauvignon blanc – may not be as easy to grow as temperatures increase, he adds. Rainfall also plays a significant role in wine production….
NASA’s Mars Helicopter has sent back some incredible new photos of the backshell and parachute that helped the Perseverance rover land over a year ago.
The post Mars helicopter spots roverâs landing gear debris first appeared on EarthSky.
Analysis | Manchin’s bipartisan energy meeting yields a lot of ideas — and a lot of skepticism – The Washington Post
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There are thousands of small-scale, community driven initiatives making a huge difference in people’s lives and contributing to efforts to curb global warming. In early April, 29 countries pledged more than $5 billion to the UN-backed Global Environment Facility (GEF)….