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News about Climate Change and our Planet


Thousands of scientists are backing the kids striking for climate change –

NEWS 14 March 2019 Students around the world are walking out of school to urge governments to do more about global warming. Matthew Warren Search for this author in: A February climate protest by students in London.Credit: Wiktor Szymanowicz/NurPhoto/Getty Since…

No silver bullet for helping the Great Barrier Reef

Using a combination of advanced satellite imaging and over 20 years of coral monitoring across the Reef, a team of researchers has found that chronic exposure to poor water quality is limiting the recovery rates of corals across wide swaths of the Great Barrier Reef.

New satellite keeps close watch on Antarctic ice loss

A recently-launched satellite mission has captured precision data on the elevation of the Antarctic ice sheet proving a valuable addition to monitoring efforts in the region, according to new work.

Why listening to music while trying to do something creative is a terrible idea

Everyone has their own way of getting those finicky creative juices flowing. Sometimes, it’s a walk around the block. Or maybe it’s the surprisingly effective mental tonic that is forest bathing. Or maybe you like to watch cute puppy videos…

Climate strike: thousands of students take to UK streets in call to stop global warming – as it happened

We’re going to wind up the blog now. Thanks for reading and for getting in touch to share your stories. Here’s our most recent news story. Climate strike: UK school pupils take part in call for urgent action The climate…

WAVE’s Wireless Chargers Crank Out Power At 250 kW For AVTA’s BYD Fleet

The Antelope Valley Transit Authority is peeling the plastic off of the first three high-speed wireless bus chargers for its network of buses this week. The three new inductive chargers will operate at 250 kW speeds that will allow its fleet of fully electric BYD buses roaming around their service area in Southern California to charge up at ridiculously fast speeds, without wires

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