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Is Climate Change in Your Problem Top 10? – The Wall Street Journal

At a recent dinner, I sat between two men talking past each other. “Mr. Redd” was complaining about our borders and how President Biden’s policies have led to the arrest of nearly two million illegal immigrants. “Mr. Bleu” jumped in,…

‘Don’t Look Up’ Illustrates 5 Myths that Fuel Rejection of Science – Scientific American

The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. Every disaster movie seems to open with a scientist being ignored. “Don’t Look Up” is no exception—in fact, people ignoring or flat out denying scientific…

How Can AI Aid in Predicting and Fighting Global Climate Change? – Analytics Insight

AI has emerged as a blessing to help fight the global climate change war. Planet Earth is rapidly growing warmer, and scientists are looking for different ways to predict the tipping points in climate change. The phenomenon of climate change is…

Using Subnational Diplomacy to Combat Climate Change – The Foreign Service Journal

Des Moines’ mayor connects the dots between work at the local level in America and effective global climate leadership. BY FRANK COWNIE What Is ICLEI? ICLEI–Local Governments for Sustainability, which was founded in 1990 as the International Council for Local…

New Smart Pack Could Make Food Poisoning a Thing of the Past, and It’s Eco-Friendly

A new ‘smart’ form of packaging could eradicate food poisoning, according to a new study. Scientists say it kills harmful bugs—such as E.coli, Salmonella, and listeria—keeping meat, fish, fruit, and veg fresh for longer. The waterproof wrapping may also help save the planet by reducing waste, according to the research team. It looks just like […]

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Keeping Active Can Reduce the Risk of Dementia, Scientists Find

Older adults who participate in a variety of different activities are able to reduce their risk of developing dementia, according to a new study. The team at Simon Fraser University found that engaging in a combination of hobbies, such as light exercise and connecting with loved ones, can reduce memory decline in adults between the […]

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Climate change news coverage reached all-time high, language to describe it shifting – CU Boulder Today

United States news coverage of climate change reached an all-time high in October and November, according to recent data from the Media and Climate Change Observatory (MeCCO), an international, multi-university collaboration based at the University of Colorado Boulder. Monitoring stories…

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