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Scott Morrison’s intransigence on climate change makes it harder for future governments to undo his damage | Greg Jericho
We are quickly running out of time to act on climate change because governments across the world, led by our own intransigent, denying government are failing to focus on cutting emissions. The biggest problem with the prime minister’s shift towards…
It was pretty inevitable that once the rain finally started to fall in South Eastern Australia, extinguishing some of the bushfires which have been raging for weeks, the wet weather, too, would be blamed on climate change. ‘Climate apocalypse starts…
Prince Charles has said climate change, global warming and loss of diversity are the “greatest threats humanity has ever faced” – as he met activist Greta Thunberg for the first time. He was speaking at the World Economic Forum in…
Volcanic ash from the recently erupted Taal volcano on Luzon in the Philippines is being used to create bricks to repair local buildings
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New Molecule Can Harvest Energy From Entire Visible Spectrum of LightâAnd Then Turn It into Hydrogen Fuel
The ultra-efficient new photocatalytic molecule developed at Ohio State University can absorb 50% more light than current solar cells.
(University of Otago) Increased uptake of plant-based diets in New Zealand could substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions while greatly improving population health and saving the healthcare system billions of dollars in the coming decades, according to a new University of Otago study.
(PLOS) Certain types of domesticated wheat have complicated origins, with genetic contributions from wild and cultivated wheat populations on opposite sides of the Fertile Crescent. Terence Brown and colleagues at the University of Manchester report these findings in a new paper published Jan. 22, 2020, in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.