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Rapid Global Warming is Driving Southern Yellow-Billed Hornbills to Local Extinction – Sci-News.com

In a study published in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, a team of scientists in South Africa assessed the effects of air temperature and drought on the breeding output of southern yellow-billed hornbills (Tockus leucomelas) in the Kalahari…

Why Kansas City officials are expanding tree coverage to fight global warming – KCUR

More than a century ago, in the 1890s, Kansas City’s civic leaders hired landscape architect George Kessler to transform their filthy boomtown into an urban oasis of parks and boulevards. The idea was to create a “city within a park.”…

Conservationists Win Battle To Protect 1,000-Year-Old Forest From Wind Zealots

The German state of Hesse has one of Europe’s largest contiguous and undisturbed forest areas: the Reinhardswald, also known as the “treasure house of European forests” or the “Grimm’s fairytale forest.” The legal fight to rescue the treasured forest from…

Climate change is drying out Australia’s tropical trees – E&E News

The tropical forests of Australia’s northeast coast are some of the country’s natural wonders, rich with lush plants and rare animals, some of which are found nowhere else in the world. But like many of Australia’s other iconic ecosystems, from…

Seven ways climate change is already hitting Texans – The Texas Tribune

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. For decades, scientists warned that human-induced climate change could put communities in danger around the world. More intense climate and…

Number of Greater One-Horned Rhinos Reaches New High – Up From Just 100 Individuals

Confirmation from India came this week hailing a conservation success story for the greater one-horned rhino. The International Rhino Foundation announced the milestone, reporting that the population now numbers 4,014 individuals—up from just 100 individuals 50 years ago. The government of Assam, the province in India that is home to 70% of the population, just […]

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GOLDSTEIN: Cooler heads needed to rationally address global warming – Toronto Sun

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion A crowd is pictured at a climate change rally at Queen’s Park on Sept. 27, 2019. Photo by REUTERS /Toronto Sun Article content The problem with a study by the University of Waterloo’s Intact Centre on…

Biggest Floating Solar Park in Europe Perfectly Integrates in Portugal Reservoir

A vast array of 12,000 solar panels are set to become Europe’s largest floating solar park when they finish taking position atop the Alqueva reservoir this year. Supplying a third of the electricity to the nearby towns of Moura and Portel—they look to continue taking advantage of Portugal’s exceptional year-round weather that has seen the […]

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