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Be Afraid: Great Reset Shill Boris Johnson Wants To ‘Build Back Better’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will launch his new legislative program this week with three words that ought to send a shiver down the spine: ‘Build Back Better.’ The phrase is, of course, code for a massive global power grab by the…

Climate Change May Have Pushed Ancient Humans Into Extinction – Now. Powered by – Now. Powered by Northrop Grumman.

Throughout Earth’s history, climate change has pushed animal and plant species into extinction. About 250 million years ago, global warming triggered by massive volcanic eruptions wiped out 96 percent of all marine species during the Permian period, as Science magazine…

Dow introduces innovative UCARSOL™ greenhouse gas capture solution to fight global warming – Bangkok Post

Dow introduces innovative UCARSOL™ greenhouse gas capture solution to fight global warming Dow, the global leader of materials science, has introduced UCARSOL™ to the Thailand market; the company’s innovative solution against global warming. UCARSOL™ is already popular abroad. The greenhouse…

Standard Chartered accused of hypocrisy over climate change – Financial Times

Standard Chartered has been accused of hypocrisy on climate change by an influential pressure group, which warned the bank will be the target of shareholder action unless it tightens its fossil-fuel lending policies. Market Forces, an activist environmental group that…

Climate change likely to worsen despite worldwide pledges to cut carbon emissions, report finds – FOX 29 News Philadelphia

Biden, Harris speak at climate summit on Earth Day President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris opened Earth Day’s climate summit, with an ambitious pledge to cut by at least one-half the climate-wrecking coal and petroleum fumes that America…

Climate Change Resilience: Northern Red Sea Corals Pass Heat Stress Test With Flying Colors – SciTechDaily

The aquarium system in which scientists submitted Northern red sea corals to various temperatures. Credit: Maoz Fine EPFL scientists are beginning to understand why corals in the Gulf of Aqaba, along with their symbiotic algae and bacteria, resist higher temperatures…

World’s First Fully-Recyclable Electronic Transistor Produced By 3D Printers at Duke University

Engineers at Duke University have developed the world’s first fully recyclable printed electronics. Their recycling process recovers nearly 100% of the materials used—and preserves most of their performance capabilities for reuse. By demonstrating a crucial and relatively complex computer component—the transistor—created with three carbon-based inks, the researchers hope to inspire a new generation of recyclable […]

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Calpers under fire over opposition to BP climate vote – Financial Times

Calpers and Climate Action 100+, the influential investor group, have come under fire over the US pension fund’s decision to vote against a climate resolution at oil supermajor BP. The resolution, scheduled for a vote at BP’s annual general meeting…

Researchers Boost Performance of Solar Cells By Using Human Hair From a Barbershop

Researchers have used carbon dots, created from human hair waste sourced from a barbershop, to create a kind of ‘armor’ to improve the performance of cutting-edge solar technology. In a study, the researchers led by Professor Hongxia Wang in collaboration with Associate Professor Prashant Sonar of QUT’s Centre for Materials Science showed the carbon nanodots could […]

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