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Disaster Survivors in Remote Areas Could be Kept Alive – By Edible Drones

Drones can be crucial during natural disasters by transporting supplies to people in need, but they can only carry about 30 percent of their mass as payload. What if the delivery drones themselves were made of food? Now, researchers have developed a small flying craft with wings made of rice cakes. The team at the […]

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Green Fascism Looms Behind Tissue-Thin Veil Of Fake Benevolence

In just a few years, an alarming new trend has gone viral. The “classic” green climate warriors like Greenpeace and the WWF are rapidly being outflanked and overtaken by much more radical groups who have given themselves frightening names such…

Grim outlook on global warming emerges from UN conference – Responsible Statecraft

Grim outlook on global warming emerges from UN conference The 27th United Nations conference on climate change, or COP27, meeting in Egypt, has seen two realities take hold among delegates: The goal of keeping the overall rise of global temperatures…

Climate bits – ASBMB Today

From metabolic engineering to use, bacteria to extract rare earth elements to feeding cattle diets that minimize their methane emission, biochemistry research can shed light on climate and sustainability. Contributing writer Meg Taylor rounded up some recent research findings for…

The Humble Potato Could Hold the Key to Beating Hospital Superbugs as Well as Crop Diseases

The humble potato, which contains a natural antibiotic that destroys harmful bacteria, could hold the key to beating hospital superbugs in the future, according to research from a multinational team of researchers in Europe. The compound, called solanimycin, combats a host of fungi that wreak havoc on crops. In these recent experiments, it killed Candida […]

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Florida Commits $1 Billion to Climate Resilience. But After Hurricane Ian, Some Question the State’s Development Practices – InsideClimate News

KISSIMMEE, Fla.—Jason Diaz awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of trickling water. Outside his first-floor apartment where he had slept, Hurricane Ian moved violently and slowly over the Florida interior, dropping monumental amounts of rain on…

Electric Vehicles Catching Fire From Water Damage After Hurricane Ian

Electric car owners have seen their rides catch fire after becoming waterlogged during Hurricane Ian and it can take hours to put the conflagrations out, a top Florida official warned Thursday. As the Sunshine State recovers from the punishing Category…

Climate Change for Preschoolers: ‘Octonauts’ Explores Unmapped Ground – The New York Times

Four-year-old Francis Gaskin, who lives with his family in Houston, has a favorite episode of his favorite new Netflix cartoon: When the Amazon rainforest canopy dries up from too much heat, the manic howler monkeys must move into the lower…

Ms. Shackleton’s Café Boat Becomes First in 100 Years to be Christened ‘Endurance’ After Government Heard Her Surname

The great-great niece of legendary explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton has been granted permission to name her café boat Endurance, after the ship Ernest sailed and lost during an expedition to Antarctica. Be it salty or fresh, no English water has moored a boat by the name Endurance for more than a 100 years, but when the […]

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