World’s First 5-Nation Reserve Spans 435 Miles in Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, and Serbia: ‘Amazon of Europe’
The ‘Amazon of Europe’—a victory for nature 12 years in the making, has finally come to pass as a transboundary UNESCO Biosphere Reserve covering five nations. Protecting the valuable and vulnerable riverine and estuarine ecosystems of the Rivers Danube, Mura, and Drava, the reserve spans Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, and Slovenia. Similar to its famous […]
Mars was once a wet and habitable world, so what happened to change that? According to a new study from Washington University in St. Louis, Mars’ small size is likely to blame for why it lost most of its water and atmosphere.
The disposable plastic straw is a magnificent piece of engineering: Simple, cheap, durable, and unfailingly effective. Then, overnight, we abandoned it for wretched paper tubes that wither at the first sign of wetness. Such an abhorrent substitution might be justified…
Given the wide range of weather/climate disruptions witnessed during past decades – e.g., severe droughts on the West Coast/middle America, some concomitant with raging wild fires, torrential rains and 100- and 500-year flood events, record-setting heat waves, more numerous/ stronger…
A cyclonic formation in the Bay of Bengal will reach the north Odisha coast September 18, according to the IMD
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Climate change causing the wettest days in Odisha to become wetter and hottest days to become hotter
Drying up of water springs, land degradation, sandy soils of the Brahamputra point to a grim situation in the region
DTE analyses geography of 8 northeastern states and shows what changing climate and rainfall patterns mean for the region
January 1, 1984 – December 31, 2017 Wildfires in the western United States have been spreading to higher elevations due to warmer and drier conditions. Scientists have known for decades that climate change makes wildfires more common, larger, and more intense….