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Report card shows Great Barrier Reef still has major water pollution problem

By Australian Marine Conservation Society Australian and Queensland govts have made little progress in cutting Reef water pollution in two years, will miss 2025 pollution…
SourceSourceMay 30, 2024 Read More
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Health risk from global warming predictor of city climate action during COVID-19

By Hayley Dunning | Imperial College London Cities around the world were more likely to maintain climate action and enact ‘green recovery’ long-term plans after…
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Why Malaysia has a stake in preserving Antarctica

By Wan Mohd Rauhan Wan Hussin, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu in Kuala Terengganu The global sea level rise due to the melting ice poses a serious…
SourceSourceMay 29, 2024 Read More
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Improved refrigeration could save nearly half of the 1.3 billion tons of food wasted each year globally

By University of Michigan About a third of the food produced globally each year goes to waste, while approximately 800 million people suffer from hunger,…
SourceSourceMay 29, 2024 Read More
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EarthCARE satellite to probe how clouds affect climate

By Patrick T. FALLON with Juliette COLLEN in Paris | AFP Vandenberg Air Force Base, United States (UPDATED) - A rocket carrying a sophisticated satellite…
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Deadly Bangladesh cyclone one of longest seen

By Mohammad MAZED and Shafiqul ALAM in Dhaka | AFP Patuakhali, Bangladesh (UPDATED) - Bangladeshi weather experts said Tuesday that a deadly cyclone that carved…
SourceSourceMay 28, 2024 Read More
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World’s island states blame richest countries for climate threats

By Amélie BOTTOLLIER-DEPOIS | AFP United Nations, United States (UPDATED) - Extremely vulnerable to climate change, not rich enough to stop it on their own,…
SourceSourceMay 27, 2024 Read More
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How politics and climate could affect the Antarctic Treaty

By By Shirley Scott, UNSW in Canberra | 360info The Antarctic Treaty System has long been hailed as an example of successful international cooperation. But could that…
SourceSourceMay 27, 2024 Read More
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Kenyan fishers face increased drowning risk from climate change

By Krishna Ramanujan, Cornell University Fatal drownings are a big risk for small-scale fishers on Africa’s largest lake, with many of those deaths attributed to…
SourceSourceMay 27, 2024 Read More
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Why a new ruling on the law of the sea and climate change matters for Australia and especially our island neighbours

By Clive Schofield, University of Wollongong and Karen Scott, University of Canterbury The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea has found countries are…
SourceSourceMay 26, 2024 Read More
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Machine Learning Accelerates Discovery of High-Performance Metal Oxide Catalysts

By Tohoku University Researchers have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to significantly advance the discovery and optimization of multicomponent metal oxide electrocatalysts for the…
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Gas strategy fuels concerns about the cost of energy

By Dani Alexander, UNSW in Sydney The Australian government's gas strategy has stoked old tensions between advocates of fossil fuels and those who want our reliance on…
SourceSourceMay 25, 2024 Read More