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Travellers urged to keep it local in the name of sustainable tourism

By University of South Australia From rolling vineyards to stunning beaches, there’s no shortage of beauty to discover in our own backyards. A tourism expert…
SourceSourceJune 20, 2024 Read More
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Much of the Nord Stream gas remained in the sea

By University of Gothenburg Much of the methane released into the southern Baltic Sea from the Nord Stream gas pipeline has remained in the water.…
SourceSourceJune 19, 2024 Read More
Science

New findings: East Palestine train derailment caused chemical pollution falling to the earth surface across the US and beyond

By IOP Publishing A new study published in the academic journal Environmental Research Letters, reveals that the environmental impact of the February 3, 2023, Norfolk…
SourceSourceJune 19, 2024 Read More
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Air Pollution Linked to 8.1 Million Global Deaths in 2021, Rising as Top Threat for Children Under Five

Comprehensive new report details health impacts of air pollution, which has moved ahead of tobacco and poor diet as a risk factor for death. By…
SourceSourceJune 19, 2024 Read More
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Aalborg Hosts 10th European Sustainable Cities Conference, Urges Local Action on European Green Deal

By ICLEI Europe The Danish city of Aalborg and ICLEI Europe are getting ready to host the 10th edition of the European Conference on Sustainable…
SourceSourceJune 19, 2024 Read More
Climate

For sustainable livestock farming bordering the Amazon Rainforest, look to the women

By The Alliance of Bioversity International and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture When trees and livestock compete for land, the trees usually lose. It…
SourceSourceJune 19, 2024 Read More
Science

This new way to recycle steel could reduce the industry’s carbon footprint

By University of Toronto, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering University of Toronto engineering researchers have designed a new way to recycle steel that has…
SourceSourceJune 19, 2024 Read More
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European and US used cooking oil demand increasingly unsustainable – analysis

By Transport & Environment (T&E) The world’s leading used cooking oil (UCO) producer, China, will soon run out of waste oil, as demand from Europe…
SourceSourceJune 19, 2024 Read More
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Harnessing ecological theory for successful ecosystem restoration

By Duke Nicholas School of the Environment | Duke University Scientists have created a research framework to incorporate ecological theory – mathematical models and concepts…
SourceSourceJune 18, 2024 Read More
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Busting five myths about eco-friendly eating

By Bianca Wassmann, Singapore - ETH Centre and ETH Zurich Choosing food that is both healthy and good for the planet can be confusing. Here…
SourceSourceJune 18, 2024 Read More
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Over a dozen people missing as extreme weather hits China

Beijing, China | AFP - More than a dozen people were missing in China on Tuesday after heavy rains and flooding struck swaths of the…
SourceSourceJune 18, 2024 Read More
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Fishy parenting? Punishing offspring encourages cooperation

By Osaka Metropolitan University While there is an increasing consensus among humans that corporal discipline of children does more harm than good, fish may disagree.…
SourceSourceJune 18, 2024 Read More