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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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When in drought: Researchers map which parts of the Amazon are most vulnerable to climate change

By Mikayla Mace Kelley, University of Arizona In the late 2000s, Scott Saleska noticed something strange going on in the Amazon rainforest. In 2005, a…
SourceSourceJune 20, 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
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Will climate change turn the Arctic green?

By European Space Agency The Arctic is in the hotseat of climate change, warming four times faster than anywhere else on Earth. Already, the Arctic…
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Large wildfires create weather that favors more fire

By Jules Bernstein, University of California - Riverside A new UC Riverside study shows soot from large wildfires in California traps sunlight, making days warmer…
SourceSourceJune 18, 2024 Read More
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Paving the way for carbon pricing with green alternatives

By Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) The political success of climate change mitigation in Europe will depend on how well policy design enables…
SourceSourceJune 17, 2024 Read More
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Understanding the Green Sahara’s collapse

By Technical University of Munich (TUM) From the last ice age until around 6000 years ago, the region now known as the Sahara Desert was…
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News

Wildfire smoke and health

With wildfires becoming more frequent and extensive in Canada, it’s important for people to understand the health risks of wildfire smoke. An article in CMAJ (Canadian Medical…
SourceSourceJune 17, 2024 Read More
Science

Climate Change Impacts Vary among Tree Species within the Same Habitat

By Chinese Academy of Sciences Forests, which cover 31% of the Earth's land surface, are essential for maintaining biodiversity and regulating the climate. However, climate…
SourceSourceJune 15, 2024 Read More
Science

Study Reveals Shifting Landscape and Driving Forces in China’s Forest-Grassland Transition Zone

By Chinese Academy of Sciences Researchers from the Institute of Applied Ecology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have published a new study detailing significant…
SourceSourceJune 15, 2024 Read More