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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
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Planetary boundary layer revealed: satellites illuminate atmospheric mysteries

By Journal of Remote Sensing Unlocking the secrets of Earth's planetary boundary layer (PBL), a pivotal zone influencing air quality and climate, a new study…
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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EU states give final green light to nature restoration law

Luxembourg, Luxembourg (AFP) - EU member countries on Monday gave final approval to a key biodiversity measure, a bloc-wide nature restoration law, after Austria's climate…
SourceSourceJune 17, 2024 Read More
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Experts, activists slam ‘pointless’ G7 on climate

By Ella IDE | AFP Bari, Italy - The Group of Seven rich democracies have failed to deliver significant new progress on climate during a…
SourceSourceJune 14, 2024 Read More
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New fabric makes urban heat islands more bearable

By Paul Dailing, University of Chicago This year has already seen massive heatwaves around the globe, with cities in Mexico, India, Pakistan and Oman hitting…
SourceSourceJune 14, 2024 Read More
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Ancient ocean slowdown warns of future climate chaos

By Jules Bernstein, University of California - Riverside When it comes to the ocean’s response to global warming, we’re not in entirely uncharted waters. A…
SourceSourceJune 14, 2024 Read More
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North Macedonia’s beekeepers face climate change challenge

By Darko DURIDANSKI | AFP Tetovo, Republic Of North Macedonia - Every day, Magda Miloseska dons a white, protective suit and enters the domain of…
SourceSourceJune 14, 2024 Read More
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Gray whales shrinking fast as climate warms

By Issam AHMED | AFP Washington, United States - Pacific coast gray whales have shrunk in length an astonishing 13 percent since 2000, adding to…
SourceSourceJune 13, 2024 Read More
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Polar bears could vanish from Canada’s Hudson Bay if temperatures rise 2C

By Nick Perry | AFP Paris, France - An international team of scientists said Thursday that polar bears faced local extinction in Canada's Hudson Bay…
SourceSourceJune 13, 2024 Read More
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Humans are the elephant in the room where conservation is debated

By Sue Nichols | Michigan State University Studies working to map conservation historically have left humans out of the equation. This study proposes ways to…
SourceSourceJune 13, 2024 Read More
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Soil bacteria respire more CO2 after eating non-sugar organic matter

By Amanda Morris, Northwestern University When soil microbes eat plant matter, the digested food follows one of two pathways. Either the microbe uses the food…
SourceSourceJune 12, 2024 Read More