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Is climate change keeping patients from vital doctor appointments?

Patients 65 and older, those with chronic conditions, had strongest association with missed appointments linked to climate change. By Drexel University Temperature extremes, becoming increasingly…
SourceSourceJuly 18, 2024 Read More
Science

Microbes found to destroy certain ‘forever chemicals’

By David Danelski | University of California - Riverside A UC Riverside environmental engineering team has discovered specific bacterial species that can destroy certain kinds…
SourceSourceJuly 17, 2024 Read More
Science

Understanding willingness to pay for nationwide wastewater surveillance in Japan

By Waseda University Globally, the COVID-19 pandemic and the increased likelihood of other such outbreaks in the future warrant the strengthening of epidemic surveillance systems.…
SourceSourceJuly 17, 2024 Read More
ClimateScience

Nature-based solutions to disaster risk from climate change are cost effective, study confirms

By University of Massachusetts Amherst A new global assessment of scientific literature led by researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst finds that nature-based solutions…
SourceSourceJuly 17, 2024 Read More
Science

Weather experts discover new effect of storm – in a teacup

By University of Reading Britain, prepare for deep depression: storms ruin tea. A new study reveals that Storm Ciaran cut an invisible path of mayhem…
SourceSourceJuly 16, 2024 Read More
News

Serbia government greenlights disputed lithium mining project

Belgrade, Serbia (AFP) - The Serbian government on Tuesday gave permission to restart operations at a disputed Rio Tinto lithium mining project, days after a…
SourceSourceJuly 16, 2024 Read More
Science

We’re not eating Peppa! Preschoolers befriend farm animals

By SWPS University Giving a chicken, turkey or pig a name and pointing out its individual qualities may change children's attitudes towards animals. It makes…
SourceSourceJuly 15, 2024 Read More
News

Romania to cull nearly 500 bears after hiker killed

Bucharest, Romania (AFP) - Romania's parliament on Monday approved the culling of almost 500 bears this year in a bid to control the protected species'…
SourceSourceJuly 15, 2024 Read More
Science

Atomically controlled MXenes enable cost-effective green hydrogen production

KIST researchers develop atomically controlled MXenes as water electrolysis catalyst support. Molybdenum-based MXene electrocatalyst support reduces the cost of green hydrogen production. By National Research…
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Science

Complex impact of large wildfires on ozone layer dynamics

Huge smoke-charged vortex doubles aerosol burden in the middle stratosphere and buffers ozone depletion. By Max Planck Institute for Chemistry In a revelation highlighting the…
SourceSourceJuly 13, 2024 Read More
Science

Study examines urban forests across the United States

Researchers find trees in parks are more drought-tolerant than species near homes. By Dartmouth College In recent years, tree-planting campaigns have been underway in the…
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Climate

Encouraging cycling could involve ditching helmets

By Dorina Pojani, University of Queensland | 360info™ With proper planning, laws and initiatives, urban commuters can be persuaded to switch from four wheels to two. If…
SourceSourceJuly 12, 2024 Read More