A Viking leader probably chose his favourite animals to board a longboat to England, scientists say.
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Scientists identified a positive feedback of smoke spurring weather changes that encourage the growth of extreme wildfires on the West Coast and in Southeast Asia. By Emma Foehringer Merchan… Read More
The Inflation Reduction Act includes money to help develop subscription-based solar programs. By Dan Gearino On a farm field east of Faribault, Minnesota, a 1.3-megawatt solar array provides… Read More
Scientists say PVC is trouble for people and the environment throughout its lifecycle, from manufacturing to disposal, and is almost never recycled. By James Bruggers The flames and deadly b… Read More
The Willow Project would pump more than 600 million barrels of oil from a fragile ecosystem. Environmental advocates are calling on President Biden to block a final permit. By Nicholas Kusne… Read More
State officials should protect water as a public resource and rein in corporate water abusers to deal with its increasingly uncertain water future, a new report says. By Liza Gross Californi… Read More
More accurate mapping of terrain in coastal regions will allow countries to better assess flood risk. By Bob Berwyn Rising seas will swamp farmlands, pollute water supplies and displace mill… Read More
Energy efficiency is one of the most important topics of our time. As global temperatures rise and the population continues to grow, it is becoming increasingly important to reduce our energ… Read More
As we continue to face the increasingly urgent threat of climate change, renewable energy sources are becoming ever more important. Solar power is one of the most widely available, efficient… Read More
It is the first known human transmission of bird flu in the South East Asian nation since 2014.
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Virgin Orbit says a dislodged filter caused a rocket engine to overheat, leading to a malfunction.
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Sea-ice measurements in Antarctica have registered a new minimum, breaking the record set only one year ago.
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McBride Operating LLC and owner Joseph McBride contributed to the political campaigns of the three sitting commissioners of the Texas Railroad Commission now considering his request. By Mart… Read More
New Jersey, Michigan and Maryland are among the ones to watch, but one seems more likely than the others to pass energy major legislation this year. By Dan Gearino With remarkable speed, Min… Read More
The poles are not known for being noisy but a project reveals their weird and wonderful sounds.
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A social justice group asks the Interior Department to review the adequacy of federal law as climate change supercharges storms and turns coal hollows into dangerous chutes of water. By Jame… Read More
The former vice president wants to train Americans to make the most of the Inflation Reduction Act. He also talks about what he was thinking during that rip-roaring Davos speech. By Dan Gear… Read More
More than 100 coal ash waste sites, many unregulated, sit just feet from the Great Lakes, raising concerns for nearby communities and the 30 million people who rely on the lakes for drinking… Read More
The judge who accepted a recent settlement between the Pennsylvania attorney general and Coterra Energy served on the board of a charitable foundation with a Coterra executive. By Kiley Bens… Read More
Ynys Enlli, also known as Bardsey Island, officially has one of the best night skies in the world.
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Just four countries account for half of the total population at risk of catastrophic flooding.
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McDonough County residents are asking officials to stand their ground as Navigator offers payments totaling up to $18.9 million to the county in exchange for its support. By Aydali Campa A f… Read More
A huge number of the giant sea cows have been released back into the wild after a long convalescence, to make room for others at places like SeaWorld as a troubling die-off continues. By Amy… Read More
Solar energy is increasing in popularity in the United States and the world as the demand for renewable energy sources continues to rise. However, some home and business owners may be hesita… Read More
Exposing water fleas, a critical link in the aquatic food chain, to fracking wastewater reduces their survival and ability to reproduce, with potentially far-ranging consequences, new resear… Read More
A hub for internet traffic and infrastructure, the region has more giant server farms than the next five U.S. markets combined. With more centers planned, environmental and community activis… Read More
Regulators say the company fixed flaws which led compressed methane to burst from a pipe and catch fire. By Dylan Baddour, Delger Erdenesanaa This report is part of a regular collaboration b… Read More
New research has found that lack of rest could explain why males of the species mate themselves to death.
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Scientists will monitor the virus, but UK health chiefs say the risk to the public is very low.
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Researchers and companies across the country are eager to find a way to destroy harmful PFAS chemicals as regulation tightens and producers face a mountain of lawsuits. By Chloe Johnson, Sta… Read More
After 12 years of Republican control in the state, the election of Gov. Josh Shapiro represents a sea change. By Jon Hurdle On Christmas Day 2022, part of a natural gas processing plant in W… Read More
Two researchers from the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic in New Orleans discuss their peer-reviewed studies that challenge the official narrative from government and industry. By James Brugg… Read More
Last Updated on March 13, 2023 by Stone The Tamaskan wolf-dog is the ultimate no-wolf content lookalike. Tamaskan dogs are a relatively new breed that was developed in the 1980s by a group o… Read More
In the ever-evolving digital landscape, WordPress has firmly established itself as one of the most popular and user-friendly platforms for creating and managing websites. With a myriad of th… Read More
Conservation based ethical hunting clubs are important for a number of reasons.Throughout history, humans have used hunting as a means of providing food and other resources to their families… Read More
Landscaping is an important aspect of any property, be it residential or commercial. A well-designed and maintained landscape not only adds to the aesthetics of the property but also enhance… Read More
The temple was the most prominent and widespread building form in ancient Greece. The earliest stone temples appeared in the early sixth century BC and began to build in great numbers in the… Read More
by Suzanne WentleyMy friend Karl plays guitar in a rock-and-roll band, which fills local bars with crowds of smiling dancers a couple of times a week. As a professional musician, he gets fre… Read More
The fossil tooth fairy was smiling upon me today. After a snorkel we headed to bayside Melbourne to search for fossils. Soon after, I turned a rock, and found the tooth of a 5-6 million year… Read More
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on personal preferences. Some gardeners prefer to use tomato tone because it provides nutrients and can help promote growth, whil… Read More
Natural resources are the provision for sustaining life on Earth. As mankind has become technologically and economically advanced the consumption of natural resources has accelerated, leadin… Read More
Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming increasingly popular in the UK, but there are some safety risks that drivers should be aware of. Here are a few things to know about EV safety in the UK:… Read More
AC repairing course in Rajasthan is a specialized course which expects to show students the most common way of fixing any sort of air conditioner. This course accompanies numerous advantages… Read More
Potatoes are a staple food for millions of people across the African continent. However, potato farming in Africa is often faced with challenges such as disease, low yields, and limited acce… Read More