A new modeling study led by two NOAA researchers highlights the vast challenges and potentially damaging consequences of solar geoengineering actions large enough to ward off extreme warming by the end of the 21st century.
Vegetarians appear to have a healthier biomarker profile than meat-eaters, and this applies to adults of any age and weight, and is also unaffected by smoking and alcohol consumption, according to a new study in over 166,000 UK adults.
A sure sign of spring in northern Europe is the arrival of the Arctic tern bird, but on the UN’s World Migratory Bird Day experts fear the warming of the oceans in its nesting grounds in the northern Atlantic is threatening its very existence.
Scrap will act as the raw material feedstock for advanced manufacturing systems, such as 3D printing, according to Christophe Figus who is responsible for Airbus’ in-space manufacturing and assembly… 29.4.2021
Researchers at the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, have generated a lactic acid bacterium that efficiently secretes a food-grade preservative when grown on dairy waste… 28.4.2021
Scientists said on Monday they have detected a large gap, equal to about what the United States emits annually, between the amount of climate-warming emissions that countries report and the amount that independent models say reaches the atmosphere. 26.4.2021
Charities risk missing out on a share of trillions of pounds of inherited wealth from a “lost generation” of affluent millennial givers unless the sector finds targeted ways to connect with them, new research warns… 23.4.2021
The tree of life just got a little bigger: A team of scientists from the U.S. and China has identified an entirely new group of microbes quietly living in hot springs, geothermal systems and hydrothermal sediments around the world…23.4.2021
‘Tourists cause around 14 percent of the global volume of municipal waste,’ emphasizes Iris Gruber from the Institute of Waste Management at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna… 22.4.2021
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