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Conservation Intl 14h
With rising sea levels, levels & plastic bottles glutting landfills & oceans, the issue of is a hot topic. Now hotels & resorts are ramping up efforts to reduce or eliminate their resource & energy consumption. Via
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ChemSusChem 1h
Metal-ion-crosslinked PIM-1 framework developed by Meng and co-workers at promotes with
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Green Spark Apr 6
Congratulations to City Council! It’s met its reduction target two years early. Emissions from its own activities are down by 65% and power played a sig part in this.
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100% Pure [Individual] Diluted NZ 21h
Replying to @Diluted_NZ
in these You made a hybrid electric car, designed to cruise inside the city using its own batteries, but which had the batteries actually powering an active filtration system inside the vehicle? Essentially it could harvest and Monoxide, and-
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Gardens Weekly 11h
I’m 58 and fairly law abiding but the heating up of the planet is pushing me to wear purple and become an activist ... fed up with the feeling of inevitability....
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Mark Z. Jacobson Apr 5
Most in atmosphere in 3 million years
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Pat Lawson Muse Apr 2
Climate researchers say rising temperatures and higher concentrations of in the atmosphere are prolonging the pollen production and increasing the amount of pollen that plants produce.
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Gaetan Sotin 10h
EU set to cut emission levels for new trucks by 30%
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GasSensingSolutions Apr 15
can be found in 3 states. It is a gas at room temperature, solid at below −78.5 °C (−109.3 °F; 194.7 K) and a liquid only at pressure over 5.1 ATM
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Alfa Energy 20h
A new marketplace offering science-based (CO2) removal certificates, claimed to be the first in the world, has been launched.
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The CAT(s) That Lived Mar 4
Replying to @jojoh888 @jonnevi
When Mt. Etna recently had it's burp, it emitted 10,000 times more CO2 than mankind has in all their entire time on earth. One of the many reasons why no-agenda science classes are so important -- and so rare, esp. for politicians.
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Marissa Rosen Apr 8
Nature is our ally! A new campaign calls for "drawing out of the air by protecting and restoring ."
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Frank Talmon l'Armée 6h
binds enormous amounts of , if it is used in the , it contributes to -
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Phys.org Feb 26
Climate rewind: Scientists turn # back into coal
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Terra Global Apr 17
There are 3 trillion trees already on earth & there is enough room on the planet for an additional 1.2 trillion. Planting them would have huge benefits in terms of absorbing atmospheric & reducing the impact of .
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NC State Sciences Apr 16
Extreme weather events like Hurricane Matthew can change the levels of in coastal environments, explains ’ Chris Osburn in "Geophysical Research Letters".
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Purdue CCRC Apr 3
is almost here! We'll be hosting a booth on April 7 (one day only) outside the Ag Administration Bldg. Stop by to learn about & enter our drawing for your chance to win a cool prize!
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dianne b Jan 7
1/2 poop→is food for#phytoplankton→Phytoplankton removes & makes - 71% of ’s →Less CO2 minimises#globalwarming→Stabilises & . Phytoplankton forms basis of food chain→means more fish
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🍉 FRUIT LOGISTICA 🍏 22h
Concerns for the prompted a radical rethink that was to set on a greener course: The goal is to provide a 100% neutral . Read the full article here:
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Asmeret Asefaw Berhe Mar 21
This is a phenomenal paper that I think anyone interested in fundamental environmental controls on rate of soil organic matter decomposition will find interesting. Yay! and team.
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