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View Article Carbon tracking network to launch this decade A constellation of satellites will be... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Climate Change Is Making It Harder to Get a Good Cup of Coffee Ethiopia may produce less specialty... 4/15/2021 Science Daily - Earth and Climate Info Details
View Article To Improve Climate Models, an International Team Turns to... Climate modeling is future facing, its... 4/15/2021 Science Daily - Earth and Climate Info Details
View Article Time travel comes to Google Earth Google Earth has launched a time-lapse... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Google Earth time-lapses show a changing planet Google has drawn on satellite images... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Seeking Cooperation on Climate, U.S. Faces Friction With China John Kerry, President Biden’s climate... 4/15/2021 New York Times - Climate Section Info Details
View Article NI farming profit rises to £456m The Northern Ireland farming industry... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Council calls for jail time for worst fly-tippers A council has called for heavier fines... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Reservoir to be restored to natural lake Plans have been revealed to restore Llyn... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article New computational tool could help design futuristic turbines for jet... Will it be possible to design materials... 4/15/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Stretching the boundaries of medical tech with wearable antennae Current research on flexible electronics... 4/15/2021 PHYS.ORG - Technology Info Details
View Article Quarter of bird species in Ireland at risk A quarter of bird species in Ireland are... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Industries' £40m challenge to cut emissions Major industries across south Wales have... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article Attenborough's new doc: 'Humans are the intruders' Sir David Attenborough has urged people... 4/15/2021 BBC Info Details
View Article UK support for Mozambique gas plant fuelling conflict – Friends of the... Environmental group warns UK’s £750m... 4/15/2021 Guardian - Energy Info Details
View Article 97% of Earth's land area may no longer be ecologically intact Only between 2% and 3% of the Earth's... 4/15/2021 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
View Article A simplified new process transforms wood waste from agriculture and... Reliance on petroleum fuels and raging... 4/15/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article Ancient DNA hints at diverse Stone Age traditions of kinship Genomes from University of Liverpool... 4/15/2021 PHYS.ORG - Earth Info Details
View Article As peach harvest begins, scientists find rootstocks that survive... As you bite into a peach, remember... 4/15/2021 PHYS.ORG - Biology Info Details
View Article Biden’s Earth Day Summit Is a Crucial Opportunity for Climate... Celebrate Math Awareness Month The... 4/15/2021 Scientific American - Climate Info Details

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A constellation of satellites will be flown this decade to try to pinpoint significant releases of climate-changing gases, in particular carbon dioxide and methane. The initiative is being led by an American non-profit organisation called Carbon Mapper. The prototypes will launch in 2023, with...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

Science Daily - Earth and Climate

Ethiopia may produce less specialty coffee and more rather bland tasting varieties in the future. This is the result of a new study by an international team of researchers that looked at the peculiar effects climate change has on Africa's largest coffee producing nation. Their results are...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

Science Daily - Earth and Climate

To Improve Climate Models, an International Team Turns to Archaeological Data

Climate modeling is future facing, its general intent to hypothesize what our planet might look like at some later date. Because the Earth's vegetation influences climate, climate models frequently include vegetation reconstructions and are often validated by comparisons to the past. Yet such...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

Google Earth has launched a time-lapse feature that lets users wind back the clock and see how the world has changed over several decades. The feature uses millions of satellite images from the past 37 years to let people scroll through time. It allows people to see, for example, the retreat of...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

Google has drawn on satellite images dating back 37 years to introduce a time-lapse feature to its tool that lets users explore view of the Earth from above. The tech firm says it hopes the feature will highlight the impacts of climate change as well as the many other ways that humans are...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

New York Times - Climate Section

John Kerry, President Biden’s climate envoy, is pressing China to do more to address global warming. But he faces an emboldened Beijing leadership that thinks the United States has lagged behind. The United States and China do not agree on much nowadays, but on climate change both countries are...

Author:Steven Lee Myers and Chris Buckley
Date Added:April 15, 2021

The Northern Ireland farming industry saw its profit surge by 26% in real terms last year, rising from £342m to £456m, official figures suggest. The profit is calculated by assessing the value of output and subsidies and subtracting the cost of production and finance. Total turnover rose by 4%...

Author:John CampbellBBC News NI Economics & Business Editor
Date Added:April 15, 2021

A council has called for heavier fines for fly-tippers and "potential prison time for the worst offenders". It comes after Dorset Council received 1,501 reports of fly-tipping from April 2020 to January. The local authority said the cost of clearing dumped rubbish over the 10-month period was...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

Plans have been revealed to restore Llyn Brân reservoir in Denbighshire back to a natural lake. Dwr Cymru Welsh Water said the reservoir was no longer needed to supply drinking water and the area would eventually become a Special Area of Conservation. Natural Resources Wales and environmental...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

New computational tool could help design futuristic turbines for jet engines

Will it be possible to design materials that are unfazed by extreme temperatures in the near future? In a study published in the journal Nature Computational Materials, researchers at Texas A&M University have described a computational tool to evaluate a material's suitability for...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Technology

Current research on flexible electronics is paving the way for wireless sensors that can be worn on the body and collect a variety of medical data. But where do the data go? Without a similar flexible transmitting device, these sensors would require wired connections to transmit health data....

Date Added:April 15, 2021

A quarter of bird species in Ireland are now deemed to be at risk, according to a new conservation survey published on Thursday. The joint report by Birdwatch Ireland and RSPB NI found that 54 of the 211 species studied in the survey are on a so-called Red List. It uses a traffic light system to...

Author:Conor MacauleyBBC News NI
Date Added:April 15, 2021

Major industries across south Wales have joined forces to work out how to slash their carbon emissions over the next 20 years. It is a "massive challenge" that could protect tens of thousands of jobs while creating many more, they say. The region is currently the second-largest emitter of...

Author:Steffan MessengerBBC Wales Environment Correspondent
Date Added:April 15, 2021

Sir David Attenborough has urged people to remember their impact on the natural world, ahead of his new documentary on the impacts of lockdown on nature. He spoke to the BBC's David Shukman about his hopes for the project, the upcoming global climate summit and his young fan base. 'The...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

Guardian - Energy

UK support for Mozambique gas plant fuelling conflict – Friends of the Earth

Environmental group warns UK’s £750m funding for fossil fuel project could worsen Isis-led insurgency The UK government is facing fresh calls to abandon its £750m plan to support a gas export terminal in Mozambique over fears the fossil fuel project is stoking the insurgency in the north of the...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Biology

Only between 2% and 3% of the Earth's terrestrial surface can be considered ecologically intact, according to a new study published in Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. This percentage is drastically lower than past assessments, which estimated it to be between 20% and 40%, because it...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

A simplified new process transforms wood waste from agriculture and forest management into ethanol

Reliance on petroleum fuels and raging wildfires: Two separate, large-scale challenges that could be addressed by one scientific breakthrough. Teams from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Sandia National Laboratories have collaborated to develop a streamlined and efficient...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Earth

Genomes from University of Liverpool excavations of burials around some of the earliest houses in history contributed to a major study by an international team of geneticists, anthropologists and archaeologists, revealing more about the remarkable diversity of kinship types in ancient human...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

PHYS.ORG - Biology

As peach harvest begins, scientists find rootstocks that survive flooding

As you bite into a peach, remember farmers are harvesting the fruit this month and next in Florida. Those growers and University of Florida scientists are always concerned about flooding because it can damage peach trees permanently and cause trees to die. As a result of Hurricane Irma in 2017,...

Date Added:April 15, 2021

Scientific American - Climate

Biden’s Earth Day Summit Is a Crucial Opportunity for Climate Action

Celebrate Math Awareness Month The president should commit to cutting U.S. emissions at least 50 percent below 2005 levels by 2030 Science has a stark message for us all. In this decade, we could lose the fight for the Paris Agreement climate goals, with profound consequences for life on Earth,...

Date Added:April 15, 2021