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thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  1+ hour, 15+ min ago

Study links in utero "forever chemical" exposure to low sperm count and mobility

theguardian.com > society > oct

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thumbnail favicon oxfordmail.co.uk —  1+ hour, 16+ min ago

Student finds out how simple greenwashing is with A-level art project

oxfordmail.co.uk > news

...Reuben Meller, a student at Wood Green School in Witney, used a fake Instagram account to demonstrate how some companies deceive the public into thinking that they are environmentally friendly.... ...As the son of artist Aidan Meller, the brains behind Ai-Da, the world's first ultra-realistic artist robot, he went for a bold project. He used Instagram to show how easy it is for companies to post fake claims on their social media platforms....

thumbnail favicon sciencedaily.com —  5+ hour, 14+ min ago

Warmer stream temperatures in burned-over Oregon watershed didn't result in fewer trout

sciencedaily.com > releases

...The research by Oregon State University sheds light on the ability of steelhead, cutthroat and rainbow trout to endure the higher water temperatures expected to accompany climate change and its manifestations, including increased frequency, extent and severity of wildfires.... ...The research, published in Ecosphere, involved the 5,000-acre Hinkle Creek Paired Watershed Study area, second-growth timber land in Douglas County owned by Roseburg Forest Products....

thumbnail favicon theguardian.com —  3+ hour, 49+ min ago

'People before plants': NSW premier commits to raising Warragamba Dam wall 14 metres

theguardian.com > australia-news > oct

...The New South Wales premier, Dominic Perrottet, has declared he will put "people before plants" as he announced the Warragamba Dam will be raised 14 metres, despite the project not having environmental approval or funding.... ...Water NSW will finish a report on the project before it is referred to the state's Environmental Protection Authority and then it will go to the federal government. "And then bang, we're done. We start the work," Perrottet said....

favicon earth.org —  3+ hour, 21+ min ago

Environmental Impact of Bitcoin Mining Rivals Beef Production and Natural Gas Extraction: Study

earth.org

...Published last week in the journal Scientific Reports, the new study from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque assessed the energy-related climate damages of Bitcoin mining as a portion of its overall market cap.... ...Bitcoin mining is estimated to generate between 22 and 22.9 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions a year, equivalent to emissions by countries like Jordan and Sri Lanka, or about 1% global electricity consumption....

thumbnail favicon sciencedaily.com —  1+ day ago

New species of iris discovered in the Langeberg Mountains, South Africa

sciencedaily.com > releases

...New species of iris discovered in the Langeberg Mountains, South Africa. South African botanist Brian du Preez (29) has discovered a beautiful new species from the Iridaceae family high up in the Langeberg Mountains of the Western Cape, South Africa.... ...Together with another leading expert on the Iris family, Prof. Peter Goldblatt, senior curator at the Missouri Botanical Gardens in St Louis in the USA, they recently published a description of the new species in the South African Journal of Botany....

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Farmers across eastern Australia brace for "wet drought" as rain threatens major crop loss

theguardian.com > australia-news > oct

...Farmers across eastern Australia are preparing for the possibility of a "wet drought" and major crop losses as parts of New South Wales and southern Queensland brace for more wet weather and flash flooding.... ...So basically, the crops get washed out," the Grain Growers Limited chairman, Brett Hosking, said. "Hopefully we won't have too many farmers experiencing that just yet."....

thumbnail favicon bostonglobe.com —  6+ hour, 33+ min ago

By age 15, she'd hosted a Netflix series and launched #1000BlackGirl Books. Now she's a Harvard freshman.

bostonglobe.com > arts

...At the time, host Marley Dias was 15 -- and already a veteran of book advocacy.... ...Her mom, Janice Johnson Dias, president of the wellness GrassROOTS Community Foundation, immigrated from Jamaica to Dorchester. Her dad, Scott Dias, is a Hyannis native....

thumbnail favicon sciencedaily.com —  1+ day ago

Long-term tracking of whale feeding behavior via satellite now possible with new tag

sciencedaily.com > releases

...at OSU's Marine Mammal Institute.... ..."Studying anything, whether it is a plant, animal or even something like our solar system, relies on our ability to observe it," said paper co-author Ladd Irvine, a senior faculty research assistant with the Marine Mammal Institute, part of OSU's College of Agricultural Sciences....

thumbnail favicon sciencedaily.com —  4+ hour, 56+ min ago

Detailed observation of orcas hunting white sharks in South Africa

sciencedaily.com > releases

...Detailed observation of orcas hunting white sharks in South Africa.... ..."This behavior has never been witnessed in detail before, and certainly never from the air," said lead author Alison Towner, a senior shark scientist at Marine Dynamics Academy in Gansbaai, South Africa....