New report focuses on building a sustainable economy in southwestern Alberta

A report on sustainable economic growth, produced by the Canadian social science company Stormy Lake Consulting in partnership with the non-profit environmental initiative Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation, or Y2Y, will present local First Nations’ policy plans and comments from residents of southwestern Alberta communities. The report will examine how sustainable …

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UW research suggests more complicated connection between plankton and clouds than originally thought The Badger Herald

While humans bear much of the responsibility for climate change, one entity much smaller than humans has more impact on the environmental crisis than most realize – marine plankton. For years, scientists have understood that plankton has an impact on cloud formation. According to a item of Daily science, marine …

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Policies and People | How a young conservationist saves river turtles

Today is the 50th anniversary of the Unesco Program on Man and the Biosphere (MAB). Established in 1971 as an intergovernmental science program, MAB pioneered the idea of ​​biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. MAB’s 50th anniversary gave me the perfect opportunity to meet Arunima Singh, a 31-year-old environmentalist, recipient of …

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Pakistan’s responsibility to create peaceful atmosphere, take decisive action against cross-border terrorism so far: India at UNSC

Permanent Mission of India to the UN Kajal Bhat. | Photo credit: Twitter Highlights Indian representative gave response after Pakistan Ambassador to UN Munir Akram raised Jammu and Kashmir issue Bhat, who is owned by J&K, said UN member states are aware Pakistan has “an established history and policy” of …

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Students, faculty and alumni expedition to iconic volcanic hotspot

Every day, the earth’s crust violently breaks and heals dozens of times all over the planet, although most of us will never know. This is because it usually takes place under deep water in a strip that travels around the world called the Mid-Ocean Ridge. This summer, a group of …

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Biosphere 2 to add life to LEO

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – Recently, the National Science Foundation awarded Biosphere 2’s Landscape Evolution Observatory with a $ 3.5 million grant to study the growth of life in certain landscapes, in particular those affected by fires or volcanic eruptions. The Landscape Evolution Observatory or LEO is the world’s largest laboratory …

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Unprecedented mineral found in diamond mined from the depths of the Earth’s mantle

In a major discovery, mineralogists identified an unprecedented mineral in a diamond unearthed from a mine in Botswana, Africa. Small black specks seen in diamond excavated from deep in the lithosphere, about 410 miles (660 km) below the earth’s surface, shed light on the planet’s unexplored secrets that remain hidden …

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Eggshell exoplanets: rocky worlds with ultra-thin brittle lithospheres could theoretically exist

The thickness of the fragile lithosphere – the outer part of a planetary body that fails by fracturing – plays a key role in the geological processes of that body. The properties of a planet and its host star can influence this thickness, and the potential range of these properties …

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New NASA video takes you into the atmosphere of Venus

NASA wants you to get excited about the nightmarish world next door. This spring, the agency announced it would develop two new missions to explore Venus in the early 2030s. One of them, called VERITAS (short for Venus Emissivity, Radio Science, InSAR, Topography, and Spectroscopy), would be in orbit around …

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Call of Duty: Vanguard Zombies Camouflage Challenges

Call of Duty: Vanguard is back with the WWII theme, returning to the roots of the franchise. The game follows a similar format to its previous titles with single and multiplayer modes. Call of Duty: Vanguard also marks the return of Zombie mode. That said, new challenges have arrived for …

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Hydrate or Die: Has Venus Ever Been Inhabitable?

Title: Has Venus ever been habitable? Constraints of an interior-atmosphere-redox couple Evolution model Authors: Joshua Krissansen-Totton, Jonathan J. Fortney, Francis Nimmo Institution of the first author: University of California, Santa Cruz Status: Published in the Planetary Science Journal [open access] Where did the water go? (And was that there to …

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The Gabonese experience on the future of climate finance

Today, at a time when climate change has become unmistakably apparent, more businesses and governments are committing to become carbon neutral, net zero and carbon positive. The African Conservation Development Group (ACDG) is one of the companies working to preserve and market the Gabonese rainforest. With their current 50-year logging …

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Marvel: 8 strong defenders who started weak

The Defenders are affectionately known as the Marvel Non-Team, a bunch of heroes who came together and who stuck together. The team has undergone several roster changes over the years and while not as popular as some of the Marvel teams, they have had some rather powerful members on their …

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Reveal hidden alien oceans, with chemistry

Sub-Neptunes are planets smaller than Neptune but larger than Earth. They are generally between 1.7 and 3.5 times the diameter of the Earth. A new study from NASA says astronomers can detect the oceans on some of these worlds by analyzing the chemistry of their atmospheres. Image via NASA / …

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Climate change will kill national sovereignty as we know it

REUTERS As WE collectively rush into the era of climate change, international relations as we have known them for almost four centuries will change beyond recognition. This change is probably inevitable, and maybe even necessary. But it will also cause new conflicts, and therefore wars and suffering. Since the Peace …

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Publix commits to R290 for small plug-in cabinets

The Florida-based chain uses R290 crates all over storefronts and in pet food aisles. U.S. retailer Publix Supermarkets, which operates 1,284 stores in seven southeastern states, has committed to using propane refrigerant (R290) in all of its small stand-alone cabinets in new stores as well as in store replacement units. …

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Lithosphere Blockchain Partners With Central Bank Of Brazil To Launch Real Digital CBDC Trial, Launches Lithosphere (LITHO) IEO

SEATTLE, November 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Brazil is the latest country to consider digital currency as legal tender. The Lithosphere cryptocurrency platform developed by KaJ Laboratories, a Seattle blockchain company, has started discussions with the Central Bank of Brazil to associate on the country‘s true digital deployment. LITHO …

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How can we share our divided world

Human ingenuity has created an integrated global economy, weapons of mass destruction and threats to the biosphere on which we rely. Yet human nature remains that of an instinctively tribal primate. This contradiction becomes more prominent than before, as the interdependence deepens and the rivalry between the superpowers intensifies. This …

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The reopening begins in a positive atmosphere

Suvarnabhumi Airport comes to life on Monday as the first tourists begin to arrive, marking Thailand’s reopening to foreign visitors. (Photo: Wichan Charoenkiatpakul) A positive atmosphere reigned on Monday as Thailand began welcoming vaccinated tourists arriving by air from 63 countries and all deemed to be at low risk of …

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Ancient Groundwater – Our Time Press

Why the water you drink can be thousands of years old As surface water recedes in the western United States, people are drilling deeper wells and tapping into older groundwater that can take thousands of years to replenish naturally. Marissa gruneAlain seltzerKevin M. BefusSome of North America’s groundwater is so …

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Juno probe provides first 3D view of Jupiter’s atmosphere

NASA’s Juno probe provided better insight into Jupiter’s atmosphere. Researchers have produced the first 3D view of Jupiter’s atmospheric layers, showing how its turbulent clouds and storms work in more detail than ever before. In particular, the behavior of cyclones and anticyclones is clearer. They are much larger than expected, …

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Protesters plan to block an intersection in Vancouver today

The activists plan to “lock themselves in a facility, risking arrest” for their grand finale of the October rebellion. A group of protesters calling on the BC government to take urgent action on the climate emergency will hold its “grand finale” by blocking one of Vancouver’s main thoroughfares before Halloween …

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Non-thermal atmospheric plasma stimulates new bone formation in critical bone defects in animal model – sciencedaily

Recent technological innovations that have made it possible to generate room temperature and room atmosphere plasma in so-called non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma (NTAPP) have given Japanese scientists the opportunity to apply the therapeutic properties of this “fourth state of matter”. to bone regeneration. In a study published in PLOS ONE, …

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Ecomondo: EU missions to tackle the greatest challenges of our…

After last year’s suspension of the Ecomondo green tech exhibition in Rimini, this year the popular fair has again attracted many exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. Under strict Covid-19 regulations, attendees were able to dive deep into the world of sustainable waste management, from the latest recycling …

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Exploration research takes a “bottom-up” approach

Geoscience Australia has published an electrical conductivity model for northern Australia, allowing a better understanding of mineral compositions hundreds of kilometers below the surface. The so-called magnetotelluric (MT) model was created as part of the government agency’s Australian Lithospheric Architecture Magnetotelluric Project (AusLAMP). AusLAMP is part of the $ 225 …

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EU Delegation and Ministry of Agriculture announce launch of support projects for Tonlé Sap fishing community and coastal provinces

Four EU-funded projects to support fishing communities in 10 Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserves and Coastal Provinces have been officially launched. The EU Delegation in Cambodia and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) officially announced the launch of the four EU-funded projects on October 27. The announcement was made …

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Search | Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Mihye Ahn My research focuses on the development of a new methodology to solve statistical problems raised from neuroimaging data, including fMRI, MRIs, DTI and EEG. Generally, functional neuroimaging data are large in size both spatially and temporally. The analysis of these data includes various statistical topics: time series analysis, …

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Sustainable IOT thanks to the “less is more” approach

Dharmesh Goshalia. Connecting the world through dedicated communication devices and IOT networks is already a large, expansive and rapidly changing industry. With billions of connected devices around the world, you can imagine the importance and need for stable and reliable networks that cross borders and have an international footprint. However, …

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American Airlines will resume its flights in Martinique

American Airlines flights between Martinique and the United States will resume on November 6, announced Bénédicte di Geronimo, the country’s Minister of Tourism. Departures between Miami International Airport and Aimé Césaire International Airport in Fort de France will initially depart on Saturdays before being extended to three times a week …

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Researchers Studying Planetary Atmospheres Reveal New Information About Saturn-Like Exoplanet | NSF

Research News Researchers studying planets’ atmospheres reveal new information about Saturn-like exoplanet Atmospheric temperature and winds of the exoplanet are much higher than previous estimates A graphic of iron rain falling on the exoplanet WASP-76b October 19, 2021 A team of international researchers has discovered that the flaming exoplanet known …

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Earth factories creating elements from nuclear transmutation

Cross section of the Earth’s interior: crust, upper and lower mantle, and outer and inner nuclei. Credit: Mikio Fukuhara, Alexander Yoshino and Nobuhisa Fujima Rather than being created only during supernova explosions, chemical elements could also be produced deep within the Earth’s lower mantle. It has long been theorized that …

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La Niña Winter: atmospheric extremes can last all season

Over the next few months, La Niña is likely to impact the temperature and precipitation regimes in the United States. (Photo: Pixabay)The arrival of La Niña may mean that the North may have a stormier and colder winter while the South may become drier and have warmer-than-average temperatures. What Happens …

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CUK Botany Department Holds Conference on “Rethinking the – Reader of Kashmir”

Reconstruction – Step by step towards the environment, sustainability and ecosystem services ” Ganderbal: Department of Botany, Central University of Kashmir (CUK) hosted an online guest lecture on “Rethinking Rebuilding-Stepping Towards Environment, Sustainability & Ecosystem Services” by Professor Mohammad Latif Khan, Director of Academic Affairs, Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya.In his …

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Modified Atmosphere Packaging Market Size, Outlook and Key Companies – Air Products and Chemicals, Amcor, Bemis, Berry Plastics, Coveris Holdings, Linde

New Jersey, United States, – The report on the Modified Atmosphere Packaging Market will be comprehensive with a focus on the competitive landscape, geographic growth, segmentation and market dynamics, including drivers, restraints and opportunities. Illuminates key production, revenue, and consumption trends so that players can improve their sales and growth …

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Reservoir watches feature WWII comic book heroes and a tribute to the 356 Speedster

The French watchmaking house Reservoir divides its watches into marine, aeronautic and automotive categories. The watches are inspired by dials and gauges found in cockpits, on instrument panels or on some kind of diving equipment. And they all share a common theme of a retrograde minute hand sweeping across the …

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Challenging the Big Bang puzzle of the heavy comp

image: Cross section of the Earth’s interior: crust, upper and lower mantle, and outer and inner nuclei. seen Following Credit: Mikio Fukuhara, Alexander Yoshino and Nobuhisa Fujima WASHINGTON, October 12, 2021 – It has long been theorized that hydrogen, helium, and lithium were the only chemical elements that existed during …

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Rather than being created only in supernova explosions, chemical elements could also be produced deep within the Earth’s lower mantle – ScienceDaily

It has long been theorized that hydrogen, helium, and lithium were the only chemical elements existing during the Big Bang when the universe formed, and that supernova explosions, stars exploding at the end of their life. life, are responsible for transmuting these elements into heavier ones. and distribute them throughout …

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Star Trek Post-Capitalist Society | James mcgrath

An excellent quote from an article by Usha Alexander on the near-utopian vision of Star Trek and the importance of imagining alternatives to capitalism if we are to make progress in the real world. The world of Star Trek is so widely appealing, I think, because it presents us with …

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Nilgiris’ production company Aadhimalai Pazhangudiyinar wins Ecuador Prize 2021

UDHAGAMANDALAM: The Aadhimalai Pazhangudiyinar Producer Company Limited in the Nilgiris has received the prestigious 2021 Equator Prize from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). “This cooperative of 1,700 shareholders, managed and managed entirely by indigenous peoples of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, improves the livelihoods of villagers by supporting the sustainable …

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What’s open and closed in Montreal this Thanksgiving

MONTREAL – Here is a partial list of what is open and closed in Montreal for Thanksgiving. OPEN Public markets, such as Atwater, Jean-Talon and Maisonneuve; Swimming pools, sports centers, libraries and other cultural sites can operate on a vacation schedule. Visit your borough’s website for more information. Eco-centers, from …

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COP26: How the UK started the climate crisis

Last month, the journal Nature published an article calculate what it means. “To account for a 50% probability of limiting warming to 1.5 ° C … by 2050, we find that almost 60% of petroleum and fossil methane, and 90% of coal must remain not extracted “, conclude the authors. …

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Voice Against Teesta Hydroelectric projects gain momentum

Source: Sikkim Express The Lepchas of Dzongu in northern Sikkim have resumed their protests against the construction of mega hydropower projects on the Teesta River. Hundreds of people gathered in Namprikdang to demonstrate their strong opposition to the 520 Mw Teesta Stage-IV power project and the 300 Mw Panan power …

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Largest ever underwater eruption spawns new volcano

Largest ever underwater eruption spawns new volcano On May 10, 2018, seismic rumbles began between the rifts in East Africa and Madagascar, culminating in a magnitude 5.8 earthquake five days later. Shortly after, researchers learned that a volcanic event had occurred 50 kilometers off the east coast of the French …

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Magical country walk | Noosa today

By Lisa Marshall The annual Great Noosa Country Trail Walk took place over the long weekend October 2-4 in the beautiful Noosa hinterland. This unique event, recently renamed the Noosa Biosphere Trail, took walkers through the countryside on the Noosa trail system, starting at Lake McDonald in Cooroy and ending …

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Blue fireball shooting through Colorado sky on film

Less than a week after many people reported seeing a fireball on the east coast, another was spotted in Colorado that looked brighter as it lit up the blue night sky. The American Meteor Society said it had received 50 reports from people in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico who …

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Bangladesh needs rules on odorized LPG

The explosion in Moghbazar at a mosque in Narayanganj and numerous fires and explosions at homes and other establishments have raised concerns about the use of different gases. Usually, other countries have regulations on the use of odorants to identify leaks in pipes or cylinders. Bangladesh does not have such …

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Our atmosphere is changing. And it makes the earth darker

New research reveals climate change is making Earth less reflective, according to article published iin the review Geophysical research letters. “The reflectance of the Earth is a fundamental climatic parameter that we measured from the Big Bear Solar Observatory between 1998 and 2017 by observing the brightness of the earth …

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Relaxed atmosphere at Valley Commons | Economic news

Kyla Richey and Rudy Verhoeff are enjoying this shoulder season. “It was a mad rush for us to open for the Labor Day long weekend, so we’re now taking advantage of that slightly slower pace to taste wine with people and introduce them to the Valley Commons brand,” said Richey, …

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Floating exoplanets with underground oceans could support life

Dr Manasvi Lingam of the Department of Aerospace, Physics and Space Sciences at the Florida Institute of Technology and Professor Avi Loeb of Harvard University studied how life could survive on floating or rogue planets – mass interstellar objects. planetary without a host planetary system – via oceans strewn under …

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Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit: Weekly Trip

Defined by charming beaches and surrounded by the Sierra Madre Mountains, Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit offer a glimpse of authentic Mexico. A perfect tropical climate With an annual average temperature of 77 ° F, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, and Riviera Nayarit, Nayarit, are vacationers’ dreams. With over 330 days of …

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