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Es Hora De Decirle Adiós Al Gas Doméstico

Es Hora De Decirle Adiós Al Gas Doméstico

  Es Hora De Decirle Adiós Al Gas Doméstico Los aparatos de gas están contaminando nuestros hogares. Las líneas de gas provocan trágicas explosiones. Electrificar nuestra oferta de viviendas puede ayudar. Mari Rose Taruc John Osgood para Earthjustice Imagine que usted se muda a un apartamento o una casa. Le pregunta al propietario si hay alguna inquietud que deba conocer. […]

Microplastics Are Filling the Skies. Will They Affect the Climate?

Microplastics Are Filling the Skies. Will They Affect the Climate?

Recent studies reveal that tiny pieces of plastic are constantly lofted into the atmosphere. These particles can travel thousands of miles and affect the formation of clouds, which means they have the potential to impact temperature, rainfall, and even climate change. Plastic has become an obvious pollutant over recent decades, choking turtles and seabirds, clogging up our landfills and waterways. […]

Cold Water Fish Can Adapt to Climate Change by Breeding With Warm Water Relatives

Temperatures are rising faster than many species can evolve to cope with them, posing a long-term threat to their survival. But new research suggests an evolutionary shortcut to adaptation: breed with closely related species that can better stand the heat. For a new study, scientists gathered samples of tropical rainbowfish from rivers in northeastern Australia, finding that upland rainbowfish, which […]

The UK had a record wind power year in 2022

The UK had a record wind power year in 2022

energy A wind farm in South Wales, UK. Photo credit: Reuters / Matthew Childs. By Anders Lorenzen Data from its national grid operator, the National Grid, have concluded that 2022 was a record year for wind power in the UK. The data shows that the output of UK wind farms onshore and offshore continues to increase; in 2022 they produced […]

In Brazil, Forests Returned to Indigenous Hands See Recovery, Study Finds

Granted formal rights to their ancestral lands in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest, Indigenous people have stemmed forest loss and improved tree cover, a new study finds. “Our paper shows that each year after tenure was formalized, there was a 0.77 percent increase in forest cover, compared to untenured lands, on average — which can add up over decades,” Rayna Benzeev, who […]

Let’s float some more solar farms

Let’s float some more solar farms

By Jeremy Williams  There has been some unwarranted fussing about solar farms in the UK recently. There is an enduring perception that they compete with food production and should be restricted. I’ve described why that’s not the case, but even if land is in short supply and isn’t suitable for solar panels, there are other options. Yes, there are roofs, […]

Finland to have its first large offshore wind farm

Finland to have its first large offshore wind farm

  An illustration of Korsnäs offshore wind farm, By Anders Lorenzen The Swedish energy giant Vattenfall has won the right to build the largest offshore wind farm in Finland. It will be the first Finnish offshore wind farm to be built in open water. The Korsnäs offshore wind farm will be constructed 15 kilometres off the Finnish coast near the […]

2023 begins with climate warnings as warm weather sweeps Europe

2023 begins with climate warnings as warm weather sweeps Europe

  Ski slopes in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina pictured in early January with barely any snow. Photo credit: Reuters / Kirsten Donovan. By Anders Lorenzen 2022 was dominated by extreme weather events, and if the start of 2023 is anything to go by, this trend is set to continue. As 2022 turned into 2023, record-high temperatures swept across the European […]