Research dr. Tom Beer warned of potential bushfires in connection with climate change as early as the 1980s. But no one listened to. The First Study on the Future of Bushfires Dr. Beer was asked by my employer SCIRO (Commonwealth Scientific...
A Filipino scientist has developed a sustainable bioplastic that is water-soluble and does not leave harmful micro particles, as well as traditional plastics that are ubiquitous and reach the entire food chain into our stomachs. A young researcher from the...
The finding of a dead baobab was a shock to the inhabitants of the South African village. The tree lived with them for generations, providing food and medicine. The 1200-year-old baobab was not the only one that has fallen...
Koala’s habitats were destroyed by ruthless fires. Scientists estimate that a third of the koala population will be lost. The Australian Government categorizes animals as "vulnerable". Bushfires 5 million hectares across Australia ended up in flames, of which 3.4 in the...
Mushrooms are widely used in many industries, from the food industry to the pharmaceutical industry. In recent years, biodegradable products such as clothing and dishes have been of interest to many companies in a wide range of industries. A...
Melting ice in Greenland and the Arctic region is a regular, natural process that experts count on. This year's melting came unusually earlier and broke the 2012 ice melting record. The rapid rise in the world's oceans could be...
Every two seconds someone is driven out of home due to climate change. Disasters caused by worse climate have increased more than tenfold in the last decade. Citizens of low-income countries are most displaced. Climate People are most squeezed by extreme...
Plastic ocean waste caused the death of hundreds of thousands of hermit crabs on the Pacific and Indian Ocean islands. Scientists are worried that this tragedy is only the beginning of a global cascading effect that may occur. The research...
West African country is supported by UNICEF, which is going to build 500 classrooms that can accommodate more than 25,000 children. This project meets several criteria: humanitarian aid, education and positive environmental impact. Ivory Coast Classrooms The country does not have...
Clusters of organisms that look unsightly, resembling slime or human waste, have an important role to play in combating greenhouse gas carbon dioxide, along with trees. Algae and cyanobacteria are at the beginning of the food chain, produce up...
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