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New Tech Aims to Drive Down Costs of Hydrogen Fuel

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique for extracting hydrogen gas from liquid carriers which is faster, less expensive and more energy efficient than previous approaches.

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Multiple Habitats Need Protecting to Save UK Bumblebees, Finds 10-Year Citizen Science Study

The study identified types of habitat that could be targeted for bumblebee conservation.

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Greenhouse Gas Pollution Trapped 49% More Heat in 2021 Than in 1990, NOAA Finds

Greenhouse gas pollution caused by human activities trapped 49% more heat in the atmosphere in 2021 than they did in 1990, according to NOAA scientists.

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Beat The Summer Heat

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension experts give tips on avoiding heat stress, exhaustion and heatstroke.

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Organic Farming or Flower Strips – Which Is Better for Bees?

Research team including Göttingen University assess the efficiency of agri-environmental measures from different perspectives

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New Measurements From Northern Sweden Show Less Methane Emissions Than Feared

It is widely understood that thawing permafrost can lead to significant amounts of methane being released.

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IAP Released Two Climate Datasets Related to Central Asia

As one of the climate change hot spots, central Asia witnessed a significant warming in the past and is very likely to experience more heatwaves and drought events in the future.

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Watch­ing Cor­als Breathe

Re­search­ers de­velop a new method to sim­ul­tan­eously meas­ure flow and oxy­gen.

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California Shellfish Farmers Adapt to Climate Change

SDSU and Oregon State University researchers probe growers’ strategies for keeping the sustainable industry resilient as oceans turn more acidic.

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PFAS Chemicals Do Not Last Forever

The use of sulfite and iodide under ultraviolet light can destroy PFAS in water in a few hours

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