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New Study Offers Improved Pathways for Monitoring and Evaluation of Climate Adaptation Conservation Initiatives

A new study offers pathways to improve monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of climate-informed conservation while revealing how practitioners are currently monitoring conservation adaptation projects.

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Protecting Species for the Good of Global Climate

Until now, measures to protect climate and biodiversity have often been developed in parallel.

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Clusters of Weather Extremes Will Increase Risks to Corn Crops, Society

To assess how climate warming will change risks such as crop failures and wildfires, it’s necessary to look at how the risks are likely to interact.

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Keeper of the Winds Shines On

Launched back in 2018, Aeolus has outlived its 36-month in-orbit design life – but going above and beyond, it continues to deliver excellent data.

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Scientists Confirm Link Between Red Tides and Low Oxygen Areas

Red tides, or harmful algal blooms, can cause low oxygen levels in coastal waters.

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New Climate Modeling Predicts Increasing Occurrences of Flash Flooding Across Most of the U.S.

The latest U.N. report on climate change documented researchers’ efforts that have shown some measures of global warming are now unavoidable, and current research efforts are focusing on mitigation and adaptation strategies. 

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Researchers Discover Drug-Resistant Mould Is Capable of Infecting People

A new study led by Imperial College London finds that drug-resistant mould is spreading from the environment and infecting susceptible people’s lungs.

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A Quiet Revolution: Southwest Cities Learn to Thrive Amid Drought

In the rolling hills around San Diego and its suburbs, the rumble of bulldozers and the whine of power saws fill the air as a slew of new homes and apartments rise up. 

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NOAA’s Observations Help EPA Track Emissions of a Family of Greenhouse Gases

EPA has included a comparison of NOAA’s atmospheric emission estimates of four HFCs to its own inventory-based estimates in the just-released U.S. Inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks

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Bean Cultivation in Diverse Agricultural Landscapes Promotes Bees and Increases Yields

Researchers led by Göttingen University study bee behaviour and bean harvests

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