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Environmental protection could benefit from ‘micro’ as well as ‘macro’ thinking
Apple Fitness+ introduces new workouts, trainers, and Time to Walk guest
Apple and partners launch first-ever $200 million Restore Fund
Antarctic rainfall could increase through 2100
UN Secretary-General will launch State of Global Climate in 2020 report
Academic contributes to documentary exploring humans’ impact on planet
Researchers examine which trees are movable when climate change evicts them from their original habitats
School groups reach for stars at Dark Skies Festival
Last chance to experience light of Parrtjima 2021
Supercomputing partnership to turbocharge Australian research and green innovation
Tropical Forest Soils Capture CO2 Under Elevated Nitrogen Deposition
After a lost decade on climate action, 2020s offer one last chance
From stardust to pale blue dot: Carbon’s interstellar journey to Earth
Astronauts need a fridge. Engineers are building one that works in zero gravity – and upside down
Water’s space journey: from interstellar clouds to habitable planets
Geneticists comb DNA of “survivor” fish for clues to withstanding climate change
Artificial Intelligence for Space
Satellite imagery reveals three decades of coastal change
Indigenous joint venture to create Job opportunities in Cape York
NASA to Provide Live Coverage of Space Station Crew Landing
We sailed from Antarctica to equator to learn how bacteria affect ocean health
Deep earthquakes within Juan de Fuca plate produce few aftershocks
Moon’s craters are muse for Concordia researcher’s science-based art
Minister Wilkinson and John Kerry, U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate
Atom interferometry demonstrated in space for first time
Warming-induced Carbon Emission May Be Less than Previously Assumed
Ocean bacteria release carbon into atmosphere
Center for Environmental Arts and Humanities finally on its feet after pandemic start
GIS technology helps map out how America’s mafia networks were ‘connected’
BU-Made Telescope Going to Moon in 2023
Aerial Laser Imaging for Better Natural Disaster Preparation and Response
Unusual fossil reveals last meal of prehistoric pollinator
Poop core records 4,300 years of bat diet and environment
“My research is primarily about mathematical understanding”
Human space flight ‘changed our perspectives’, UN office says, marking International Day
Volcanic pollution link to respiratory disease increase
Conservationists may be unintentionally spreading pathogens between threatened animal populations
WA coastal flooding risk rising rapidly, study reveals
Dinosaur Time Machine: Award-winning children’s show coming to Karralyka
Cyclone Seroja last night demolished parts of WA – and our warming world will bring more of same
New laser to help clear sky of space debris
FAO Director-General QU Dongyu designates European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet FAO Goodwill Ambassador
Development policy decisions will affect coastal communities’ risk more than climate change
Amounts of organic molecules in planetary systems differ from early on
Designing a New School: Climate School Planners See CUIMC as Model
New 3D mapping technique reveals hidden microbial communities on coral reefs
Acting NASA Administrator Statement on Agency FY 2022 Discretionary Request
First results from Fermilab’s Muon g-2 experiment strengthen evidence of new physics