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Expert reaction to research on long-term impact of COVID-19 on climate

4 days ago   |   Science Media Centre

A study, published in Nature Climate Change, looked at the potential long-term impact of COVID-19 on climate. Prof Mark Maslin, Professor of Climatology, University College...
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Trump is emboldening other countries' ‘bad behavior' on the climate crisis

9 days ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The origins of the world's historic agreement to tackle...
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Wolff: Mercedes not to blame for ‘predictability'

Wolff: Mercedes not to blame for ‘predictability'

16 days ago   |   PlanetF1

Mercedes is not responsible for the predictable nature of the World Championship says team principal Toto Wolff. The German team has dominated the sport since 2014, winning...
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Apple's new climate plan is mostly legit

21 days ago   |   Grist

Another one of Silicon Valley's biggest tech giants is going green. In the past several months, Amazon and Microsoft have unveiled climate plans of varying intensities - Amazon...
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Doctors in France have found the world's first recorded case of an unborn child contracting COVID-19 from their mother while inside the womb

28 days ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

Doctors in France have reported the first confirmed case of an unborn baby contracting COVID-19 from their mother while still in the womb. The case was published in Nature...
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No room to improvise

1 month ago   |   TLS

Marie Darrieussecq 's work has long been peopled with outcasts, misfits, phantoms, or those with an uncertain status living on the margins of society. Her international...
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The five climate conditions we say companies must commit to for UK assistance

1 month ago   |   Client Earth

ClientEarth has called on the Government to ensure companies receiving public support during the COVID-19 recovery adhere to five strict conditions to ensure economic growth...
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New Zealand awarded titles as Sevens Series concluded

New Zealand awarded titles as Sevens Series concluded

1 month ago   |   Planet Rugby

The remaining rounds of the World Rugby Sevens Series have been cancelled due to the ongoing and dynamic global nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Following a comprehensive...
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Breaking down EV Myths in India - EV Technology

Breaking down EV Myths in India - EV Technology

By Jyoti Gulia, Director - JMK Research and Analytics This is the second of a series of articles busting the myths in the electric vehicle ecosystem. The articles are brought... Read more ...

Kyren Wilson says fearless nature is secret to stunning record against Judd...

Kyren Wilson says fearless nature is secret to stunning record against Judd Trump

Kyren Wilson improved his amazing record against Judd Trump on Tuesday Kyren Wilson believes the fact he does not fear Judd Trump is the reason behind his superb record... Read more ...

Large wildcat spotted casually strolling through Cambridgeshire nature reserve 

Large wildcat spotted casually strolling through Cambridgeshire nature reserve 

Cambridge resident Dan Underwood was enjoying the sun on Coldham's Common when he spotted the wildcat in the distance and quickly took out his phone to record the animal... Read more ...

Johnstone schoolboy given treasured Blue Peter badge for his love of nature

Johnstone schoolboy given treasured Blue Peter badge for his love of nature

Aaron was inspired after watching the show and decided he wanted to get one of the badges. Read more ...

Post-COVID, should countries rethink their obsession with economic growth?

Post-COVID, should countries rethink their obsession with economic growth?

In 1968, a small group of elite academics, industrialists, and government officials gathered at a Roman villa to discuss “the predicament of mankind.” They called themselves... Read more ...

Hate oil companies? ‘We get it,' says BP

Hate oil companies? ‘We get it,' says BP

If you think the fossil fuel industry is “bad,” there's at least one oil company CEO out there who hears you: Bernard Looney, the recently installed chief of BP. In a recent... Read more ...

Bright deposits in Ceres' Occator Crater hint at ongoing cryovolcanism

Bright deposits in Ceres' Occator Crater hint at ongoing cryovolcanism

Occator Crater on Ceres, as imaged by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, features the brightest areas on the dwarf planet, evidence of past and possibly ongoing cryovolcanism. Image... Read more ...

Danny Butterfield on Warnock, Palace & his perfect hat-trick

Right-backs rarely get to be heroes. They play in a position where discipline and consistency have traditionally been prized above all else. The emphasis is often placed on... Read more ...

Wild camping in the UK: how to enjoy the ultimate freedom

Mountain caves, remote peaks, deserted beaches - sleeping in nature allows for the simplest of joys Read more ...

Which accusations stick?

J.J. Jordan. 2018. “ Which accusations stick? ” Nature Human Behaviour, 2, Pp. 19-20. PDF Read more ...