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Nitrogen pollution is a problem as big as climate change. Science might have a fix

Nitrogen pollution is a problem as big as climate change. Science might have a fix

11 minutes ago   |   Grist

Some think nitrogen pollution may be the greatest danger we face. The Stockholm Resilience Center, an organization that examines the largest threats to natural life-support...
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Hurricane Maria stirred up dangerous pollutants on this Puerto Rico waterfront

11 minutes ago   |   Grist

Tucked in the southwest corner of Puerto Rico, the town of Guanica sits on the edge of a small bay that's only about a quarter of a mile wide. Rafael Rodriguez, a commercial...
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Give us this day our daily bread. wheat genome

Give us this day our daily bread. wheat genome

2 hours ago   |   Ars Technica

Enlarge (credit: State Historical Society of North Dakota ) Bread, like wine, is pivotal in Judeo-Christian rituals. Both products exemplify the use of human ingenuity to...
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Kevin Rabinovitch, Mars: “Every movement needs a group of first movers and we believed we had the capability to step up”

Kevin Rabinovitch, Mars: “Every movement needs a group of first movers and we believed we had the capability to step up”

3 hours ago   |   Climate Group

As a new RE100 leadership paper sets out guidance for companies everywhere to show leadership on renewable electricity, The Climate Group talks to Kevin Rabinovitch, Global...
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Emma Thompson puts on a typically kooky display as she wrestles Hayley Atwell

Emma Thompson puts on a typically kooky display as she wrestles Hayley Atwell

4 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

Emma Thompson lived up to her fun-loving nature as she hit the red carpet for The Children Act premiere in London on Thursday and grabbed Hayley in a very tight embrace.
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Juventus' Sami Khedira: Germany's World Cup exit 'still weighs on me'

8 hours ago   |   ESPN FC

Manuel Neuer insists despite the stressing nature of Germany's World Cup exit, the playing group must move on. Former West Germany striker Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believes...
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ISPs want to be utilities-but only to get more money from the government

ISPs want to be utilities-but only to get more money from the government

10 hours ago   |   Ars Technica

Enlarge Broadband providers have spent years lobbying against utility-style regulations that protect consumers from high prices and bad service. But now, broadband lobby...
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The fight for cheap solar is going South

The fight for cheap solar is going South

11 hours ago   |   Grist

Chuck Jay worked as a coal miner for nearly three decades before he decided to start his own solar panel installation company just outside Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 2012. He had...
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Germany down 14 places in FIFA world rankings; France up to No. 1

12 hours ago   |   ESPN FC   |   2 articles

Manuel Neuer insists despite the stressing nature of Germany's World Cup exit, the playing group must move on. Former West Germany striker Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believes...
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This Pub Are Offering A Gentleman's Afternoon Tea And It's Making ALL The Ladies Jealous

12 hours ago   |   Lovin Manchester

Afternoon tea is one of those little things in life that is just such a gorgeous indulgence that whenever we partake in it come the afternoon we can't help but feel super...
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Woman, 21, grabbed while crossing road by man who tried to force her into...

Woman, 21, grabbed while crossing road by man who tried to force her into his car

A hunt has been launched for a man who tried to force a woman into a parked car during an abduction attempt in Glasgow. The 21-year-old victim had been walking along Newton... Read more ...

Give us this day our daily bread. wheat genome

Give us this day our daily bread. wheat genome

Enlarge (credit: State Historical Society of North Dakota ) Bread, like wine, is pivotal in Judeo-Christian rituals. Both products exemplify the use of human ingenuity to... Read more ...

Kevin Rabinovitch, Mars: “Every movement needs a group of first movers and...

Kevin Rabinovitch, Mars: “Every movement needs a group of first movers and we believed we had the capability to step up”

As a new RE100 leadership paper sets out guidance for companies everywhere to show leadership on renewable electricity, The Climate Group talks to Kevin Rabinovitch, Global... Read more ...

Emma Thompson puts on a typically kooky display as she wrestles Hayley Atwell

Emma Thompson puts on a typically kooky display as she wrestles Hayley Atwell

Emma Thompson lived up to her fun-loving nature as she hit the red carpet for The Children Act premiere in London on Thursday and grabbed Hayley in a very tight embrace. Read more ...

ISPs want to be utilities-but only to get more money from the government

ISPs want to be utilities-but only to get more money from the government

Enlarge Broadband providers have spent years lobbying against utility-style regulations that protect consumers from high prices and bad service. But now, broadband lobby... Read more ...

The fight for cheap solar is going South

The fight for cheap solar is going South

Chuck Jay worked as a coal miner for nearly three decades before he decided to start his own solar panel installation company just outside Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 2012. He had... Read more ...

Report - Raptor persecution in the Peak District

Report - Raptor persecution in the Peak District

This paper was first published in the May 2018 issue of British Birds . Raptor persecution is an important conservation issue and British Birds has therefore made this paper... Read more ...

How do dragonflies fly backwards?

How do dragonflies fly backwards?

In this study, we investigated the backward free flight of a dragonfly, accelerating in a flight path inclined to the horizontal. The wing and body kinematics were... Read more ...

Proof of existence

Proof of existence

Dress. Ela Mejac opposite blazer. Nina Susmelj Photographer Luke Paige reconnects with nature in this Schön! online editorial. Stylist Lara Ula Vidrih sheds lights on Slovenian... Read more ...

This solar fridge has been cooling medicine for 8 years

This solar fridge has been cooling medicine for 8 years

Back in 2010, as part of our work in Zambia, SolarAid installed solar energy systems on clinics and schools. This month Karla Kanyanga, our Operations Director in Zambia... Read more ...