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Columbia Climate School’s Research Program on Sustainability Policy and Management is partnering with the global smart energy solutions provider Enel X Global Retail to evaluate its new sustainability improvement
The Arctic is warming much faster than most of the world, and because many Greenlanders live close to nature, they are personally feeling the effects. Yet the idea that humans are changing the climate is a stretch for many people.
INQUA TERPRO’s project TPPT had decided to not organise PATA Days in the years with an INQUA congress, but instead to run a much smaller summer school for ECRs and DCRs. The summer school on Active Faults and Volcano-Tectonics will be held from [...]
Mike D’Emic’s new paper The evolution of maximum terrestrial body mass in sauropod dinosaurs is out! Yay! Relevant to our interests! Obviously I want to read this paper, so I simply … 1. Go to the paper’s page at Current Biology. 2. It’s [...]
I'm just going to give the faintest hint of 'blah' about this news. It's better than killing square miles of land under solar cells, and killing all bats, so we get West Nile, with windmills.However, the whole world is endlessly involved in [...]
This month’s open thread for climate topics. Let the (northern hemisphere) heat wave and wildfire smoke season begin!
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The new appointees bring expertise in a wide variety of disciplines including climate adaptation, food systems, financial issues, law and
By Christine Ray, GSA Science Policy Fellow On Friday, 9 June, Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK), the Chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, introduced the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Act of 2023. Created [...]
Conferences like COP 15 can enhance the understanding of less-visible environmental issues like biodiversity loss, but the real action is at the national, community, and organizational
Here is another Louisville area fossil on display in the Deep Time Exhibit. It is a Modiomorpha concentrica (Conrad, 1838) which is an extinct clam. It was found in Silver Creek Formation of Clark County Indiana USA. It
dates to the Middle [...]