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Despite the grim headlines, our planet is getting cleaner and healthier

Despite the grim headlines, our planet is getting cleaner and healthier

There is no shortage of bad news in the media headlines. “Climate change is already killing us,” the World Health Organization (WHO) said ahead of UN COP 27 on climate change. “Low levels of air pollution more deadly than previously thought,” lamented McGill University. “Brazil’s plans to pave an Amazon highway could pave the way …

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INTERVIEW: Mark Waid Talks Upcoming Event LAZARUS PLANET, "A Situation Where Anything Could Happen"

INTERVIEW: Mark Waid Talks Upcoming Event LAZARUS PLANET, “A Situation Where Anything Could Happen”

Marc Waid and his collaborators on Batman Vs. Robin #4 (released today!) set the stage for Planet Lazarusa crossover that spans the entire line that ranks as DC Comics’ first major story of 2023. Before the issue was released, Waid – who is also running the event – took the time to speak with Rhythm. …

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Summits matter, but innovation is the key to a greener planet - CapX

Summits matter, but innovation is the key to a greener planet – CapX

To share The eco-friendly food revolution is not limited to animal products There are still many opportunities to accelerate the transition to clean energy Innovation isn’t just Eureka moments, sometimes it’s just about improving efficiency Even if it hadn’t coincided with the commercial end of the World Cup, the United Nations Conference of the Parties …

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Draft UN biodiversity deal calls for protecting 30% of the planet by 2030

Draft UN biodiversity deal calls for protecting 30% of the planet by 2030

MONTREAL – Countries gathered at a United Nations (UN) meeting on biodiversity in Montreal on Sunday (December 18th) were closing in on an agreement to protect 30% of the planet by 2030 and pay out US$30 billion (S$40.7 billion) in annual aid to developing countries to save their ecosystems. Tough talks to seal a ‘peace …

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Give the planet a gift this Christmas with these eco-friendly ideas

Give the planet a gift this Christmas with these eco-friendly ideas

Experience gifts like a trip to an animal park or a family zoo membership are a great alternative to buying a plastic toy to give away this year. Photo / Unsplash Christmas – it’s the season for gifts and parties, and the inevitable leftovers from the next day. Unfortunately, while edible scraps usually end up …

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California has approved a very bold plan to reduce pollution that warms the planet

California has approved a very bold plan to reduce pollution that warms the planet

Start your day with LAist Sign up for How To LA, delivered weekday mornings. It’s been a big week on the climate front. On the same day state utility regulators cut rooftop solar incentives, state air regulators approved a very ambitious roadmap to reduce global heating emissions. The overall goals include reducing greenhouse gas emissions …

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How PADI Connects Scuba Diving to Preserving the Planet |  brand voice

How PADI Connects Scuba Diving to Preserving the Planet | brand voice

Details With so much beauty below the surface to explore, diving enthusiasts are, understandably, a conservation-minded group, and none more so than the members of the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, who are deeply invested in raising awareness of conservation and restoration of the oceans. “Our vision is to achieve balance between humanity and the …

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Can we hack DNA to produce more food for a hotter, hungrier planet?

Can we hack DNA to produce more food for a hotter, hungrier planet?

by Lisa M. Krieger Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public domain To feed a warmer, drier planet, Stanford scientists are building a smarter factory. The team genetically reprogrammed plants, nurtured in a lab chamber, to grow long or short, branched or slender roots, traits that alter the ability to gather nutrients or water. Root growth control could one …

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