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UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030

News Post || Tech News By Adam Vaughan A coal-fired power plant in Hammerstadt, Germany Florian Gaertner/Photothek via Getty Images…

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Watch cuttlefish migrate together in a defensive line with a lookout

News Post || Tech News By Richard Kemeny The cuttlefish has a reputation for being a rather solitary cephalopod. But…

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Covid-19 news: How common is long covid in people who get infected?

News Post || Tech News By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham…

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Covid-19 news: Call to investigate impact of vaccines on menstruation

News Post || Tech News By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham…

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SpaceX makes history with first all-civilian spaceflight

News Post || Tech News SpaceX has made history. Again. The spaceflight company founded by the billionaire Elon Musk launched…

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We should isolate when we have flu, not just covid-19

News Post || Tech News By Jonathan R. Goodman Michelle D’urbano SEVERAL years ago, when I was working at a…

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Global demand for fish expected to almost double by 2050

News Post || Tech News By Adam Vaughan Catch of sardines on a fishnet, Furadouro beach, Portugal Tobias Weber /…

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Outcry after more than 1,400 dolphins killed in Faeroe Islands hunt

News Post || Tech News Dolphin hunting is a centuries-old practice in the Faeroe Islands. But the tradition is facing…

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Cows have been potty-trained to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

News Post || Tech News By Christa Lesté-Lasserre It turns out that cows can be potty-trained frans lemmens / Alamy…

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Climate change could trigger migration of 216 million people, World Bank warns

News Post || Tech News Without immediate action to combat climate change, rising sea levels, water scarcity and declining crop…

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