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Written by: Stella Muzin Healing Coral doesn't want to save the planet, they want to heal with it. This initiative, officially launched in April of 2022, is not just talking about what they plan to do but actually taking action. By...
Written by: Johnny Wood How do you safeguard a culture that’s disappearing? This question sits at the heart of a new video game that’s helping to preserve an endangered indigenous Nordic culture. Skábma: Snowfall is a first-of-its-kind video game based around...
Written by: YCC Team The bright Southern sun makes Georgia an appealing place to build solar farms. But the state is also home to sensitive ecosystems and species like the state reptile, the gopher tortoise. “And the habitat that...
Written by: Elizabeth Claire Alberts The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many aspects of everyday life, including the way we work. Now, more than ever, professionals are working from home due to health and safety concerns and local restrictions. The pandemic...
Written by: Kimberly White  Chrysler is moving away from gasoline-powered vehicles. The American automaker has announced plans to shift to a fully electric lineup by 2028.  While at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the company unveiled its latest concept, the Chrysler...
Written by: Douglas Broom At the COP26 climate conference last month, world leaders pledged to stop and reverse the loss of the world’s forests by 2030. Now satellite technology is taking a hand in ensuring those promises are kept and protecting...
Written by: Johnny Wood The overhead buzzing of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – aka drones – is an increasingly familiar sound in many parts of the world. Whether these helicopter-like devices are flown for fun, military purposes or commercial reasons, the...
Written by: Kimberly White Mercedes-Benz is moving away from gasoline-powered vehicles. The luxury car company announced it would shift its focus toward producing electric-only vehicles and be “ready to go all-electric by the end of the decade, where market conditions...
Courtesy of Landscape News Written by: Augusta Dwyer An international team of scientists has found an abundance of trees – more than 1.8 billion – in an area of West Africa that has received less attention for its foliage than for...
Written by: Jackie Rocheleau For epidemiologists studying air pollution, there’s only so much to learn at ground level. So they’ve been taking advantage of aerosol data from NASA satellites to link health outcomes with local air pollution. But only recently...
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EU Agrees Groundbreaking New Law to Halt Deforestation in World First

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