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Ireland Declares Climate Emergency The Republic of Ireland is the second

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Drugs Found in Rural Rivers Researchers at King’s College London and the University of Suffolk have found a diverse array of cocaine, pharmaceuticals and pesticides

Wastewater Turned into Hydrogen Fuel Producing pure hydrogen is expensive and energy intensive, but a research team at the Andlinger Center for Energy and the

Produce to Avoid The 2019 Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce (Tinyurl.com/DirtyDozen-Clean15List) highlights increased pesticide use on up to 70 percent

Hemp to the Rescue at Detox Sites Cannabis is enjoying a renaissance of sorts, and one new application for hemp, the no-buzz industrial variety used

Algae Loss Colors Ocean The world’s oceans may be getting bluer, thanks to climate change. The effect is more likely to be detected by satellites

Greenhouse Gases Hit Landmark Media Shrugs: Sign the Petition Certainty that we are facing a climate crisis today and not just in the future was reached

Search Engine Plants Trees Internet users can help fight global deforestation even while surfing. German online search engine Ecosia, now used in 183 countries, diverts

Ensure Clean Air Aloft Flying safety is more than making it to our destination; it’s about the air we have to breathe while in the

Printer Produces Plant-Based Substitute Researcher Giuseppe Scionti, owner of Nova Meat, in Barcelona, Spain, has developed a synthetic meat substitute using vegetable proteins that imitate

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