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April 18, 2018 Warming climate could speed forest regrowth in eastern U.S.Source: Phys.org
Climate change could speed the natural regrowth of forests on undeveloped or abandoned land in the eastern U.S., according to a new study.
More than 95% of the world's population is breathing unhealthy air and the poorest nations are the hardest hit, a new report has found.
Source: USA Today
A public employee pension crisis for state governments has deepened to a record level even after nearly nine years of economic recovery for the nation, according to a study released Thursday, leaving many states vulnerable if the...
The investment banks’ report, titled “The Genome Revolution,” asks clients the touchy question: “Is curing patients a sustainable business model?” The answer is “no,” according to follow-up information provided
Source: The Hill
More Americans see opioid addiction as a significant issue in their communities than did two years ago, according to a new poll
April 11, 2018 Antarctica's Snowfall Has Increased, But That Doesn't Change Anything About Global WarmingSource: Weather Channel
Antarctica has gotten snowier over the last 200 years, a new study has revealed, but doesn't have the effect on the changing climate and global sea level rise you might think.
Source: PR Web
he responses were telling, with almost 70 percent of moms surveyed within the PTPA Network (69 percent) saying they purchase toys in brick and mortar stores rather than online, and the same number of moms indicating that it is...
March 22, 2018 World Water Day 2018: UNESCO report confirms trouble for India; major water crisis predicted by 2050Source: First Post
UNESCO's report ahead of World Water Day on 22 March should serve as a wake-up call for every Indian. It highlights how India is staring at a deepening water crisis with few steps being taken to ameliorate this bleak situation....
Conflict and civilisational threats likely unless action is taken to reduce the stress on rivers, lakes, aquifers, wetlands and reservoirs
Source: The Guardian
The sort of severe winter weather that has rattled parts of the US and UK is becoming more common as the Arctic warms, with scientists finding a strong link between high temperatures near the pole and unusually heavy snowfall and...
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