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In the wake of a wildfire, changes in cognition and brain function linger

The Daily Democrat | 2023-01-27, 23:40

In November 2018, the Camp Fire burned a total of 239 square miles, destroyed 18,804 structures, and killed 85 people, making it the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history. In Butte County and the towns of Paradise, Magalia,

Heavy rains in New Zealand swamp Auckland

San Gabriel Valley Tribune | 2023-01-27, 23:38

By Nick Perry | Associated Press WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Torrential rain and wild weather in Auckland on Friday caused disruptions throughout New Zealand’s largest city. Video posted online showed waist-deep water in some places, and authorities were

Green banking gains momentum to fight climate change, says GlobalData

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide | 2023-01-27, 23:23

The quest to address the most pressing issue of

I’m in the Forest with Robert Breaker

Bitchute | 2023-01-27, 23:22

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Aircraft starting "climate change" fires.

Bitchute | 2023-01-27, 23:22

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This Louisiana fishing boat captain has been arrested for alleged fraud

no EC The Advocate | 2023-01-27, 23:08

A Metairie fishing and hunting guide has been arrested on accusations of fraud after he allegedly took payments for charter trips but never showed up, authorities said Friday. Christopher Pike Jr., 38, has violated state charter guide

DDOE Offers Free Home Radon Testing Kits (District of Columbia Department of the Environment)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-27, 23:08

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Mountain lion P-81 likely killed by vehicle strike (NPS - National Park Service)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-27, 23:08

) News Release Date: January 27, 2023 Contact:Ashton Hooker We are saddened to share the news that mountain lion P-81 was likely killed by a vehicle strike Sunday, Jan. 22. California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) officials collected P-81's body on

Hannon Armstrong Announces 2022 Dividend Income Tax Treatment

Business Wire | 2023-01-27, 22:55

ANNAPOLIS, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hannon Armstrong Sustainable

"Climate Change" Proof it is Designed to Gain Control of Planet Earth by the Few

Bitchute | 2023-01-27, 22:52

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3 refineries dumping toxins into Lake Mich. among worst polluters in US

no EC Grand Haven Tribune | 2023-01-27, 22:46

Oil refineries are dumping massive amounts of toxic chemicals and heavy metals into the Great Lakes and the nation’s rivers with little, if any, oversight from government regulators, according to a new analysis that found some of the worst polluters are in the


no EC Courier Express | 2023-01-27, 22:43

Eagles and snow geese and bears, oh my! You can watch all of them this winter, anywhere you go, through the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s round-the-clock livestreams. A new 24-7 livestream from a black bear den in Pike County launched this week, bringing to

Lenticular cloud atop Mount Shasta puts on day-long show

Santa Cruz Sentinel | 2023-01-27, 22:32

https://www.sfgate.com/file/116/80/11680-Clouds_OPT.mp4 Video by Robert Renick A massive cloud shaped like a flying saucer covered the top of California’s Mount Shasta on Jan. 22, attracting the attention of many, especially shutterbugs who posted images that

Would you eat your coffee cup to help save the environment?

Edible takeaway cups and library-style mug-borrowing schemes are on the menu at a growing number of cafes as possible solutions to Australia's addiction to plastic convenience. ...

Mountain lion P-81 found dead on PCH after likely vehicle strike, National Park Service says

ABC7 | 2023-01-27, 22:31

A radio-collared mountain lion known as P-81 was found dead on Pacific Coast Highway near Las Posas Road in the western Santa Monica Mountains following a likely vehicle strike, the National Park Service

China’s Oil and Gas Use Fell in 2022 for First Time in Decades

New York Times | 2023-01-27, 22:28

Pandemic lockdowns curbed Chinese energy demand, but the International Energy Agency expects a rebound this year. ...

Florida State's Mike Norvell travels in helicopter for stops at Pine Forest and Navarre

Pensacola News Journal | 2023-01-27, 22:25

"We enjoyed having him fly in like that. It's a cool experience for our school and our program, ...

Tenerife's wild side: Forget flopping on a beach - forest trails, volcanoes and whale watching await...

The Daily Mail | 2023-01-27, 22:24

Sometimes, only a hangover will do. I wanted to wake up with a sore head and a furry tongue. Like so many of us living under leaden skies for so long, I felt sun-starved and fun-hungry. And so, on a drizzly winter morning, I boarded a BA flight to Tenerife,

Utah pitches in to help with wildlife migration

St George News | 2023-01-27, 22:22

ST. GEORGE — Two state agencies have teamed up to make safer wildlife migration a priority in Utah. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources urges citizens to exercise caution when viewing wildlife, March 24, 2020 | Photo courtesy of Utah Division of Wildlife

Midewin releases 2023 event planner, photography by veterans (US Forest Service)

Public Technologies | 2023-01-27, 22:16

) Photograph of fall colors at the trails near Boathouse Road on the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie. Photo courtesy Jessica Klinge, US Army and Brushwood Center veterans program coordinator.A falcon perched on a tree branch. Photo courtesy Greg Dubois, US

Reinke Recognizes Fennewald Irrigation with Dealer Award

The Mexico Ledger | 2023-01-27, 21:59

(DESHLER, Neb.) – Reinke Manufacturing, a global leader in irrigation systems and precision irrigation technology, has recognized Fennewald Irrigation in Martinsburg with a Reinke’s Gold Pride award for their performance in the last year.

Researchers find invasive airbreathing, frog-hunting fish along Florida’s Gulf Coast

Tampa Bay Times | 2023-01-27, 21:46

A pond in Manatee County was recently home to nearly 400 invasive fish known for their large size, their ability to survive in harsh environments and their “highly aggressive nature.” Oh, and they can also hunt on land. It’s the first time on record

Checking in with the newly-confirmed director of the Energy Department’s innovation unit

Federal News Radio | 2023-01-27, 21:44

Whatever the country’s energy future will turn out to be, it will require advances in science and technology. The Senate confirmed late last month a new director of the Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency. For more, the Federal

There is a need for proper accountability of climate change funds – Dr Segtub

Joy Online | 2023-01-27, 21:40

A lecturer of climate change at the University of Professional Studies, Dr Martin Segtub has advocated for truthful, accountable and transparent use of the funds received for climate change from the country’s development partners. The World Bank awarded Ghana

Communist Jane Fonda: Sexism, Racism, Misogyny, Homophobia all linked to Climate Change

Bitchute | 2023-01-27, 21:37

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Climate Change Reality Check

Bitchute | 2023-01-27, 21:37

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Hawaiian helmet worth $30,000 stolen from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

USA Today | 2023-01-27, 21:37

Officials are looking for a man suspected for stealing cultural artwork worth $30,000 from the park's hotel.       ...

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