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Where’s best to clean up ocean plastic?

Originally Published by environmentalresearchweb: all content

Chinese coast and Indonesian Archipelago could be more efficient removal sites than Great Pacific garbage patch

Greenhouse gas can escape the deep ocean in surprising way

Originally Published by Earth & Climate News — ScienceDaily

Carbon dioxide can emerge from the deep ocean in a surprising way — a new piece of the global carbon “puzzle” that researchers must solve to fully understand major issues like climate change.

National Park Service Seeks Interns for Summer 2016

George Mason University, in conjunction with the National Park Service, is offering paid summer internships for university students to promote a greater understanding of climate change in local national parks.

Air pollution: a dark cloud of filth poisons the world’s cities

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

The number of annual deaths caused by pollution around the world is now greater than malaria and HIV combined, according to a recent study, with scientists warning that fatalities could reach 6 million a year by 2050.

Belo Monte dam operations delayed by Brazil court ruling on indigenous people

Originally Published by Environment | The Guardian

World’s fourth largest hydropower plant’s license was suspended weeks before testing turbines because operators failed to compensate local communities.


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Northern Forests Emerge As the New Global Tinderbox

Originally Published by Yale Environment 360

Rapidly rising temperatures, changes in precipitation, and increased lightning strikes are leading to ever-larger wildfires in the northern forests of Alaska, Canada, and Siberia, with potentially severe ecological consequences.


Carbon emissions ‘postpone ice age’

Originally Published by BBC News – Science & Environment

The next ice age may have been delayed by more than 50,000 years because of the greenhouse gases put in the atmosphere by humans, scientists in Germany say.

Hope in the Face of Nature’s Fury


A night observation of Japan, taken in July 2015. Image Credit: NASA

The Quill Blog: Get Ready, Get Set, Get Writing!


On Nov. 2, Earthzine launched its first Writing Club in an effort to support emerging science writers and students who are passionate about communicating the complexities of the world around us. These are their stories.

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