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27 Injured, 300,000 Without Power as Leslie Becomes Strongest Storm to Hit Iberian Peninsula Since 1842
Leslie became the rare named Atlantic tropical system to hit Europe late Saturday when it rammed into Portugal as a post-tropical cyclone, injuring 27 and leaving more than 300,000 without power, The Associated Press reported Sunday. Leslie had been

The Flat Earth movement: People who ignore science
Flat-Earthers will tell you that not only is the Earth shaped like a Frisbee, but also that Man has never gone to the Moon, that footage of floating astronauts is faked, and the sun is tiny, hovering above our disk-shaped planet. It's a sign of a la

Anal. Methods, 2018, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C8AY01696H, PaperLucas Faria, Thalles Lisboa, Gustavo Senra de Carvalho, Rafael Arromba De Sousa, Maria Auxiliadora Costa Matos, Renato MatosAn alternative microwave-assisted sample preparation pr

Summary This past week, the European Parliament held a plenary session in Strasbourg. On Wednesday October 3, Members of the European Parliament (“MEPs”) approved the report prepared by the parliamentary Committee on Environment, Public

Scientists urge greater protection of Brazil’s secondary forests
With around half the world’s forest cover cleared or otherwise degraded at some point in the recent past, the new forests that pop up to replace them – called secondary forests – are often seen by conservationists as the next best thing. But just ho

Purus-Madeira: journey to the Amazon’s newest deforestation frontier
When we arrived in Realidade, in Amazonas state in the Madeira basin, we were received with immediate suspicion. Our first stop was at the sawmill of Adilson Balbinotti, an agitated man in his 50’s. As we parked our pickup truck, he ducked his head

Alissa Ackerman, Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of criminal justice (Photo courtesy of Cal State Fullerton) Adam Golub, Cal State Fullerton associate professor of American studies (Photo courtesy of Cal State Fullerton) Lisa D. Long, Cal St
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CleanTechnicaRenault Will Transition French Island To Renewable EnergyCleanTechnicaTesla is not the only company that is bringing the wonders of renewable energy to the islands of the world. Last February, Renault helped electrify the Portuguese isl

CCD Editor’s Note: We’ve covered this topic numerous times but it’s worth reminding again: Atmospheric pressure drives temperatures, not trace gases. In an interview at the Porto Climate Conference earlier this month, Dr. Karl Zell

It’s Friday! Here’s a lovely sight, contributed by reader Fred Atwood: [youtube_agu id=Au-jIGfbs8g] Those are quartz veins in one of my favorite local rock units, the Mather Gorge Formation. Fred reports, This is at Madeira School in Gre

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Japan To Add 17 Gigawatts Of New Solar By End Of 2020

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