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Timelapse: Photosynthesis Seen From Space

They will then formulate and research their own scientific questions about primary productivity on the earth and present their research in a classroom scientific poster session. (6-8) Plants, algae …

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Report reveals ocean oxygen levels drop endangering marine life

The loss of oxygen from the ocean due to climate change and nutrient pollution risks “dire effects” on sea life, fisheries and coastal communities, a global conservation body has warned.  The …

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Electric Vehicle Sales Bonanza — 20 Charts & Graphs

Thanks to a recent suggestion from a CleanTechnica reader, I’ve gone ahead and created a page that I’m putting in our sidebar and will keep updated as we get new electric vehicle (EV) sales stats, charts, and graphs. At the moment, it pulls together 20 top charts and graphs on EV sales around the world. […]

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Canada’s ‘Buttergate’ prompts dairy group to ask farmers to stop using palm oil in cow feed

Canadian bakers were baffled over why their butter has recently been harder and not softening at room temperature.

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Delaware River Basin Commission Permanently Bans Fracking

Fracking is now permanently banned in the Delaware River watershed. And the regional regulatory body that approved the ban will next propose regulations on …

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Texas Shows Us Our Water Future with Climate Change: It Ain’t Pretty

Texas was just a glimpse of what’s to come. With increasing wildfires, drought, flooding, and sea-level rise, we must make sure our water systems can continue to operate during such events.

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Mohammed bin Salman Is an Odious Murderer. We Should Help Saudi Arabia Anyway.

It is easy to frame the release of the intelligence report on the gruesome murder of Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul as an attempt by President Joe Biden to “reset” the U.S.-Saudi …

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Cruiser USS Vella Gulf returns home to repair fuel oil leak

The guided-missile cruiser USS Vella Gulf is returning home a week after deployment to repair a fuel oil leak, the U.S. Navy 2nd Fleet said on Friday.

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