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Palm oil: EU ban won’t save Asian rainforests, but here’s what might help

Elizabeth Robinson receives funding from the UKRI Global Challenges Research Fund, GCRF, part of the UK’s official development assistance, ODA, through the Trade Hub project, led by UNEP-WCMC.

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Have Fun, Save Money: Here’s How to Change Your Oil

Before step two, be sure to examine the area for oil leaks. If any are found, consider having your vehicle inspected by a mechanic. Situate your oil receptacle—five-gallon bucket, oil drain pan …

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Here’s How a Microscopic Ocean Organism Helps Control the Earth’s Temperature

The ocean is the biggest absorber of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere … their own foods and are responsible for giving off about more than half of the oxygen that animals need to breathe back into …

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Manatee officials want Galvano to support fracking ban. Here’s how they delivered message

… to “support a statewide fracking ban and to do everything you can to prohibit fracking and the disposal of fracking wastewater here in Florida.” The letter listed support of 114 elected officials, …

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Here’s Your Chance to Run a Marathon in Antarctica – Robb Report


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Here's Your Chance to Run a Marathon in Antarctica
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Even when gussied up with private jets, cozy igloos, and cutting-edge cruise ships, a trip down south to the Seventh Continent is intense—which is something the Antarctica experts at White Desert know well. And while the luxury adventure operator

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Oil and gas well fracking creates a lot of wastewater. Here’s where things get interesting

The extraction of petroleum hydrocarbons, particularly from impermeable strata like shale, is a thirsty process. It requires millions (and sometimes tens of millions) of gallons of water to stimulate …

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Here’s How Hundreds of Baby Penguins Became Mummified in Antarctica – Smithsonian


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Here's How Hundreds of Baby Penguins Became Mummified in Antarctica
Smithsonian
In 2016, scientists made a gruesome discovery on East Antarctica's Long Peninsula. Hundreds of mummified Adélie penguin bodies—most of them chicks—lying at the sites of abandoned colonies. As Laura Geggel reports for Live Science, recent analysis of …
This mass grave of hundreds of penguins in Antarctica could be an ominous warningBusiness Insider
Chill with penguins at SeaWorld tourOrlando Sentinel

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Who needs Jiffy Lube? Here’s how to change the oil in your car

Be sure to position your drain pan under the filter’s location as the oil it contains will leak out. Install the new filter after applying a little bit of oil to the rubber ring around its edge. This …

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Greenhouse gases are warming the world—but chilling Antarctica. Here’s why – Science Magazine


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Greenhouse gases are warming the world—but chilling Antarctica. Here's why
Science Magazine
The greenhouse gases that are warming the globe actually cool Antarctica much of the year, a new study confirms. The odd trend doesn't break the laws of physics, but it does highlight what a strange place Earth's southernmost continent truly is

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Here’s What Antarctica’s Hugest Iceberg Has Been Doing Since It Broke Free – Gizmodo


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Here's What Antarctica's Hugest Iceberg Has Been Doing Since It Broke Free
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It was a year ago at this time that Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf gave birth to Iceberg A-68, one of the largest chunks of ice ever recorded. A new timelapse video made from satellite imagery shows the rift, calving, and subsequent journey of the

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