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New study confirms extensive gas leaks in the North Sea

During expeditions to oil and gas reservoirs in the central North … The results clearly show that thousands of tons of methane are leaking from old drill holes on the North Sea floor every …

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Global Fracking Water Treatment Market Study 2020-2025 Featuring Agua Dulce Technologies, Aquatech International, DuPont, Ecologix Environmental Systems, and Filtra Systems …

The wastewater from fracking tasks require treatment for its further usage. In addition, the expanded significance of water and dry season conditions is producing a need to create equipment to reuse …

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Study: Driving Tesla Model 3 Is Whole Lot Cheaper Than Driving Petrol Vehicles In 23 African Countries

Image: A Tesla Model 3 on show at a Shopping Centre in the United Kingdom. Picture by Keith KuhudzaiThe transition to electromobility is well underway. In fact, it is happening much faster than most people think. EV market share figures are starting to look quite nice in many markets in the developed world

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MIT Study Explains Why Climate Change Will Make Some Mediterranean Countries Drier

MIT Mediterranean climate studyResearchers at MIT say northwest Africa and the Middle East are expected to get drier as global warming progresses, leading to critical shortages of fresh water for crops and the people living in those areas.

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Study reveals ancient ocean oxygen levels associated with changing atmospheric carbon dioxide

Why do carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere wax and wane in conjunction with the warm and cold periods of Earth’s past? Scientists have been trying to answer this question for many years, and …

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‘A bad time to be alive’: Study links ocean deoxygenation to ancient die-off

Beyond deepening understandings of ancient mass extinction events, the findings have relevance for today: Global climate change is contributing to declining oxygen levels in the open ocean and coastal …

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World’s oceans are capturing twice as much carbon as previously thought thanks to microscopic carbon-loving plankton that float down to the ocean depths, study claims

This phytoplankton, which consumes carbon dioxide and releases oxygen just like plants, is present in the ocean’s sun-lit surface area – known as the ‘euphotic zone’. Phytoplankton then enters the …

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Study: Extreme Weather Likely to Put Pressure on Power Systems – VOA Learning English

Study: Extreme Weather Likely to Put Pressure on Power Systems  VOA Learning English

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Climate Change May Affect Deep Ocean Oxygen Levels More Than Previously Estimated: Study

Researchers suggest: 10 times more oxygen is sent to deep-sea environment via the sea Climate change is affecting the deep ocean environment much more than earlier thought to be. Much more oxygen is …

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Study: Aerosols have an outsized impact on extreme weather – Phys.org

Study: Aerosols have an outsized impact on extreme weather  Phys.org

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