Fossil Fuel Industry Has Cost USA $240 Billion A Year Over Last Decade Via Air Pollution & Extreme Weather, Study … – CleanTechnica

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Fossil Fuel Industry Has Cost USA $ 240 Billion A Year Over Last Decade Via Air Pollution & Extreme Weather, Study …
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The fossil fuel industry has cost the US around $ 240 billion a year over the last decade through the effects of extreme weather and air pollution, according to a new study from the non-profit Universal Ecological Fund. That's $ 240 billion per year

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Plastic Nanoparticles Can Accumulate In Fish Brains & Cause Brain Damage, Study Finds

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Sep 262017
 

Nano-sized particles of plastic can accumulate in the brains of fish and cause damage and behavioral changes, according to a new study from Lund University

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High Risk That Temperatures Could Exceed Thermal Survival Limits For Many Fish Species By 2070, Study Finds

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Sep 212017
 

Anthropogenic climate warming could lead to water temperatures in some parts of the world exceeding the thermal survival limits of the fish species living there now, according to new research from the University of Washington.

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Warm Antarctica Caves Show Signs of New Species, Study Says – Daily Beast

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Sep 082017
 

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Warm Antarctica Caves Show Signs of New Species, Study Says
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Warm caves under Antarctica's glaciers may be hiding previously undiscovered plant and animal species, scientists say. A new study led by Australian National University revealed an extensive network of warm caves around Mount Erebus, an active volcano …
Antarctica's ice caves could be hiding undiscovered species of plants and animalsABC Online
Warm caves under Antarctica's glaciers may harbour secret life, say scientistsHindustan Times
Scientists are closing in on warm caves under Antarctica which could support secret lifeBusiness Insider Australia
The Mercury –9news.com.au –Xinhua
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Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space … – St. Louis Public Radio

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Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space …
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In November, a team of scientists from Washington University and NASA will head to Antarctica to launch a device that will help them study space radiation.

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Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space radiation
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In November, a team of scientists from Washington University and NASA will head to Antarctica to launch a device that will help them study space radiation. When massive stars die, they create explosions known as supernovas. Researchers theorize that

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ExxonMobil Lied About Climate Change For 40 Years — New Study

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Aug 272017
 

ExxonMobil refinery at dusk (blogforarizona.net)New study claims ExxonMobil said very different things about carbon emissions and climate change internally than what it told the public and its investors

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Energy Costs To Keep Super-Giant Oilfields Operating Rise Dramatically As Extraction Rates Drop, Study Finds

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Jul 192017
 

The energy costs of operating the world’s largest “super-giant” oil fields can rise dramatically as extraction (“production”) rates begin dropping, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change

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Treated Fracking Wastewater Contaminated Watershed With Radium and Endocrine Disrupters, Study Finds

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Jul 182017
 

A study in the Marcellus Shale region of western Pennsylvania has shown that even after being treated, wastewater from hydraulic fracturing operations left significant contamination in a waterway downstream of treatment plants. Researchers from Penn …
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Study shows avian flu may infect bats – Wisconsin State Farmer

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Jul 092017
 

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Study shows avian flu may infect bats
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UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Bats, which make up about a third of all mammalian species, play an important role in our ecosystem. They eat bugs that “bug” us, pollinate more than 500 species of plants, including banana and cacao, and distribute the seeds of …

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