Global 'Climate Clock' Suggests We're Now Only a Decade Away From Hitting 1.5 C
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Global 'Climate Clock' Suggests We're Now Only a Decade Away From Hitting 1.5 C

The global carbon dioxide emissions are expected increase to 2019 levels, which will reverse the unprecedented drop last year due to COVID-19
Amount of information in visible universe quantified
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Amount of information in visible universe quantified

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Since long time, researchers have suspected that information is connected to the physical universe. Many paradoxes and
New estimate makes groundwater, not ice sheets, largest water reservoir on land
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New estimate makes groundwater, not ice sheets, largest water reservoir on land

Hot springs are a source of deep groundwater and can be found at the surface. Credit: Amy Hamerly/Unsplash Recent research has more than doubled the
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Goldman Sachs cuts its US GDP forecast for the 2nd time in a month after last week's soft jobs report - but lays out 2 reasons why it's still optimistic

Jay L. Clendenin/Getty Images Goldman Sachs economists have cut their US GDP forecast by 2% for the second month in a row, citing the Delta variant's
Private payrolls increase by just 374,000 in August, far short of the 600,000 estimate, ADP says
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Private payrolls increase by just 374,000 in August, far short of the 600,000 estimate, ADP says

According to ADP's Wednesday report, U.S. employers created far fewer jobs in August than they expected due to the Covid resurgence and cutbacks in
Experts estimate endangered Galapagos pink iguana population at 211
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Experts estimate endangered Galapagos pink iguana population at 211

Galapagos National Park released a handout photo of a Galapagos pink Iguana at Wolf Volcano, Isabela Island, Galapagos archipelago. Local authorities
Study proposes new ways to estimate climate change impacts on agriculture
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Study proposes new ways to estimate climate change impacts on agriculture

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Scientists agree that climate change is having a significant impact on U.S. agriculture production. It is
A 30% reduction in Wisconsin's wolf population
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A 30% reduction in Wisconsin's wolf population

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain According to new research, about 100 additional wolves died in Wisconsin during the winter due to the delisting
Hunting and hidden deaths led to 30% reduction in WI wolf population
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Hunting and hidden deaths led to 30% reduction in WI wolf population

According to new research, about 100 additional wolves died in Wisconsin during the winter due to the delisting grey wolves under Endangered Species
When was cosmic dawn? Some of the most distant galaxies known hold a clue
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When was cosmic dawn? Some of the most distant galaxies known hold a clue

The Universe's early days are illuminated by light. This helps us to pinpoint when the stars turned on after the Big Bang. It is easy to determine