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five New 12 months’s resolutions that may lend a hand the surroundings in 2019

At the start of January, people typically make resolutions about health, money, and relationships, with the mindset of “new year, new me.” In 2019, they need to add environmental goals to the list.  Last year was one of the hottest years on record, and rising temperatures along with climate-related changes are affecting the Arctic, wildlife,...CONTINUE READING
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The art of the wilderness: Spectacular nature photos of 2018

Earth is teeming with otherworldly creatures. But they often live in distant lands, far from our cities, roads, and homes. Photographers and scientists, traveling to rugged, windswept islands and into the dense rainforest, make this life visible — sometimes by using motion-detecting cameras. The British Ecological Society released the top images of its 2018 photography...CONTINUE READING
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Small acts in your daily life that can have a big impact on the planet

It’s pretty terrifying to realise that we are “the first generation that knows we are destroying the world, and could be the last that can do anything about it,” as the WWF puts it.  However daunting it is, when it comes to thinking about climate change as a whole, being overwhelmed and shutting down makes...CONTINUE READING
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How a team of innovators overcame the odds to create water from thin air

Today, 790 million people — 11 percent of the world’s population — live without access to clean water. Two years ago, XPrize, an international nonprofit organization, announced a global competition enticing innovators to find a sustainable and affordable way to bring potable water to those who aren’t privileged enough to have it now. Skeptics told...CONTINUE READING
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Sunday’s Fat Bear Week face off pits two fat favorites against each other

Welcome to Fat Bear Week at Mashable! Each fall, Katmai National Park holds a competition as Alaska’s brown bears finish fattening up for their long winter hibernation. This year, Mashable is getting in on the salmon-munching action. Check back with us all week as we follow the fat bear face-offs each day, and remember to...CONTINUE READING
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Large chunk of beach gets eaten up by the ocean in ‘nearshore landslip’ event

A large chunk of an Australian beach has fallen into the ocean, in another incident of its kind in recent years. On Monday morning, approximately 200 to 300 metres (218 to 328 yards) of beach at south-east Queensland’s Inskip Point eroded into the ocean, leaving a gap in the coast which reaches to the tree...CONTINUE READING
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Fueling the future: The rise of wind tech careers

Ad Content from AT&T Driving through the rural landscape of South Texas, wind turbines dot the topography like stoic guardians of the open expanses. Perhaps there is no more powerful metaphor for progress — and for the future — than these majestic structures. Beto Gonzalez, the superintendent of Webb Consolidated Independent School District, calls the...CONTINUE READING
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NASA aerosol map shows the beauty of nature’s fury amidst fires and storms

From a ground-level perspective, blazing wildfires and different varieties of storm are terrifying displays of nature‘s might. But viewed from space, through the right (computer-enhanced) eyes, they’re all things of beauty. On Friday, NASA released a visualization of Earth showing the aerosols that were swirling through our planet’s atmosphere on Aug. 23. It was a...CONTINUE READING
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How a science program teaches girls to stop doubting themselves

This post is part of Mashable‘s ongoing series The Women Fixing STEM, which highlights trailblazing women in science, tech, engineering, and math, as well as initiatives and organizations working to close the industries’ gender gaps. With patience, Emily Cruz detangled a vine with Dorito-shaped leaves from a fallen branch, unwinding it slowly and then pulling...CONTINUE READING
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