New research shows that the increasing plastic waste in Oceans is a real threat for the health of the animals and plants like corals.
The risk of infection and disease outbreaks by as much 89 percent.
Are we surely responsible for the climate change? Why is the increase of carbon dioxide really the main problem?
Hard evidence, including studies that use radioactivity to distinguish industrial emissions from natural emissions, shows that the extra gas is coming from human activity.
If the global warming continues, heat waves will make parts of South Asia in a hell by the end of this century.
A combination of extreme heat and high humidity will take dangerous forms for residents in dense populations in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
This news has been reported by the American magazine Forbes. But, according to Nocera:
this bacteria does not solve the CO2 problems.
Gravitational waves detected: Einstein would be thrilled! David Reitze and his team did it!
On September 14, 2015, scientists from the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration observed the collision and fusion of the two black holes by directly measuring the gravitational waves emitted during the collision using the LIGO detectors. Read More
Scientists published a report explaining the need to create a market for electricity services to draw new technologies such as micro CHP into wider use and accelerate the cost reduction needed for general consumer uptake. Read More
Glaciers in parts of the Antarctic that was thought to remain stable since 2009, have been melting dangerously fast. A group of researchers wrote this in the journal Science, published yesterday.
According to the scientists, the water level is increasing to dangerous levels for the coasts from New York to Shanghai.
Water is world wide a fundamental resource challenge.
Also for California – with its very fast growing cities as Los Angeles and San Francisco. Water planning and management is a critical underpinning of California’s economy and environment.
This roadmap ensures an integrated and sustainable water resource approach.
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed a prototype machine that utilizes the sun’s energy to convert water and carbon dioxide into the molecular building blocks that can be utilized as transportation fuels. If researchers can make this device produce twice the energy generated by the natural process of photosynthesis, it will do great service to environment. It will pave the way to recycle CO2.