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Industrial fishing might have disrupted some of the chemical flows in the ocean as much as human-induced climate change has1. Access options Access through your institution Change institution Buy or subscribe Subscribe to Journal Get full journal access for 1 year 199,00 € only 3,90 € per issue Subscribe Tax calculation will be finalised during
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This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including an interview with David who attended “Giga Fest” at Tesla Gigafactory Berlin, Tesla updating Cybertruck details and specs, the first Tesla Megacharger station, and more. Sponsored by Electrify America: Discover all the new and innovative ways
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Dell Technologies Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Michael Dell has published a new book, “Play Nice But Win.” The autobiography examines Dell’s tactics to go private in 2013. He doesn’t mince words about his feelings for octogenarian activist investor Carl Icahn, who battled him for control of his company, calling him “a circus clown” that
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In this article BMW3-FF Chris Martin of Coldplay performs at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on October 12, 2021 in London, England. Simone Joyner | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images British rock band Coldplay has announced dates for a world tour in 2022, with the band planning to integrate a range of sustainable features
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This week’s run time is 37:56. WEEK IN REVIEW (2:30) FEATURES What’s in store for COP 26 (16:30) James Murray, editor in chief of BusinessGreen, offers a preview of developments we might expect from the highly anticipated summit starting Oct. 31 in Glasgow, Scotland. Tips for being ‘climate positive’ (27:40) Sustainable business strategist David Jaber
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After detecting probable gasoline traces in the city’s tap water, officials in Canada’s northernmost capital have declared a municipal state of emergency. Residents of Iqaluit, the Arctic territory of Nunavut’s capital, have been advised not to consume, boil, or cook with the city’s water. Public Health Warning pic.twitter.com/3hdvDvzWfl — Government of Nunavut (@GOVofNUNAVUT) October 12,
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Veterinarians from the Animal Medical Center in New York City debunk 15 of the most common myths about training and owning dogs. MORE DEBUNKED: Pathologists Debunk 13 Coronavirus Myths Pediatricians Debunk 16 Baby Myths Myth Marathon: Experts Debunk 95 Health Myths —————————————————— #Dogs #Myths #ScienceInsider Science Insider tells you all you need to know about
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Tesla has now officially launched its insurance product using “real-time driving behavior”. The product is only available in Texas for now. The automaker has already introduced its own insurance product in California, but it doesn’t utilize real-time driving data and its “safety score”. At Tesla’s shareholders meeting last week, CEO Elon Musk announced that Tesla
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Start learning a new language today with Babbel for less than $5 per month! Get up to 65% when you sign up here: https://go.babbel.com/12m65-youtube-scishowspace-oct-2021/default When you think of a frozen object in space, you might think of Pluto, but stars themselves actually freeze. Hosted By: Hank Green SciShow is on TikTok! Check us out at
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Lignite mining taking place in Germany with wind turbines in the background. delectus | iStock | Getty Images The International Energy Agency issued a sobering warning Wednesday, claiming that clean energy progress remained “far too slow to put global emissions into sustained decline towards net zero.” The Paris-based organization made its remarks in an announcement
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Courtesy of U.S. Department of the Interior. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland yesterday outlined the path forward for future offshore wind leasing to meet the Biden–Harris administration’s goal to deploy 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind energy by 2030. During a speech at the American Clean Power’s Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition in Boston, Mass.,
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After the devastating mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs, snakes quickly developed a taste for a bountiful array of creatures — helping to give rise to the nearly 4,000 modern-day snake species1. Access options Access through your institution Change institution Buy or subscribe Subscribe to Journal Get full journal access for 1 year 199,00
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QINGDAO, China — The global chip shortage could persist for another two to three years before ending, the President of Hisense, one of China’s largest TV and household goods makers, told CNBC. Industries from consumer electronics companies to automakers are dealing with a shortage of semiconductors. This has led to shortage of products such as
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As a violet-blue light washes over a newly created gel, the glow prompts ‘traveller’ molecules embedded within to begin their march — a journey that could lead to the development of new molecular-scale machines1. Access options Access through your institution Change institution Buy or subscribe Subscribe to Journal Get full journal access for 1 year
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SAN FRANCISCO – Iceye won a contract to provide data from its constellation of small synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) satellites to Copernicus, the European Union program aimed at providing continuous, global Earth observation. With the announcement, Iceye becomes the first entrepreneurial SAR company to be designated a Copernicus Contributing Mission, meaning its imagery and data will
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The world is going through historic transitions, a global shift of energy, transportation, and consumption that will impact every aspect of our lives, but is that not the norm and could we learn from De Nederlandse aardgastransiti (“the Netherlands natural gas transition“) in the 1960s? De Nederlandse aardgastransitie Humanity has not always used petroleum, natural
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Some mentoring relationships last for decades. How do they change over time? Julie Gould finds out. Your browser does not support the audio element. Download MP3 See transcript Some researchers never lose touch with group leaders or committee members who mentored them as graduate students. As Jen Heemstra, a chemistry professor at Emory University in
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The launch of a NASA cubesat mission that will test the orbit to be used by the lunar Gateway has slipped to next March, the result of broader launch delays Rocket Lab has suffered because of the pandemic. NASA’s Ames Research Center tweeted Oct. 13 that it was now targeting March 2022
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Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee
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Two years ago we were very excited about the announcement of water on Mars, but some new research challenges that idea. And one of our most successful exoplanet finding tools has discovered another one, this time pretty close to home! SciShow Finds: https://scishowfinds.com ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Dooblydoo
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This article was adapted from the Climate Tech Weekly newsletter, delivered Wednesdays. Attivo Networks. Dragos. Rangeforce. Swimlane. If you pick through the portfolio list for Energy Impact Partners (EIP), you’ll find a wide variety of climate tech startups — and at least nine ventures with one core focus: securing digital and physical networks. EIP’s latest
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