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12-02-2022
Drinking water quality will suffer from climate change
The quality of drinking water will suffer as forests disappear due to climate change, according to a new study from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ). The experts note that the detrimental effects of climate change are particularly apparent in Germany's largest drinking water reservoir, the Rappbode reservoir, which provides drinking water for roughly one million people. Between 2015 and 2020, long periods of drought severely weakened the tree population in the Harz region, where  parasites such as bark beetles had already caused a significant amount...
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12-07-2017
Earth.com exclusive: Beef, jaguars, and the border wall
How do jaguars, hamburgers and border walls relate to each...
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12-07-2017
The more severe climate models are likely the most accurate
A new study from the Carnegie Institution For Science has...
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12-07-2017
Composting leads to more eco-friendly decisions
Cities are beginning to turn to composting as another means...
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12-06-2017
Extremely cold environments may increase risk of cancer
Cancer becomes an ever increasing risk as we age, and...
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12-06-2017
Wildfires explode across Southern California
Fast-moving wildfires are raging across southern California, forcing the evacuation...
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12-06-2017
Experts advise governments on effective clean energy strategy
Experts from the UK and the United States are outlining...
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12-06-2017
Climate change could increase the frequency of severe ice storms
As climate change is projected to increase the frequency of...
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12-06-2017
Traffic air pollution impacts the health of unborn babies
Scientists are warning that air pollution in London is negatively...
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12-06-2017
California has lowest tree cover per capita in the country
California trees are not just helpful in increasing property value,...
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12-06-2017
Air pollution cancels positive benefits of exercise for seniors
Science has proven that it’s crucial for seniors to stay active...
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12-05-2017
U.S. mayors pledge to sign their own climate agreement
When President Donald Trump announced that the United States would...
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12-05-2017
Sumatran tigers struggle in fragmented forests
Already-endangered tigers in the Sumatran jungle could face steep population...
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