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US Secretary of State sees advantages in Arctic thaw

                    Mike Pompeo surprised everyone in a speech at an international conference on the Arctic region, stating that it is at the “forefront of opportunity and abundance”   Contrary to the warnings made by various organizations about the catastrophic effects that climate change is producing in Continúa leyendo


The last butterfly. The Monarch in serious situation

The Eastern monarch is in trouble, and this is the time to help (no science degree is required). NASHVILLE – The chrysalis of a monarch butterfly is one of the most beautiful things in nature. Brilliant emerald green and sprinkled with gold, it is an exquisite jewel that contains an even more exquisite promise. The Continúa leyendo


Cheaper solar energy, drives the Home of the Future

At this moment in the United States, there are around 2 million homes with solar panels. Taking into account that there are around 90 million single-family homes, that does not seem like much. But consider this: we are now on track to add a million new solar systems every year. It took a while to Continúa leyendo


The Grizzly bear again declared endangered species

A judge declared Yellowstone Grizzly as a threatened species..     US Justice has again declared the grizzly bear of Yellowstone as an endangered species, after the government withdrew it from the list last year on the grounds that it had reached a self-sufficient population opening the door to its hunt. The US Government then Continúa leyendo


Marine mammals lack functional gene to defend against popular pesticide

As marine mammals evolved to make water their primary habitat, they lost the ability to make a protein that defends humans and other land-dwelling mammals from the neurotoxic effects of a popular man-made pesticide, according to new research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Credit: R. Bonde, US Geological Survey As marine mammals Continúa leyendo