On the Eve of Earth Day, A Live Discussion About the Consequential Decade Ahead

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Canada’s new science budget gets lukewarm reception from researchers | Science

Canadian researchers have mixed feelings about the 2021 budget presented to Canada’s Parliament this week. LSOphoto/iStock By Brian OwensApr. 21,

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Daniel Zarrilli Joins Columbia as Special Advisor on Climate and Sustainability Issues

Zarrilli served on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s advisory committee for the sustained National Climate Assessment and FEMA’s National

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Does Climate Urgency Lead to Climate Action?

Does Climate Urgency Lead to Climate Action? by Andrew Wilson and Ben Orlove |April 21, 2021 In the past few

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How You Can Help Restore Nature on Earth Day

How You Can Help Restore Nature on Earth Day Ecorestoration by Instituto Terra turned barren land into a lush rainforest.

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Decades After the Oil Spill That Inspired Earth Day, Are We Prepared for the Next One?

Decades After the Oil Spill That Inspired Earth Day, Are We Prepared for the Next One? by Lindsay Key |April

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Pesky Turtle Messes With Some Lions And Totally Gets Away With It, Too

A pair of lions that were trying to get a drink found themselves face-to-face with an unexpected interloper as a

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Explosive gas from a gun can mask crime scene blood spatter patterns

By Leah Crane Experiments show how blood droplets interact with a gas vortex from a gun that has just been

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Sputnik V: Russia’s vaccine is going global – how well does it work?

By Graham Lawton A Palestinian health worker prepares a dose of the Sputnik V covid-19 vaccine at a clinic in

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Tyrannosaurs may have hunted together in packs like wolves

By Cameron Duke A Teratophoneus dinosaur defends its prey from another Stocktrek Images, Inc. / Alamy Seventy-four million years ago,

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