Stop burning trees for energy, say 650 scientists ahead of the Cop15 Biodiversity Summit | Policeman 15

More than 650 scientists are urging world leaders to stop burning trees for energy because they destroy valuable habitats for wildlife. in preparation for Policeman 15And it’s the UN Biodiversity Summit, they say countries urgently need to stop using forest bioenergy to generate heat and electricity because it undermines international climate and nature goals. Instead, … Read more

The threat of a common enemy may no longer unite polarized Americans, a study finds

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain During World War II, the Americans banded together. They ate less meat and planted victory gardens. They lowered the thermostats and rationed gasoline. Republican, Democrat – it didn’t matter: Faced with a common enemy, American civilians were willing to sacrifice for American interests. That was 80 years ago, when the political … Read more

Insights on fluorescence in situ hybridization probe global market up to 2027

Company logo DUBLIN, Dec. 5, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization Probe Market: Analysis by Product, by Technology, by End User, by Application, by Region Size and Trends with Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast to 2027 The report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com Show. The global in-situ fluorescence hybridization (FISH) sensor … Read more

The Wildlife Conference promotes the protection of sharks and turtles

PANAMA CITY (AP) — An international wildlife conference has moved to enact some of the most important protections for shark species targeted in the fin trade and dozens of turtles, Lizards and frogs whose numbers are decimated by the pet trade. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, known … Read more

Are We Alone in the Universe?: Work Begins in Western Australia on the World’s Most Powerful Radio Telescope | astronomy

The construction of the world’s largest radio astronomy observatory, Square Kilometer Array, has officially begun in Australia after three decades of development. A massive international government effort, the SKA has been hailed as one of the largest science projects of this century. It will enable scientists to trace back to early in the history of … Read more

Will gravitational waves solve one of the biggest mysteries in physics? (weekend feature)

“Gravitational waves will bring us wonderfully accurate maps of black holes — maps of space-time. These maps will show whether what we are dealing with are black holes as described in general relativity,” said the Nobel laureate, Caltech. Cape Thorne. Scientists at Cardiff University Gravity Exploration Institute They use the technologies behind one of the … Read more

Urban rebuilding is bringing wildlife into the heart of cities

CNN – Visions of the urban future tend to revolve around miles-tall skyscrapers, flying cars and high-tech solutions to sustainability challenges. But another vision predicts a return to the wilderness upon which cities were once built, complete with forests and wild animals long lost. This vision is beginning to materialize in major cities around the … Read more