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“You should make long-term investments,” says the climatologist

With last summer being one of the hottest on record and with hurricanes and floods increasing around the world, climatologist Allen Burke thinks the solution is to adapt to these climate changes and invest for the long term. Also read: Almost $500,000 for endangered wildlife Also read: Dangerous climate for workers “Scientists are surprised that …

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Exide’s lithium-ion cell plant in Karnataka will be ready in 27-30 months.

Leading lead-acid battery company Exide Industries on Thursday said that the first phase of the 6 GW lithium-ion battery plant in Karnataka will be ready in 27-30 months and an investment of Rs 3,800-4,000 crore is planned for the implementation of the project. . The project, which covers 80 hectares, will be expanded to become …

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Body donation for science: Despite the scandal, they have not lost faith in science

Owners of the project of the National Association of Organ Donation, whose charter was established in the prefecture, they were among the speakers invited by the French Medical College of Professors of Anatomy on September 22 in Limoges. “We’d rather not know” Jean-Jacques Guinchar is the son and nephew of the donors. Between 2006 and …

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This jellyfish holds the secret of immortality

This jellyfish can optionally press a “repeat” button and thereby reverse the aging process as soon as it senses the threat of predation, injury or even starvation. Thus, it passes indifferently from the larval stage to the polyp stage. These incredible regenerative abilities make him “immortal”. Scientists have discovered how Turritopsis dohrnii can escape death. …

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Patitifa: Bora-Bora, the laboratory of the future

Patitifa invites you to the island of Bora Bora, a model of sustainable development. Explore a true open-air laboratory at the forefront of every tropical coastal environment in the world. The new documentary airs this Wednesday, September 21 at 9.10pm. Globally, serious threats threaten marine ecosystems. Global warming, ocean acidification, plastic pollution… are causing coral …

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Culture, climate, photo festival… 5 events not to be missed in October 2022

What to do in October in the four corners of France? Many events are planned around environmental and cultural themes. Whether it’s in Paris or Marseille, Ile-de-France or elsewhere, here are the key dates for the month of October 2022 to mark in your diary now. A literary cafe, a boat – a plastic odyssey …

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Delta University of Science and Technology integrates Coursera courses into its curriculum

(Agence Ecofin) – The needs of the labor market are constantly changing. Graduates hoping to enter this market should have the necessary skills from Delta University Because science and technology want to transfer to their students. Delta University of Science and Technology in Egypt and global online learning platform Coursera have announced a partnership to …

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“Nature is constantly changing and you have to realize it”

Is our planet headed for a catastrophe that threatens humanity? Several trends show that the situation is not as bleak as some have claimed. In his essay Repenser la conservation de l’environnement, published this spring, André Desrochers, professor of ecology, conservation and modeling at Université Laval, tries to show the more political than scientific nature …

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