Researchers from the University of California found evidence demonstrating a huge loss of ice in East Antarctica during a warm interglacial period, recorded 400,000 years ago. The results were published in the journal Nature.
If you are connected in science and technology and follow all the space missions that are carried out both by NASA and by private initiative, you may have already asked a classic question: after all, what is the use of sending equipment and people to space?
"Costa Rica will soon be free of plastic and carbon emissions", several articles state very exaggeratedly, even if the Central American country has indeed put in place measures to fight against single-use plastics as well as to reduce its emissions of carbon.
As life is slowly resuming its course after months of confinement, the United States is still entangled in the Covid-19 epidemic. The number of detected cases has exceeded four million and several states continue to set daily records.
Groundbreaking study reveals hundreds of Chinese vessels are fishing in the waters of North Korea, one of the world's most contested ocean regions, thereby violating UN sanctions and fueling overfishing.
Beer and soft drinks could soon be enjoyed in "all-vegetable" bottles thanks to new processes aimed at turning "sustainable crops" into the plastic. This new "green" plastic is currently being developed in the Netherlands in partnership with major beverage producers.