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mass extinction

Sixth Mass Extinction Event Is Entirely Human-Caused

Today’s humans are seeing the start of the world’s first mass extinction in 65 million years. What does the

Glacier

The “Doomsday Glacier” Is Melting At An Unprecedented Rate…

David Holland, an atmospheric scientist at New York University, demonstrates the rate of melting of the Thwaites Glacier. The

tree

The “Indian Ghost Tree Plantation” Swallowed up Rs 59,449 Crore

Ladkhan Nayagaon is a village located along National Highway 15 in Rajasthan’s Bikaner district. On one side of the

mass extinction

The Sixth Mass Extinction Has Already Started, Scientists Say

At least five mass extinction events have decimated life on Earth over the past 450 million years — and

Battery

India’s Rs.181000 Cr. Advance Battery Storage Program Receives A Thumps Up

Ten businesses made proposals for the Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) Battery Storage Program in India, for which the Ministry

Geoengineering

Scientist – Geoengineering Should Be Made Illegal

As the effects of climate change spread across the world, many people are taking the idea of geoengineering more

Redwood Materials

Redwood Materials Will Begin Supplying Recycled Battery Components To Panasonic

Panasonic will begin utilizing copper from recycled lithium-ion batteries provided by Redwood Materials later this year to make new

Trash

Is It Possible To Burn All Our Trash In Volcanic Lava?

True, lava is hot enough to burn some trash. When Kilauea, Hawaii, erupted in 2018, the lava flows reached

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