Items tagged with: ecology
¡Hola! Somos Semillistas, un proyecto de investigación y restauración del bosque mediterráneo basado en la imitación de procesos de regeneración natural.esperamos generar redes interesantes en Mastodon 😀
Hello! We are Semillistas, a research and restoration project of the Mediterranean forest based on the imitation of natural regeneration processes.
We hope to generate interesting networks on Mastodon 🙂
#Semillistas #Siembrabosques #SeedLab #Ecology #Reforestation #Permaculture
Late-flowering purple donkey orchid (Diuris punctata) variations near Genoa, VIC. Blotched form looks a lot like a hybrid with the blotched donkey orchid (D. meridionalis ms) which has been recorded near here in the past but not for some time.
I am very excited to introduce a new online space,
where I will be posting musings on my recently initiated research career transition from astrophysics to ecology. I would like this place to be a lively forum, especially for scientists involved in similar matters. First post is online 🎉 , boosts welcome ! 💚 🍂 🔭 #Astrodon #Ecology
You can register by following @lookingup.francois-rincon.org or using the rss feed link on the site.
💥VÍDEO DE LA ACCIÓN CONTRA MCDONALDS💥
Basta de alimentar el genocidio
Viva #Palestina libre
Just Stop Oil: 100 arrests as protests shut down Whitehall - as group hits out at cenotaph 'lies'
Just Stop Oil slow marchers shut down Whitehall on Monday, with the group saying at least 130 members were arrested
United Nations warns ‘Bitcoin has concerning impacts on climate, water, and land’
The examine examined the actions of 76 Bitcoin mining nations throughout the 2020–2021 interval. Throughout this timeframe, the worldwide Bitcoin mining community consumed 173.42 Terawatt hours of electrical energy, putting it twenty seventh on this planet if it had been thought of a rustic, forward of populous nations like Pakistan
Según la cuenta de #Instagram de McDonald's en Israel "Nuestros equipos trabajan duro para seguir donando miles de comidas a nuestros héroes"
Basta de alimentar el genocidio.
Viva Palestina libre.
Hurricane Otis’ explosive intensification is symptom of the climate crisis, scientists say
The rapid intensification Hurricane Otis underwent in the hours before it slammed into southern Mexico is a symptom of the human-caused climate crisis, scientists say – and one that is becoming more frequent. When it happens right before landfall, as it did with Otis, it can catch coastal communities by surprise with little time to prepare
Gavin Newsom Wants to Export California’s Climate Laws to the World
The Democratic governor is supercharging climate policy and eyeing a future White House run. But critics say some of his constituents could be left behind
Woman still won't pay £3k council tax over climate change
A 73-year-old woman has vowed to continue not paying her council tax as a form of climate protest against Buckinghamshire Council
The mother-of-two, who has two grandchildren, is protesting the Council’s refusal to stop banking with Barclays due to the bank investing in fossil fuels
Climate activist groups are protesting at the Energy Intelligence Forum in London, Oct. 17-19. The conference is underway at the Intercontinental Hotel in Park Lane. Extinction Rebellion (XR) and other groups are denouncing the impact of the fossil fuel industry on the climate. Protesters have blocked roads in the vicinity.
Further protests are likely throughout the duration of the conference
Fifa’s 6-country 2030 World Cup at odds with climate strategy
The football governing body previously committed to a 50% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030
Fifa’s decision to hold the 2030 World Cup in six countries with fans flying to over 100 matches will increase the tournament’s carbon footprint and is at odds with the football governing body’s climate commitments, experts have warned
Slow route to net zero will worsen global climate crisis, IPCC chief warns
Even if the 2050 goal is still met, postponing action – as the UK has done – will cause more heat and damage
Is climate change bad for democracy? Future-watchers see threats, and some opportunities
“As time goes on and on, the interval for recovery is shrinking”
“We’re in a situation where the services that governments provide — and one of the key services is protection of life and limb _ are not happening the way they should. And to my mind, this is just another pressure that’s going to happen on democracy”
Bacteria which eat plastic sounds like something we desperately need.
But what happens when it invetably escapes into the wild and starts eating the plastic we currently use?
Monster machines floating on the waves could be the future of wind energy
Unlike 99 percent of the world’s offshore wind turbines, which are fixed directly to the sea floor in relatively shallow depths, these next-generation machines can be deployed in very deep water, in the outer reaches of ocean space, where they can harvest more powerful, consistent wind
Germany’s traceless materials bags €36.6M to replace thousands of tons of conventional plastics: Here’s how
significantly contributes to the climate crisis due to its resource-intensive production from fossil fuels
To address this issue sustainably, traceless materials have developed a completely bio-based, home-compostable, and plastic-free biomaterial called traceless
Climate-related mortality and hospital admissions, England and Wales: 1988 to 2022
Relative risk of death and hospital admission associated with temperature for England and Wales from 1988 to 2022. This analysis is delivered in partnership with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Wellcome Trust
This was such a cool study, I threw out my planned schedule to write about this instead.
Ecologists worked with art historians to find out if it’s possible to study landscape changes by looking at #art from the nineteenth century.
Organisers say 20,000 people marched in the Austrian capital, while in its Dutch counterpart police used water cannons to disperse a road blockade by protestors from Extinction Rebellion.
Protesters in Vienna held up signs demanding higher taxes for CO2 emissions and an end to meat consumption.
Transitioning away from fossil fuels is of the utmost necessity, but this particular climate solution is hardly perfect
In fact, the global rush to unearth more lithium could have some serious adverse impacts on nature & people. Lithium operations can destroy ecosystems, deplete groundwater, & produce masses of waste. During battery manufacturing, fossil fuels are also burned
A preliminary investigation conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has revealed that the heavy flooding that overwhelmed the Kpatawee Waterfall in Bong County was a result of ‘illicit mining’ activities around the waterfall
Women are particularly vulnerable due to factors such as physiological differences, particularly during pregnancy, lower access to healthcare and violence
As Africa gears up to stage the first Africa Climate Summit next week, a new renewables project highlights the attempt to link development and sustainability on the continent
The surface area of the Marmolada glacier in the Dolomites dropped to 112 hectares in 2022 as the glacier continues to shrink rapidly while global temperatures rise, according to data released on Wednesday