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Planting trees near factories can cuts down air pollution by 27 percent, study
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Planting trees near factories can cuts down air pollution by 27 percent, study

The key finding from the study is to start looking at nature and learn from it and respect it.

Researchers develop special battery to remove carbon dioxide from the air
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Researchers develop special battery to remove carbon dioxide from the air

The researchers have set up a company called Vertex to commercialize the process and they want to develop a working plant.

Researchers develop new material that captures carbon, converts it into organic material
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Researchers develop new material that captures carbon, converts it into organic material

The captured gas molecules could be made into polyurethane that used in clothing, domestic appliances and packaging.

Black carbon particles, from air pollution, are being found in the placenta
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Black carbon particles, from air pollution, are being found in the placenta

Researchers used high-resolution imaging to examine the placentas of 23 full-term and five pre-term births.

MIT develops a material ten times blacker than anything currently in existence
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MIT develops a material ten times blacker than anything currently in existence

Test results showed that the material absorbed greater than 99.995 percent of incoming light, from every angle.

Trees aren't a silver bullet for climate change, should be part of larger action plan
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Trees aren't a silver bullet for climate change, should be part of larger action plan

There is an urgency to define a portfolio of Natural Climate Solutions for India that manages carbon & water.

Tibetan grasslands could be saved by return to traditional grazing, replacing old policies
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Tibetan grasslands could be saved by return to traditional grazing, replacing old policies

The Zoigê grasslands may greatly benefit from removing the fences that divide them, but entrenched interests and government policy are pushing in the other direction.

Scotland's wind farms produce twice as much energy as needed to power its homes
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Scotland's wind farms produce twice as much energy as needed to power its homes

In May, the UK set a record of going two weeks without using any carbon emission heavy resources.

Carbon budget: 14 years till we run out of the budget at current CO2 emission rate
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Carbon budget: 14 years till we run out of the budget at current CO2 emission rate

Greenhouse gases from melting permafrost and other natural sources will take 100 Gt of the budget.

Indian scientists develop 'Black gold' that can absorb light and carbon dioxide
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Indian scientists develop 'Black gold' that can absorb light and carbon dioxide

The material could be used in applications ranging from solar energy harvesting to desalinating seawater.

Canadian permafrost is thawing 70 years earlier than predicted, a sign of climate crisis
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Canadian permafrost is thawing 70 years earlier than predicted, a sign of climate crisis

Experts suggest that thawing permafrost, a tipping point for climate breakdown, is a clear sign to decarbonize our economies.

IIT Hyderabad's M2Smart Project offers low-carbon solve to manage urban transport
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IIT Hyderabad's M2Smart Project offers low-carbon solve to manage urban transport

Traffic will be monitored between Hyderabad and Ahmedabad with cameras installed at major junctions.

Grain of dead star found in Antarctica will tell us more about the solar system
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Grain of dead star found in Antarctica will tell us more about the solar system

Researchers have analysed the grain to get more information on the formation of our solar system and Earth.

Students strike for decision on climate change is encouraging: David Attenborough
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Students strike for decision on climate change is encouraging: David Attenborough

Attenborough has said that students striking for inaction over climate change is “certainly justified”.

Climate change, Arctic warming will cost the world $70 trillion: Study
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Climate change, Arctic warming will cost the world $70 trillion: Study

Climate change leading to rise in temperatures will effect the final dotted line of the world.

Donald Trump attacks Paris deal, cites 'yellow vest' protests in France as proof he was right to leave accord
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Donald Trump attacks Paris deal, cites 'yellow vest' protests in France as proof he was right to leave accord

His morning tweet came in the middle of UN climate talks in Poland, where nearly 200 nations have gathered to agree on a universal rulebook to make good on the promises they signed up to in the 2015 Paris climate deal.

Climate change could cause oceans, forest to give out more carbon than they take it
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Climate change could cause oceans, forest to give out more carbon than they take it

The forests, oceans are natural carbon sinks that can suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.

Wetlands receding 'three times faster than forests', experts call for urgent action
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Wetlands receding 'three times faster than forests', experts call for urgent action

When wetlands disappear, carbon that has been locked in the soil is released into the atmosphere.

Interplanetary dust particles in comets may hold major clues to understanding how planets were formed: Study
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Interplanetary dust particles in comets may hold major clues to understanding how planets were formed: Study

Surviving samples of pre-solar dust are most likely to be preserved in comets – small, cold bodies that formed in the outer solar nebula.

Jackky Bhagnani talks about his short film Carbon and his role as a producer on Web Talkies with Imran Ismail
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Jackky Bhagnani talks about his short film Carbon and his role as a producer on Web Talkies with Imran Ismail

Catch Jackky Bhagnani in conversation with Imran Ismail about making his foray into the web with short film Carbon, his role as a producer and much more