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????Russia Arctic Oil Spill | State Emergency | Study Fountain

????Russia Arctic Oil Spill | State Emergency | Study Fountain

Russia announced emergency of state after the accident of oil leakage in Norlisk city. Watch the video till the end. And subscribe my channel and like the video. Facebook page : https://m.facebook.com/groups/240228537064144?ref=bookmarks Thank You This video was first published onSource link . We are just re-posting and re-sharing. Y Not …

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Study Flinders International Relations and Political Science

Study Flinders International Relations and Political Science

Meet Dr Rob Manwaring – Rob is a senior lecturer and expert in public policy at Flinders. ““There’s so much we don’t yet know about political science,” he says. “Democracy is changing with the upsurge of populism, the decline in trust and the rise of China. Centre-left political parties are …

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Study Flinders International Relations and Political Science

Study Flinders International Relations and Political Science

Meet Dr Rob Manwaring – Rob is a senior lecturer and expert in public policy at Flinders. ““There’s so much we don’t yet know about political science,” he says. “Democracy is changing with the upsurge of populism, the decline in trust and the rise of China. Centre-left political parties are …

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Anna Francis FTC Covid19 Sustainability Transitions Case Study Interview

Anna Francis FTC Covid19 Sustainability Transitions Case Study Interview

Here, we ask Anna Francis, Resilience Manager at Frome Town Council (Somerset, UK) about recent innovations that have taken place in the town as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and whether these might have a lasting effect on the town council’s efforts to respond to a climate emergency. Find …

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Thousands of run-down US dams would kill people if they failed, study finds

Thousands of run-down US dams would kill people if they failed, study finds

The problem will only become more serious as the climate crisis disrupts rain patterns, experts warn. “Unfortunately, some state programs don’t have the resources they need to follow through,” Ogden said. In total, there are more than 91,000 dams in the US, according to the National Inventory of Dams, a …

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Study: green recovery can revive virus-hit economies and tackle climate change

Study: green recovery can revive virus-hit economies and tackle climate change

Top United States and British economists have said in a study published today massive programs of green public investment would be the most cost-effective way both to revive virus-hit economies and strike a decisive blow against climate change. With co-authors including Nobel laureate Professor Joseph Stiglitz from Columbia University and …

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A scientific study says that ocean life could rebound in 30 years but, we have t…

A scientific study says that ocean life could rebound in 30 years but, we have t...

A scientific study says that ocean life could rebound in 30 years but, we have to act now!!♻️???? . Double Tap ❤️ if you are part of this change!! . . ????: @climatecards . . •••••••••⁠ ???? Turn Posts Notifications ON, don’t miss our content!⁠⁠ ✔ Follow us on Facebook. …

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Study: Removal of ‘Forever Chemicals’ From Drinking Water Poses Severe and Costly Challenges to Local Communities

Study: Removal of ‘Forever Chemicals’ From Drinking Water Poses Severe and Costly Challenges to Local Communities

WASHINGTON – Removal of the toxic fluorinated chemicals known as PFAS from drinking water costs local communities millions of dollars, says a new Environmental Working Group study, published today in the European water industry journal Water Solutions. The study documented the severe threat PFAS poses to drinking water safety, emphasizing …

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Indian Ocean study reveals Australia’s future climate risks

Indian Ocean study reveals Australia’s future climate risks

Researchers have found Indian Ocean surface temperatures that helped drive hot and dry conditions in eastern Australia last year were more clearly influenced by climate change than previously thought and are likely to worsen in future. Scientists studying a phenomenon known as the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) say their observations …

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