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Future demand and climate change could make coffee a driver of deforestation

A report released today by Conservation International found that the future demand for coffee and the impacts of climate change have the potential to make coffee production a future driver of deforestation, which could threaten .

Playing paintball for the first time?Are you looking to prepare for your first few action paintball games? What are some of the things that you’ll need? These are all perfectly good questions and something that is well worth considering before you take to the field. Let’s get right to it!What are some of the things that you’ll need for your first paintball game?Now paintball is fun and easily one of the most exciting extreme sports out there. That said you do need to prepare a few th...

Getting Started with Action Paintball Games

Playing paintball for the first time?Are you looking to prepare for your first few action paintball games? What are some of the things that you’ll need? These are all perfectly good questions and something that is well worth considering before you take to the field. Let’s get right to it!What are some of the things that you’ll need for your first paintball game?Now paintball is fun and easily one of the most exciting extreme sports out there. That said you do need to prepare a few th...

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Study links 2015 melting Greenland ice to faster Arctic warming - UGA Today

UW-led field project watching clouds from a remote island off Antarctica

It turns out not all clouds are created equal. Though Seattle presents an ideal location for cloud-gazing, it can't reproduce the unique clouds in a part of the world thought to play a key role in the planet's climate.

New gene-detecting technology brings new, resilient superwheat closer

Scientists at the John Innes Centre (JIC) and The Sainsbury Laboratory (TSL) have pioneered a new gene-detecting technology which, if deployed correctly could lead to the creation of a new elite variety of wheat with durable .

Champs-Elysees in Paris goes car-free on Sunday

The constant thunder of cars on Paris' most famous boulevard will be silenced Sunday when the Champs-Elysees goes pedestrian-only for the day in the first instalment of a monthly effort to tackle pollution.

US absorbed carbon dioxide despite drought

The subsequent summer was dryer and hotter than any summer since the a period that became known in the history books as the 'Dust Bowl'. In drought and heat afflicted .

Long-form journalism lives—on mobile

If you thought long-form journalism would die from the shift to mobile news, think again.

AP Exclusive: Test finds Chernobyl residue in Belarus milk

4 Easy, Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Try at Home

On the edge of Belarus' Chernobyl exclusion zone, down the road from the signs warning "Stop! Radiation," a dairy farmer offers his visitors a glass of freshly drawn milk. Associated Press reporters politely decline the drink .

Huge Crab Swarm Surprises Submarine Crew | Video

Huge Crab Swarm Surprises Submarine Crew

Huge Crab Swarm Surprises Submarine Crew | Video

Researchers dive into big data to predict NBA winners - https://scienceblog.com/483920/researchers-dive-big-data-predict-nba-winners/

Researchers dive into big data to predict NBA winners

Researchers discover new steps in the escalating cat-and-mouse game of internet censorship

Researchers have found that the "Great Firewall" technology that controls internet traffic entering and leaving China is not merely an apparatus that statically blocks traffic.

Biological control of weeds via their own aromas

Plant experts in the Netherlands can still become enthusiastic about a special variety of broomrape. Farmers in southern countries, however, are less impressed because broomrape and its 'sister' striga are considered a harmful .

El Hierro, the Spanish island vying for 100% clean energy

El Hierro, the Spanish island vying for clean energy

Industry collaboration and consumer pressure are key to stopping the trade of 'conflict minerals', report finds

Responsible sourcing of raw minerals from conflict regions could be achieved if firms were to collaborate and if there was more pressure from consumers, a new University of Sussex report argues.

US could force firms to help break encryption, under new bill

Two key US lawmakers Wednesday unveiled legislation to require technology firms to help law enforcement unlock encrypted devices—prompting a fierce outcry from the industry and privacy activists.

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