Sat.Apr 20, 2024

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How cannabis gets you high and alters your perception

New Scientist

20 April is weed's unofficial holiday. In honour of the special day, we collected our answers to all your cannabis questions.

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Reports by Brazil's Federal Police Alleging Social Media Conspiracy

Environmental Progress

Relatorio PF 19/4/2024 Content Link Block Select a page and create a visual link to it.

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Reduced Snow Cover and Shifting Vegetation Are Disrupting Alpine Ecosystems, Study Finds

Inside Climate News

Climate change is disrupting the nitrogen cycle between some plants and soil microbes, bringing “false springs” during the day that leave plants more vulnerable to frigid nights. By Moriah McDonald Reduced snow cover and vegetation shifts in the Alps, driven, to some degree, by climate change, are leading some mountain ecosystems to struggle to hold onto nutrients that feed vegetation, a new study shows.

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New Minecraft ‘Heat Dragon’ Quest Has Gamers Fight Climate Villain

Scientific American

A new video game puts climate solution tools in the hands of up to 80 million Minecraft players

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The Key to Sustainable Energy Optimization: A Data-Driven Approach for Manufacturing

Speaker: Kevin Kai Wong, President of Emergent Energy Solutions

In today's industrial landscape, the pursuit of sustainable energy optimization and decarbonization has become paramount. ♻️ Manufacturing corporations across the U.S. are facing the urgent need to align with decarbonization goals while enhancing efficiency and productivity. Unfortunately, the lack of comprehensive energy data poses a significant challenge for manufacturing managers striving to meet their targets. 📊 Join us for a practical webinar hosted by Kevin Kai Wong of Emergent Ene

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Researchers at Michigan Tech Want to Create a High-Tech Wood Product Called Cross-Laminated Timber From the State’s Hardwood Trees

Inside Climate News

Cross-laminated timber created from softwood trees is greening the construction energy. Research into new resins could allow the hardwoods common in Michigan to be used in the future. By Drew Saunders The mass timber industry’s promise of low carbon emissions through state-of-the-art laminated wood products has resulted in steady adoption across a construction industry long bogged down by high emissions and habitat destruction.

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PA Oil & Gas Weekly Compliance Dashboard - April 13 to 19 - Oil & Gas Well Owners Actively, Repeatedly Ignoring DEP Notices Of Violation; 12 Abandoned Wells

PA Environment Daily

From April 13 to 19, DEP’s Oil and Gas Compliance Database shows oil and gas inspectors filed 661 inspection entries. DEP also added inspection reports from the previous week. So far this year-- as of April 12 -- DEP took these actions-- -- NOVs Issued In Last Week: 39 conventional, 23 unconventional -- Year To Date - NOVs Issued: 2,869 conventional and 302 unconventional -- Enforcements 2024: 174 conventional and 43 unconventional -- Inspections Last Week: 272 conventional and 432 unconventiona

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