Forest Fire (14509 ha) in Mexico 28 Feb 2023

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Siccità, cosa succede nel mondo

2023-03-21T12:09+0100ilSole24ore (it)

Questa veduta aerea mostra l’All-American Canal lungo il confine tra Stati Uniti e Messico vicino a Holtville, in California. Una coltre di raccolti ricopre il pavimento dell’Imperial Valley nella California meridionale, un mosaico di verdi vivaci dato vita da il fiume Colorado in un paesaggio sbiancato dal sole del deserto.

The alert of the ozone pioneer: "Fires can slow down their cure if we continue to warm the planet"

2023-03-08T19:35+0100tellerreport (en)

The hole in the ozone layer is a major environmental problem that, thanks to effective international action inspired by scientific knowledge, is usually considered solved. And, to a large extent, it is, but not quite: this thin shield that protects life on Earth from the Sun's radiation is still....

Legislative Roundup: 15 Days Remain In 2023 Session

2023-03-03T04:36+0100ladailypost (en)

Happy birthday, Mescalero: May marks the 150th anniversary of the designation of the Mescalero Apache reservation, and some senators want to honor its people. Senate Memorial 46 honors the Mescalero Apache Tribe for being at the “forefront of the fight for tribal sovereignty at the state and....

Carbon emissions from boreal forest fires rose in 2021

2023-03-02T20:38+0100wn (en)

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday signed to use zero-interest loans to help local governments in the arid, Southwest state repair or replace public infrastructure damaged by wildfires or subsequent flooding. The law follows last year's historic Hermits Peak-Calf....

How on Earth did we start using “once in a blue moon”?

2023-02-27T19:45+0100zmescience (en)

Am image of the moon captured through a blue filter. Image credits / Flickr. We’ve all heard about it, but the meaning of the ‘once in a blue moon’ idiom is more elusive than you may think — so much so that researchers are still debating it to this day.

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