Reports of a lioness near Berlin prompt an extended search

The Berlin bear received prize money as the official symbol of Germany’s capital on Thursday. Authorities said a “free-roaming lioness” in the area led to an extensive search with more than 100 police officers, veterinarians and hunters as well as drones and helicopters involved in the attempt to catch the animal. “People are encouraged to … Read more

The study finds that Biden’s “Justice40” program will not fix the racial gap in air quality

New analysis He found that the White House’s signature environmental justice program may not reduce racial disparities in who breathes the most polluted air, in part because of efforts to ensure it can withstand legal challenges. The program, called Justice40, aims to address inequality by directing 40 percent of benefits from certain federal environmental investments … Read more

What to know about the Stanford president’s resignation

Renowned neuroscientist Marc Tessier Lavigne announced Wednesday that he is stepping down as president of Stanford University, after an external review of his scientific work found error in several high-profile journal articles published within his remit. The review committee has drafted a response to allegations that Dr. Tessier-Lavigne engaged in scientific misconduct. Five well-known biologists … Read more

Heat records keep falling: July was a scorching month

With cities around the world experiencing record temperatures, the average temperature for the entire world in July was at an all-time high, too. Global air temperatures reached a new high on July 3, surpassing a record set in 2016 and tying in 2022, according to multiple recent analyses, including from the University of Maine and … Read more

The president of Stanford University resigns after a report revealed flaws in his research

After months of intense scrutiny of his scholarly work, Marc Tessier-Lavigne announced Wednesday that he will resign as president of Stanford University after an independent review of his research found significant flaws in studies he had overseen for decades. The review, conducted by an outside panel of scientists, refuted the most serious claim regarding Dr. … Read more

How do the world’s two biggest polluters, the United States and China, stack up?

John Kerry, President Biden’s envoy on climate change, concluded high-level talks with Chinese officials on Wednesday aimed at finding ways to work together on climate change despite escalating tensions between the two world powers. The United States and China are the world’s largest emitters of greenhouse gases as well as the green technology centers of … Read more

Avistamiento de aves con The New York Times: Share

Nostra composed of a specific vision of the city by trabajo de la gente común y corriente. Después de todo, cualquiera puede salir a la calle y prestar atención a un mundo indómito que revolotea por encima de nosotros. Este verano, invitation to los lectores, and participant in the proyecto científico en el que estamos … Read more

Avistamiento de aves con The New York Times: Share

Nostra composed of a specific vision of the city by trabajo de la gente común y corriente. Después de todo, cualquiera puede salir a la calle y prestar atención a un mundo indómito que revolotea por encima de nosotros. Este verano, invitation to los lectores, and participant in the proyecto científico en el que estamos … Read more

Fossils where do they belong? Maybe we didn’t look hard enough.

In 1996, paleontologists made an amazing discovery in northwest Madagascar. They appeared among dinosaur bones and sand sediments A small jaw piece, 167 million years old with three teeth. It belonged to the Ambondro mahabo, a species more than 25 million years old than any mammal of its kind ever found. And he wasn’t supposed … Read more