Science

How to Watch the Blood Red Moon on April 15th

by Natalia Lima

You might want to look up on April 15th because the moon will be something to see.

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New UN Climate Change Report Calls for Urgent Action

by Natalia Lima

The United National scientific panel has released a report explaining the eminent risks of climate change and it’s not pretty.

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7 Million Humans Died in 2012 Because of Air Pollution

by Natalia Lima

The World Health Organization announced that in 2012, over seven million people died because of air pollution, making it the eighth leading cause of death.

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United Nations Blames Humans for 2013’s Extreme Weather

by Joan Reddy

The newest “Status of the Climate Report” from the United Nations states that global warming is predominately caused by human activity. The climate report for 2013 was based on data

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‘Bycatch’ Is Likely On Your Dinner Plate

by Joan Reddy

According to a report by Oceana, consumers may be getting more than they asked for when buying fish at the supermarket or dining at their local restaurant.

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Moss From 1,500 Years Ago Comes Back To Life

by Maria Mooney

Scientists discover moss on an island off of Antarctica that came back to life after 1,500 years.

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Childhood Obesity Rates Are Dropping In America

by Maria Mooney

New Information from the CDC indicates childhood obesity rates are dropping while obesity rates in the general population remain the same.

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