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The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) has announced the winners of its 2020 Science Photographer of the Year competition, which exists to celebrate the stories behind scientific exploration and application. TPS says this year’s selections throw light on the climate emergency. The RPS says that the competition is designed to highlight images that show science’s impact on the everyday li
For many people, the beauty of spring is countered by the sneezing, runny nose and itchy eyes of allergies that come with the warmer weather. For those people, science has some bad news – climate change seems to be making pollen season longer and more severe.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Allergies, Pollen, Plants, Climate, Climate Crisis, University of Utah
The great white shark may be one of the ocean's top predators, but it's still affected by climate change, just like any other animal. That's what's indicated by a new study, which shows that young great whites in California are moving to the north.Continue ReadingCategory: Environment, ScienceTags: Sharks, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Climate Crisis
Cities could help stop climate change by imitating natural processes that remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, according to architect Michael Pawlyn. Read more
ACAN is campaigning to introduce embodied carbon regulation in the UK to reduce the emissions generated over a building's entire lifespan. Read more
French digital artist Fabien Barrau uses his own drone photography to make photo montages of how ruined architecture might appear after a climate change apocalypse. Read more
The entire population of the earth could live in a giant sustainable city occupying a fraction of the earth's surface, freeing the rest of the world for rewilding and the return of stolen lands, according to a new movie by architect Liam Young. Read more
during the expedition, the two danish architects collected data about the structure and the psychological wellbeing of its inhabitants. The post SAGA tests ‘lunark’ moon habitat in northern greenland’s extreme climate conditions appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Climate change action network Architects Declare has expressed its regret that founding signatory Foster + Partners has withdrawn from the group due to a disagreement over the future of aviation. Read more
Plastic can help create more energy-efficient products that reduce the need for fossil fuels, according to Håkan Nordin, head of sustainability at flooring company Bolon. Read more


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