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This week, we have a guest post by Issa Ludunge Jospin, Researcher Assistant at the Geothermal Research Center/DR Congo, who writes about an African youth engagement program that helps fight climate change.
We also have stories about how we can use AI to protect coral reefs, the reintroduction of cheetahs to India, an oil well converted to an energy storage system, The Roots’ influence on the environment, and why we should leave the leaves in our gardens.
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Guest Post by: Issa Ludunge Jospin, Researcher Assistant at the Geothermal Research Center/DR Congo
The global climate situation is today a problem that concerns humanity as a whole, it is a topical subject where every thinker, scientist and activist tries to contribute in one way or another in order to find lasting solutions to this worrying problem. Read More
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With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, a new ray of hope shines on the future of coral reef protection and restoration efforts. Read More
In the world’s first intercontinental relocation of cheetahs, South Africa will ship about 100 cats to India over the next decade. The cats will end up in central India’s Kuno National Park, a wildlife sanctuary known for its abundant prey and grasslands. Read More
An abandoned gas well in Illinois has been converted into a geothermal energy storage system, repurposing a once-polluting extraction site into a huge underground battery. Read More
Many artists dream of having influence, money, and legacy; however, few have solidified their position in the cultural consciousness as much as The Roots. Read More
Spring is a good time to start gardening but not the best time to trim your trees and clean up leaves. One of the reasons to avoid these activities at this time is to protect wildlife. Read More
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