Ordinary people are at the heart of new projects to turn the tide on marine damage and biodiversity loss.
Hydrogen and battery-powered barges, tugs, container ships and ferries for inland waterways will help lower emissions from shipping.
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From Freshwater Blog
The MERLIN podcast follows the EU-funded MERLIN project for a behind the scenes look at some of the continent’s most ambitious freshwater restoration projects carried out through cutting-edge aquatic science and conservation.
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When we look through space, we're looking back in time. In theory, if we looked in any one direction far enough with a very powerful telescope, we'd be able to see the Big Bang happening all around us. This mind-boggling factoid and much more with the Naked Scientists.
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