When the body machinery that kills off hundreds of millions of cells a day fails, inflammation and sickness are often not far behind.
In less than 30 years Europe must transform society and industry from an energy supply largely based on hydrocarbons, which contribute to climate change, towards a clean energy system based on renewables and low-emissions energy generation.
New sails and boat designs are set to help shipowners slash fuel costs and emissions.
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2By Jonathan Smith
3By Cecilie Jensen
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From Freshwater Blog
In a major new journal article, a group of international scientists highlight the vital roles that freshwater biodiversity plays in supporting human lives: from food and materials, culture and recreation, to climate regulation and water purification. They flag the importance mainstreaming freshwater biodiversity conservation across all areas of everyday life.
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