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Bill Gates is aiming to work more closely with Amazon.com Inc chief executive officer Jeff Bezos to combat a climate crisis that the Microsoft Corp co-founder said could dwarf the current pandemic in fatalities and global impact.
Rushdan Abdallah’s videos on YouTube have been viewed by millions and offer an up-close glimpse of car culture in Southern California: getting caught in the middle of a police chase, sampling new vehicle models and street racing with other drivers as the camera rolls (the odometer blurred).
While the abrupt halting of human activities last spring led to a record drop in global CO2 emissions, the carbon footprint of the digital world has on the contrary increased over the same period, in the face of the rise of teleworking and the mass use of streaming worldwide.
(Reuters) - Online misinformation that led to violent unrest at the Capitol last week has gone beyond false claims and has reached the point of "radicalization," researchers told a Reuters Next panel on Tuesday.
A system using satellite data to send free alerts when trees are destroyed has been linked to a significant drop in forest losses in Africa, researchers and academics said on Jan 4.
At a time when people have never been so confined to their homes, a British project offers you the chance to enfold yourself in the calm, soothing atmosphere of the world's forests just by closing one’s eyes: an initiative that takes the form of a map of hundreds of sound files from green spaces around the world.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A German court has rejected a bid by environmentalists to halt tree cutting at Tesla's proposed manufacturing site near Berlin, paving the way for the electric carmaker to proceed with plans to finalise construction of its Gigafactory.
FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - Hibernating snakes are complicating Elon Musk's plans for a gigafactory near Berlin.
After record wildfires ravaged the US West Coast, replanting trees amid the apocalyptic, ash-covered landscape is a daunting task.
In a corner of the campus at Riga Technical University in Latvia, a team of scientists is working on technology that could one day stop asteroids from smashing into Earth.