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Countries from the Hindu Kush Himalayas seek to present a unified voice at COP26 with their #HKH2Glasgow
The Environmental Science and Policy program gave Norton the tools she needed to become a protector of, and advocate for, California’s
Two Contrasting Landslides
I came across these two articles on The Landslide Blog.
THE FIRST is probably the slowest landslide measured - 2mm per year. It is big - a block of limestone 900m by 400m sliding over a layer of clays and marls. It [...]
Valeria Anaya es una ilustradora de Santiago de Querétaro (México) que actualmente se encuentra estudiando la Maestría de Diseño Industrial del Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. En el proyecto de la asignatura de [...]
These tropical plumes are very important for our weather, but they are chaotic. This pattern is new to me. The plumes are dragging down very cold air from Siberia and the Arctic. At the same time, the low pressure (warm, rising air) is [...]
An alumna of the MPA-ESP program, Mahak elaborates on her time at Columbia, discusses her career path in sustainability, and provides advice to current
The Tuolumne River on the east side of the Great ValleyI admit this statement is a hard sell, especially among those who live here, but hear me out: the Great Valley prairie is the most extraordinary landscape and ecosystem in California. The Great [...]
This morning, if you do a regular upgrade, then your kde won't work. You have to go into recovery mode and do a 'full-upgrade'. Then you get the 25th anniversary kde.
The intern will be using a Bayesian framework and Flee agent based model to simulate human migration due to conflict and food insecurity in East
This is a Canadian company, neat. For the mobile ion in a battery, lithium is the best. The old lead-acid batteries used hydrogen, and there might be a use for chlorine. But, if we are going into a lithium economy, due to the 'overwhelming [...]