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The bizarre push to kill more of Montana’s wolves, explained

The bizarre push to kill more of Montana’s wolves, explained

This story is part of , a new Vox reporting initiative on the science, politics, and economics of the biodiversity crisis.Late this winter, Greg Gianforte, Montana’s recently elected Republican governor, trapped and shot a male wolf just outside the boundary of Yellowstone National Park at a private ranch owned by his pal Robert E. Smith, a director of the conservative Sinclair Broadcasting Group (a former campaign donor).Hunting wolves is legal in Montana, and Gianforte later told the that he’d been after one for five years. “I put a lot of time in over many, many years and not every...

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The hydrogen economy is set to explode into a $2.5 trillion industry. Bank of America lays out the winners and losers as the gas reaches a 'tipping point.'

The hydrogen economy is set to explode into a $2.5 trillion industry. Bank of America lays out the winners and losers as the gas reaches a 'tipping point.'

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, has long attracted buzz as a tool to help countries and companies decarbonize, yet most of its climate benefits have yet to materialize. Virtually all hydrogen is still made from fossil fuels. And hydrogen-fuel-cell vehicles — which don't generate tailpipe emissions — represent just a fraction of the transportation sector.But analysts at Bank of America say that's about to change."We believe we are...

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Canada's Last Intact Ice Shelf Just Collapsed, Forming a Manhattan-Sized Iceberg

Canada's Last Intact Ice Shelf Just Collapsed, Forming a Manhattan-Sized Iceberg

A massive chunk of Canada's last fully intact ice shelf, some 4,000 years old, has broken off, reducing the shelf by more than half, scientists . After separating from the shelf, the piece split in two, forming an iceberg almost the size of Manhattan.  likely fuelled the collapse of the shelf, researchers said. This summer, the region's temperature was 9 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius) warmer than the 1980 to 2010 average, Luke Copland, a glaciology professor at the University of Ottawa, ."Above normal air temperatures, offshore winds, and open water in front of the ice shelf are all...

August 11, 2020
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