Study: Developmental dyslexia essential to human adaptive success

Study: Developmental dyslexia essential to human adaptive success

Researchers say that those with developmental dyslexia have specific strengths related to exploring the unknown, which have contributed to the successful adaptation and survival of our species. They note that this “exploration bias” has an evolutionary basis and plays a critical role in our survival. Based on these findings – which have been evident across … Read more

2023: Why Nigerians need to discuss environmental protection

2023: Why Nigerians need to discuss environmental protection

by AREKPITAN IKHENAODE With the general election of 2023 looming, one thing remains constant in Nigeria’s political season; There are no discussions about environmental protection. Nigerians are looking for candidates who will end the myriad of problems plaguing the country such as unemployment and insecurity. However, environmental issues remain confined to the background, and are … Read more

Outdoors champion Carrie Ruud leaving the Senate

Outdoors champion Carrie Ruud leaving the Senate

State Republican Senator Carrie Rudd is a fisherman, fisherman, kayaker, snowshoe racer, cyclist, hiker, snowboarder, and runner. Appointed three times to lead the Senate’s Republican-controlled Committee on Environment and Natural Resources and the Legacy Funding Committee, she has advocated for outdoor causes ranging from walleye and whitetail to parks and trails. The Ministry of Natural … Read more

Community fears mount over environment amid plans to build mountain bike park in Warburton

Community fears mount over environment amid plans to build mountain bike park in Warburton

Even in the depths of winter, it’s hard not to fall in love with the old gold-mining town of Warburton. Just 80 kilometers east of Melbourne, there’s crisp, clean air, cozy cafés, fern-lined walking paths, and the Yarra gurgle. It’s already a popular weekend destination for Melbourne residents, but tourism in Warburton may soon take … Read more

New Colombian president pledges to protect rainforest

New Colombian president pledges to protect rainforest

Gustavo Petro, Colombia’s first elected left-wing president, will take office in August with ambitious proposals to halt record rates of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest. Petro promised to limit the expansion of agribusiness in the forest, and to create reserves where indigenous and other communities would be allowed to harvest rubber, acai and other non-timber … Read more

Inquirer Read-Along: Kids learn about environmental sustainability

Inquirer Read-Along: Kids learn about environmental sustainability

MANILA, Philippines – Learn about sustainable and responsible business that can protect the environment and future generations during the virtual Inquirer Read-Along session held on Saturday. The storytelling session, which featured acclaimed reader Arleen Mohlach and professional storyteller Rich Rodriguez, told stories about environmental sustainability in line with the celebration of Philippine Environment Month in … Read more

Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Software Market Quality & Quantity Analysis

Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Software Market Quality & Quantity Analysis

Global Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Software Market (pre-Covid-19) Volume Analysis and Forecasting to 2030: Global Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Software Research Report on the Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) software market is the product of a brief review and comprehensive analysis of real-world data collected from worldwide Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Software … Read more

All you need to know about environmental crimes punished in Egypt

All you need to know about environmental crimes punished in Egypt

CAIRO – 25 June 2022: With the finite nature of natural resources, they must be preserved for future generations, thus, countries all over the world, including Egypt, have put in place laws to punish environmental crimes. Egyptian law combats environmental crimes to achieve sustainability on our planet. Accordingly, Law No. 4 of 1994 and its … Read more

Boulder’s LongPath Technologies employs lasers to detect oil and gas leaks – Boulder Daily Camera

Boulder’s LongPath Technologies employs lasers to detect oil and gas leaks – Boulder Daily Camera

The laser technology developed by CU Boulder researchers and produced by LongPath Technologies has been used by 17 oil and gas companies spanning 300,000 acres in Colorado and neighboring states. LongPath Technologies Methane Discovery Watchtower in Greeley, Colorado. (Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado) The technology – frequency combed lasers – tracks oil and gas leaks … Read more