Newly designated ocean shows science at work | Editorials

As much as political leaders and experts like to cite scientific consensus as an indisputable fact, the consensus can change. New classification schemes may emerge. New information can undermine even the most firmly held beliefs, because the scientific method is impartial against politics or favoritism. This flexibility and willingness to …

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New study from researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Boulder reveals increase in surface ozone in Antarctica

A new study co-authored by researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Boulder found that ozone pollution in Antarctica has increased over the past three decades, raising concerns that it may have a “profound impact” on the region’s climate. Three scientists from the Cooperative Research Institute of Environmental …

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Apollo Impact will acquire approx. 67% stake in the RDM Group,

Transaction followed by a public delisting offer for the RDM group RDM, leader in the circular economy, represents Apollo’s first investment from its Impact platform NEW YORK, July 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Apollo Global Management, Inc. (NYSE: APO) (together with its consolidated subsidiaries, “Apollo” or the “Company”) announced today …

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Can you eat Maine bluefin tuna with a clear conscience?

There are no quick fixes to managing the complex Atlantic bluefin tuna fishery. These slow-growing but lightning-fast fish are highly migratory, which can distort regional stock assessments. Changing ocean water temperatures in the wake of climate change mean that where these predators can find enough food to support their 500-pound …

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