Mississippi tornado : what are these origins and link with climate change?

NewsBy Mar 26, 2023

An exceptionally powerful tornado tore through western Mississippi on a fateful Friday night in 2023, leaving at least 25 dead and thousands of homes without power. The same storm system resulted in fatalities in Alabama as well. This long-track tornado caused significant damage to buildings and infrastructure, prompting responses from local authorities and federal agencies such as Homeland Security and…

IPCC : an expected and alarming synthesis 2023 report

NewsBy Mar 21, 2023

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published the synthesis of its sixth report on March 20, 2023. This document is the result of a colossal work carried out since 2015, leading to six reports written by hundreds of researchers from around the world. It is based on the thousands of studies already published on global warming and…

Artificial intelligence and the environment: how to use them to preserve it ?

NewsBy Mar 19, 2023

In today’s rapidly evolving technology landscape, artificial intelligence (AI) is taking center stage with its immense potential to transform various industries. Among the numerous applications of AI, one that has significant implications for our planet’s future is environmental conservation. In order to leverage AI’s full potential in this crucial area, a three-level plan must be devised and executed.

Discovery of Plastic Rocks on Remote Brazilian Island Terrifies Researchers

NewsBy Mar 17, 2023

In March 2023, Fernanda Avelar Santos and her research team at the Federal University of Parana in Brazil were left stunned by their discovery of a new type of rock created from melted plastic trash located on the volcanic Trindade Island. This island is 1,140km away from the southeastern state of Espirito Santo and is also home to an important…

What is the Willow project and the latest news ?

NewsBy Mar 14, 2023

The Joe Biden administration on Monday approved an Alaska oil project known as the ‘Willow Project’, which intends to conduct extensive oil drilling on the North Slope, and has sparked anger among environmentalists. The decision approved by Rep. Mary Peltola was hailed by the Alaska delegation, saying that the people of Alaska were heard. US Senator Lisa Murkowski also applauded…