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Heat-loving Microbes Thrive Way Down Deep

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Heat-loving Microbes Thrive Way Down Deep

Sediment from below the sea floor of the northern Atlantic Ocean reveals living and thriving microbes at deeper depths than any other population documented before.


By AAAS, USA.


Environment Policy Resource.


At AAAS Forum, Ex-CIA Chief Finds Common Ground Between Greens and Hawks

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At AAAS Forum, Ex-CIA Chief Finds Common Ground Between Greens and Hawks

Tree-hugging environmentalists and national security hawks may share more common ground than generally acknowledged, says R. James Woolsey, a national security specialist and former CIA director who spoke at the recent AAAS Forum on Science and Technology Policy.


By AAAS, USA.


Environment Policy Resource.


John P. Holdren: "Meeting the Intertwined Challenges of Energy and Environment"

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John P. Holdren: "Meeting the Intertwined Challenges of Energy and Environment"

In a sobering assessment of the world's energy future, AAAS Chairman John P. Holdren told a packed auditorium at AAAS that there are no technological silver bullets to solve the persistent conflict between rising global demand for cheap energy and the environmental harm that results


By AAAS USA.


Environment Policy Resource.


Brown Commits Additional Resources to Help Environment

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Brown Commits Additional Resources to Help Environment

The Sidney E. Frank Foundation has made a gift of $200,000 to support environmental initiatives underway at Brown University. The gift, combined with an allocation of $150,000 from the Office of the President, will be used for a proactive community outreach and awareness program that was recommended by the Energy and Environmental Advisory Committee (EEAC)..


By Brown University, USA.


Environment Policy Resource.


Partnering for Northern Futures: AAAS Arctic Division Plans High-Impact Conference

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Partnering for Northern Futures: AAAS Arctic Division Plans High-Impact Conference

With the International Polar Year focusing research and public interest on Earth’s rich and sensitive Arctic zones, more than 200 scientists and engineers from the United States, Canada, and Europe will convene in Anchorage, Alaska, later this month for the AAAS Arctic Division’s annual meeting.


By AAAS,USA.


Environment Policy Resource.


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