Sunday, October 25, 2020

UN says 3.6M people affected by floods, landslides in East Africa since June - China.org.cn

Rift Valley lakes


At least 3.6 million people were impacted by floods and landslides across large swathes of East Africa since June, the UN humanitarian agency said on Saturday.

Thursday, October 22, 2020

El Gobierno de Brasil interrumpe el combate a los incendios forestales por falta de recursos - Sputnik Mundo

Instituto Brasileño de Medio Ambiente

El Instituto Brasileño de Medio Ambiente (IBAMA), el órgano del Gobierno encargado de perseguir los delitos ambientales, informó que cesará sus actividades de combate a los incendios forestales por falta de recursos.

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Israel's EAPC pipeline company says it will bring UAE oil to Europe in new deal | Al Arabiya

Israeli pipeline company EAPC

Israeli pipeline company EAPC said on Tuesday it signed a preliminary deal to help transport oil from the United Arab Emirates to Europe via a pipeline that connects the Red Sea city of Eilat and the Mediterranean port of Ashkelon.

Monday, October 19, 2020

Nearly Two-Thirds of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients Still Have Organ Damage

Nearly Two-Thirds of Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients Still Have Organ Damage

Nearly two-thirds of coronavirus hospital patients are still suffering organ damage months after being discharged, a small study has warned.

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Asteroid the Size of Big Ben Approaching Earth, Says NASA

Asteroid the Size of Big Ben Approaching Earth, Says NASA


At the end of the 20th century NASA launched the Near-Earth Object Programme, aimed at finding and tracking the movement of celestial objects whose orbits could bring them into close proximity to our planet. The space agency so far has found an estimated 25,000 NEOs to date.

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Dead Russian satellite and discarded Chinese rocket are at ‘very high risk’ of colliding in orbit

Dead Russian satellite and discarded Chinese rocket are at ‘very high risk’ of colliding in orbit

An out-of-commission Russian satellite and a discarded Chinese rocket orbiting the Earth more than 600 miles above the surface have a ‘very high risk’ of colliding tonight.

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

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