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Turkey will reach the moon by 2023

By Caroline Colbert | The Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced the plan for a 10-year space program that includes missions to the moon and...

Current Global Ice loss matches the worst possible scenarios expected by IPCC

By Victor Gaspar Filho and Thauan Santos | A study funded by the UK Environmental Research Council noted that the acceleration of global ice loss...

Japan is developing world’s first wooden satellite

By Leandro Laranjeiras and Caroline Colbert | Researchers from Kyoto University and Sumitomo Forestry corporation started a project of the world’s first wooden satellites. The...

Extreme weather events marked the year of 2020

By Alice Castelani and Thauan Santos | The year of 2020 was marked by climate extremes, highlighting the worsening of global warming. The hottest months...

Permanence of habits indicates continuation of pandemics

By Diego L. S. Navia and Samira Scoton | Personal protective equipment, social distancing, increase of hygiene habits and crowd limitation are responsible for the...

President Joe Biden has high ambitions for the climate agenda

By Nicole Torres and Thauan Santos | Joe Biden, the 46th president of the United States, anounced a flurry executive orders which aim is to...

Brazilian Space Agency signs cooperation agreement with the United Nations

By Ana Clara Guinelle Teixedo and Caroline Colbert | The Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (ABC/MRE), the Brazilian Space Agency (AEB/MCTI) and United Nations Development...

Food and water insecurity threatens Syria and Iraq yet again

By Gabriel Paes and Daniel Vidal Pérez | Syria and Iraq could witness a deterioration on its indicators of both food and water insecurtiy. This...

Big Data boost technological revolution in the agricultural sector

By Alice Castelani de Oliveira and Samira Scoton | Access to Big Data has revolutionized the agricultural sector. Machines, such as harvesters, record via GPS...

Seaweed farming could reduce the impacts of climate change

By Ana Carolina Dias Terra and Thauan Santos | The marine farming taking place in Pamban Island, located in India, could contribute for climate safety....

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