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July 11, 2020: (Sneaky Bastards/Humble Games; PC)Fire is your friend as you leap through this exhilarating game rescuing prisoners tied to stakesEvasion is fundamental to human play: hide-and-seek is one of the first games every child learns, a hangover, perhaps, from our neolithic existence, before we reached the summit of the fo...
July 11, 2020: Tropical Storm Fay made landfall 10 miles north-northeast of Atlantic City, New Jersey, just before 5 p.m. EDT on Friday, July 10. The storm had lost wind intensity from earlier in the day, its sustained winds dropping from 60 to 50-mph and moving at a forward speed of 14 mph as it made landfall, according...
July 11, 2020: Thousands may have died in the heat wave 40 years ago.
July 11, 2020: Having called for an ‘urgent need for action’ on the environment, Norman Foster’s design firm is now involved in two Saudi schemesOne of Britain’s most famous architects is under fire for agreeing to design an airport and terminal in Saudi Arabia despite signing a climate emergency manifesto that called for ...
July 11, 2020: The remnants of Tropical Storm Fay brought flooding, power outages and heavy winds to the Mid-Atlantic on Saturday.
July 10, 2020: The majority of emissions cuts from electric cars will be wiped out by new road-building.
July 10, 2020: (International Anthem)This largely improvised set by two US multi-instrumentalists is a sonic journey from minimalism to ambience with panglobal percussive effectsThere are certain live albums where you’d love to have been in the audience when they were recorded, witnessing the magic. However, part of the joy of t...
July 10, 2020: Parts of the southwestern United States are under an excessive heat warning going into this weekend. Temperatures are forecast to reach as high as 120 degrees Fahrenheit in some areas, and officials are urging people to take precautions as heat this high can turn deadly.
July 10, 2020: In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at how solar panels have evolved and examine how bears have adapted to their close proximity to people.
July 10, 2020: Most of the world's hydrogen is produced with a high associated carbon footprint. But there are alternative, low-carbon methods for producing hydrogen.
July 10, 2020: Over 70% of registered voters across party lines say corporations and industry should do more to address global warming, above citizens and the U.S. Congress - and young peoples’ expectations of businesses are especially high.
July 10, 2020: Low-paid inmates have become a vital part of state’s firefighting efforts, sparking concern over exploitationA dozen California firefighting camps that house incarcerated firefighters have been quarantined and taken out of commission after a coronavirus outbreak at a state prison, highlighting the precarious situa...
July 10, 2020: More than 350 facilities nationwide have taken advantage of a temporary Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule that lets companies forgo monitoring their water pollution during the pandemic.A total of 352 facilities, including fossil fuel...
July 10, 2020: Melanie Marcel, founder of SOScience, is pushing the scientific community to open up to all forms of knowledge and unlikely alliances.
July 10, 2020: Exclusive: reduced congestion most likely reason for lower nitrogen dioxide, scientists say Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAir pollution has remained at lower levels in UK towns and cities despite a return to near-normal traffic levels after the easing of coronavirus restrictions, acco...
July 10, 2020: Flash flooding along Delmarva coast. Fay is the earliest F storm ever named in the Atlantic.
July 10, 2020: As Covid-19 spread through the country, many cancer patients feared their treatment would stop. Now, modifications made by hospitals, and patients' choices to stay away from medical facilities because of the pandemic, could have a lasting impact on cancer rates and deaths in the future.
July 10, 2020: The death toll continued to rise Friday on the island of Kyushu in southwestern Japan as tens of thousands of workers continued rescue and recovery efforts after flooding downpours inundated the region. On Wednesday afternoon, local time, The New York Times reported that at least 58 people had been confirmed dead ac...
July 10, 2020: The weather threatening New York is a harbinger of a hurricane season that is expected to be unusually busy this year.
July 10, 2020: NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is set for a close flyby of Venus that will see the spacecraft come within 516 miles of the planet’s surface.
July 10, 2020: Last week Florida enacted a new law requiring public schools to do more to protect student athletes from heat stroke. Known as the “Zachary Martin Act”, the new law requires public schools to have a cooling tub on the sidelines at all practices and games.
July 10, 2020: The event was set to be held in Portsmouth, N.H., on Saturday. The campaign delayed it amid ongoing concerns about President Trump attracting only small crowds at his events.
July 10, 2020: Despite forming several days ago and spending several days over the open waters of the Eastern Pacific, AccuWeather forecasters say the window for Tropical Storm Cristina to emerge as the first hurricane of 2020 in the Western Hemisphere is closing. As of Friday morning, local time, the storm was located well away...
July 10, 2020: Farmers in areas dependent on melting snow for crop irrigation will face tough trade-offs between predictable crop yields and droughts caused by climate change, U.S. researchers said Friday.
July 10, 2020: Lockdowns, travel bans and factory closures drive reductionDramatic decline falls short of necessary global heating cutsThe coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest drop in heat-trapping emissions in human history, according to a new study. Lockdowns, travel bans and closed manufacturing sites have caused global ...