American electric vehicle and clean energy company, Tesla on Wednesday (local time) have been asked by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to recall some 158,000 Model S and Model X vehicles that could suffer from failing display consoles.
I spoke to 99 big thinkers about what our ‘world after coronavirus’ might look like — this is what I learned
Back in March, my colleagues at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University thought that it might be useful to begin thinking about “the day after coronavirus”.
More than half of damaged flood defences have not been fixed, the Environment Agency has admitted, as freezing rain and snow batters England.
US consumer comfort tumbles to lowest point since July as COVID-19 surge cuts further into recovery optimism
A popular measure of US consumer confidence slipped last week as the COVID-19 pandemic and the slowing pace of recovery dragged on Americans’ finances.
Climate change is hurting children’s diets, global study finds: Rising temperatures contribute to child malnutrition and reduced diet quality
The 19-nation study is the largest investigation of the relationship between our changing climate and children’s diet diversity to date.
The agreement follows the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, highlighting the ambition of the UAE and Japan to harness new commercially feasible technologies to reduce carbon emissions.
Human-induced climate change caused the northwestern Pacific warming record in August 2020: A once-in-1000-year warming event has been already altered to occur once per 15 years because of past human activities
The northwestern Pacific sea surface becomes warm seasonally around August every year.
600-year-old marine sponge holds centuries-old climate records: Temperature records show past volcanic activity, current climate warming trends
The University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science-led research team used geochemical proxies to reconstruct a 600 year-long record of Atlantic Ocean temperatures from the skeleton of a sclerosponge (Ceratoporella nicholsoni).
The first all-digital Consumer Electronics Show has come to an end, and while the event was a little more subdued than normal, there were still some gadgets on show that blew us away.
Top U.S. research agencies confirmed Thursday that 2020 rivaled 2016 for the warmest year on record.