Infertility problems can be found in people who are suffering from obesity, who eat junk food and are exposed to radiation.

Exposure to air pollution can cause infertility

Hyderabad: After heart and respiratory diseases, inflammation and even strokes, pollution is found to be a reason for reduced conception rates and increased pregnancy losses. Emissions of hydrocarbons, soot and chemicals released from vehicles and industries contribute to pollution along with dust from construction work sites. Continued exposure to pollutants can take a toll on […]

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Dokie wind farm in northeastern B.C.

Letters to The Province, May 28, 2018: B.C. blessed with resources to drive low-carbon economy

Dokie wind farm in northeastern B.C. The confusing morass over the Trans Mountain pipeline and the polarization of public opinion over it and other energy-related projects conveys the message that B.C. is not a safe place for large-scale investment. What is needed are clear signals that we want foreign investment — particularly to help in […]

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Quantum Medical Transport, Inc. (OTC: DRWN) Letter to Shareholders - Press Release

Nobel photocatalyst composed of abundant elements overturns conventional views — ScienceDaily

Scientists in Japan have shown that an oxyfluoride is capable of visible light-driven photocatalysis[1]. The finding opens new doors for designing materials for artificial photosynthesis and solar energy research. Over the last decade, research has intensified to develop efficient, manmade photocatalysts that work under visible light — an important target for renewable energy systems. Now, […]

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A New Tailwind for Clean Energy, 15 Miles Offshore

A New Tailwind for Clean Energy, 15 Miles Offshore

Massachusetts has a deep and bipartisan commitment to clean energy. State leaders and the public at large recognize that clean energy is not only an environmental imperative but a key economic strategy for a small state that relies mostly on brainpower and technology for prosperity. Republican and Democratic governors and the Massachusetts legislature have implemented […]

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Harbour bid 'not clean', says Santos boss

Harbour bid ‘not clean’, says Santos boss

“It was unintentional to cause Harbour’s disappointment, we’ve still got a lot of respect for [Harbour Energy’s executives] Linda Cook and Blair Thomas,” Mr Gallagher said, “but Santos is moving on.” “From my perspective, nothing has changed. We’re in the same place now for the business as we were last week.” He said Ms Cook’s […]

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Electric Cars Could Serve Provide Mobile Power Storage, Save Billions

Electric Cars Could Serve Provide Mobile Power Storage, Save Billions

Despite recent revelations that car dealerships talk down on electric vehicles, clean cars still have plenty of pull for prospective buyers, not least of which is the sense of environmental responsibility that goes along with abandoning fossil fuels. A new study out of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California shows how EVs may also […]

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Dung Beetles and the effect of the Milky Way on birds and insects

Dung Beetles and the effect of the Milky Way on birds and insects

Dr Claudia Tocco of Wits University was involved with the experiment on the roof of the biology building at Wits that attempted to work out the effect light pollution has on dung beetles. Photo by Marcus Byrne For years scientists have marvelled at how dung beetles can use the moon, the sun and even the […]

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