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Meet the urban coyotes living in your cities

By Micah Moen 0 Comment April 7, 2020

– You know honestly, I got an idea. You can see the sun is on the grass behind the cypress trees. – Yeah. – Likely, very likely she’s just setting her sights, usually what they do in this time of day. – And we’re already thinking like a coyote here. – That’s how you find […]

Ecology: Small Solutions to a Big Planet’s Problems. The Names

Ecology: Small Solutions to a Big Planet’s Problems. The Names

By Micah Moen 1 Comment April 6, 2020

Hi I’m K today I’m gonna tell you why getting eaten by mushrooms or given your friend of pair of chopsticks is good for our planet! Olala that’s a topic! Eco living is usually presented as a labor-intensive lifestyle, but it turns out one can help the Earth without much effort. The energy industry burns […]

How human activity impacts the planet’s ecology and leads to viral outbreaks

By Micah Moen 0 Comment April 5, 2020

I’m going to step back and take a larger picture about it, because I’m very interested in one health and climate and planetary health. And I know we’re all obsessed about this virus, but I think we have to think about what some of the activities that have happened in this Anthropocene, where men have […]

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Chernobyl is a wildlife PARADISE: Animals have thrived since humans abandoned the disaster zone

Chernobyl is a wildlife PARADISE: Animals have thrived since humans abandoned the disaster zone

By Micah Moen 3 Comments April 1, 2020

Wildlife including wolves, elk and wild boar are thriving around Chernobyl since the area was deserted by humans after the world’s worst nuclear accident, a study shows. Populations of large mammals show no evidence of being affected by the continuing radiation in the exclusion zone around the nuclear power plant in Ukraine, close to the […]

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Understanding how germs spread indoors

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 27, 2020

– As we’ve mentioned, all of the precautions taken so far, however drastic, are meant to prevent people from being exposed to the coronavirus. Germs can rapidly spread, especially in indoor environments, as we learned from Charles Gerba, an environmental microbiologist with the University of Arizona. Keep this simple for me. What is the coronavirus? […]

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