NextEra Energy – owner of Florida Power & Light, Gulf Power, and NextEra Energy Resources – added 1.8 gigawatts of renewables and storage to its backlog in the second quarter of 2021, the company reported last week. FPL made significant progress
For the average bee, every little bit counts. A new UC Riverside study shows that a type of insecticide made for commercial plant nurseries is... The post Research Shows Common Insecticide Is Harmful to Bees in Any Amount appeared first on
The origin and date of appearance of prehistoric cave art are the subjects of ongoing debate. Spain’s Cueva de Ardales is one point of discussion.... The post Prehistoric Cave Art: Neanderthals Indeed Painted Andalusia’s Cueva De Ardales appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Exposure to antibiotics in utero or after birth could lead to brain disorders in later childhood, says Rutgers researcher. Antibiotic exposure early in life could... The post Antibiotics in Early Life Could Lead to Brain Disorders appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Some 3,000 elegant terns fled the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve after the May 12 crash, in the largest egg abandonment scientists who work there can recall.
Lyme disease-carrying ticks usually found in woodlands and fields are spreading along California's beaches, carried by an unknown host.
Researchers now believe a wildfire last year killed 10% to 14% of the world's natural sequoia population.
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A long-term hazard from flood water is often underestimated: The raging rivers swirl up pollutants out of their sediments that stem from environmental pollution decades or centuries ago. Such harmful substances can not only cause ecological damage in the river.
Like matryoshka dolls: One insect species introduced decades ago to a small island had an effect on several insect populations
Researchers thought 30 years ago that they just introduced some Glanville fritillary butterfly larvae on a small island in the Åland islands, Finland. Little did they know that within the butterfly larvae there nested two other insect species and a
Overfishing and other human pressures are severely harming many marine protected areas around the world, study finds
A new study points to a strong 'edge effect' in marine protected areas (MPAs), sharply reducing by 60 percent the fish population living up to 1 - 1.5 km within the MPA. This significantly diminishes the effectiveness of the MPA.
In a marked increase to the already-impressive production cadence at SpaceX Starbase, it’s all hands on deck with Booster 4 and Ship 20 preparations ahead of the duo being sent to the launch site. Booster 4 was stacked on Sunday,