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1 October 2018

Lacs, rivières, marais et mangroves disparaissent à grande vitesse [Le Monde - Planète]

35 % des zones humides, des milieux naturels à la biodiversité particulièrement riche, ont été détruits depuis 1970 sous le double effet de l’action de l’homme et du réchauffement.

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1 October 2018

Why a ’cuckoo in the nest’ can go undetected [Phys]

Researchers at the Universities of Exeter and Cambridge have shed light on why some species cannot tell the difference between their own offspring and those of intruders that have been slipped into their nests.

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1 October 2018

Impact de notre consommation sur l’environnement, une vaste étude fait le point [The Conversation]

Les Français consomment depuis 50 ans davantage de biens chaque année. En plus de la multiplication des volumes, les postes de consommation ont changé, traduisant une mutation de la société et des modes de vie : baisse des dépenses dans l’habillement et l’alimentation, mais hausse dans la communication, la santé, les transports et les loisirs.

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1 October 2018

Taller plants moving into Arctic because of climate change [Phys]

Plants in the Arctic are growing taller because of climate change, according to new research from a global scientific collaboration led by the University of Edinburgh.

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1 October 2018

Sunflower pollen has medicinal, protective effects on bees [Phys]

With bee populations in decline, a new study offers hope for a relatively simple mechanism to promote bee health and well-being: providing bees access to sunflowers.

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