Director General of Gilan Province’s Department of Environment said on Monday that over 25 billion rials (25,000 rials = $1) will be allocated for Anzali Lagoon revival and restoration program.
Over 25 billion rials for Anzali Lagoon revival program
In the dusty desert town of Woomera, in the South Australian desert, scientists are getting ready. On December 6, 2020, after six years in space, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) Hayabusa2 spacecraft will finally return to Earth.
Spacecraft with precious asteroid cargo almost home after 5b km trek
Chinese President Xi Jinping called for a "global mechanism" that would use QR codes to open up international travel.
China pushes for QR code based global travel system
Tucked against glacier-capped mountains, the Begich Towers loom over Whittier, Alaska. More than 80 percent of the small town’s residents live in the Cold War-era barracks in this former secret military port, whose harbor teems every summer with traffic: Barnacle-encrusted fishing boats, sightseeing ships, sailboats, superyachts and cruiseliner monstrosities. This summer, coronavirus travel restrictions put a damper on tourism in the usually buzzing port. Then came warnings of a potentially devastating tsunami.
Climate change intensifying tsunami threat in Alaska
Climate models may overestimate the sensitivity of the Amazon rainforest to water stress. A new study from Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science suggests that tropical forests will be more adaptable to climate change than expected, and some regions of the Amazon could even thrive in warmer and drier conditions.
Some parts of Amazon rainforest will thrive in warming climate
China plans to launch an unmanned spacecraft to the Moon this week to bring back lunar rocks in the first attempt by any nation to retrieve samples from Earth’s natural satellite since the 1970s.
China to launch Moon probe, seeking first lunar rock retrieval since 1970s
China's Ant Group may have been dealt a setback with the shelving of its IPO (Initial public offering) but European banks remain wary that Chinese tech giants may soon be their main competitors.
Do China tech giants pose a risk for European banks?
A "climate guardian" satellite set for launching this weekend will greatly help scientists keep track of the rise in sea levels, one of the most daunting effects of global warming, a senior official at the European Space Agency said Friday.
Europe, US 'climate guardian' satellite to monitor oceans

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