For years, the energy sector, and almost every other sector, has taken water for granted, viewing it as an abundant resource. But as we move into a new era of renewable energy, the vast amounts of water required to power green energy operations may not be so easy to find. And it’s not just renewables that are under threat from water scarcity, as it also hinders fossil fuel production and threatens food security.
Scientists have discovered a massive "ocean" near Earth's core. The investigation proved a theory, which was that ocean water accompanied subducting slabs and entered the transition zone.
Residents of California will shortly have the opportunity to compost their remains after passing away. Composting human remains is now legal in California, and people can opt to be literal plant food.
Technology advancements have been significantly fueled by space exploration. Space agriculture is boldly growing food where no one has grown it before.
Spain's "stonehenge" has become fully visible for the second time since water hid it in the 1960s thanks to a drought there. However, this is not the only recent discovery as ancient artifacts, dinosaur tracks and Nazi ships have all appeared around the world as drought causes low water levels.
Current policies in many parts of the world place a priority on climate change for realizing a green new deal. Meanwhile, such policies will contribute to children dying from severe malnutrition due to broken food systems, with shortages of food and water, stress, anxiety, fear (read below), and dangerous chemical exposure.
The U.N., the WEF, and other organizations are advancing the use of weeds and bugs as food. This, combined with a multitude of other signs, indicate that the UN and WEF are behind a global war on the farmers.
Sakurajima volcano in Japan is currently erupting, and this has triggered the evacuation of surrounding people as well as the highest degree of emergency notifications. Here's a list of countries with the most active volcanoes.
The caterpillar fungus can be found in Bhutan, Nepal, the Indian states of Uttarakhand, Sikkim, and Arunachal Pradesh, as well as nearby high-altitude regions of the Central and Eastern Himalayas. But due to its decline, the world’s most expensive fungus is sparking a crisis in the Himalayas.
The cloudburst in Telangana could be due to a foreign conspiracy, according to the Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrasekhar Rao. Given that weather predictions predict for steady rain through the end of July, he warned local authorities to exercise caution.