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Animals, plants disappearing faster than at any other time in human history
A landmark report that assessed the state of the world’s biodiversity was published earlier this week, which gave a grim account of the significant dangers facing plants and animals across the globe.
Study: Plants can cultivate different root microbes for better growth
Scientists from Chinese, Belgian and British research organizations found that plants could release different chemicals to cultivate microbes around their roots to suit its own purposes.
MP Habousi: Half of Iraqi power plants to shut down without Iran's gas
If Iraq's waiver for importing gas from Iran is not renewed, half of the country's natural gas power plants will shut down in the summer, said a member of the trade committee of the Iraqi parliament.
Study: Coal ash contaminates groundwater near most US coal plants
More than 90 percent of US coal-fired power plants that are required to monitor groundwater near their coal ash dumps show unsafe levels of toxic metals, according to a study released on Monday by environmental groups, which cited the potential harm to drinking water.
Pelletizing, rebar production plants become operational in western Iran
A pelletizing plant as well as a rebar production factory were inaugurated in the western Iranian province of Hamedan by First Vice President Es'haq Jahangiri on Tuesday.
EPA targets Obama crackdown on mercury from coal plants
The US President Donald Trump administration on Friday targeted an Obama-era regulation credited with helping dramatically reduce toxic mercury pollution from coal-fired power plants, saying the benefits to human health and the environment may not be worth the cost of the regulation.
Tossing dead salmon good for plants
A team of US researchers found that sockeye salmon carcasses has helped boost tree growth by up to 20 percent.
World has no capacity to absorb new fossil fuel plants, warns IEA
The world has so many existing fossil fuel projects that it cannot afford to build any more polluting infrastructure without busting international climate change goals, the global energy watchdog has warned.
BrambleBee: An autonomous robot to pollinate bramble plants
Natural pollinators, particularly honey bees, are disappearing at an unprecedented rate. This poses serious risks for agriculture, the economy, and the sustenance of humans and animals.
Protein's on-off switch dictates flowering in plants
Scientists have discovered a new mechanism for cellular decision making. The new mechanism, an on-and-off switch in a single protein, controls whether or not a plant puts out flowers.
How plants use carbon affects their response to climate change
Under warmer conditions, plants can take up more carbon dioxide by using carbon more efficiently for growth, shows a new study.
Plants came to land 100 million yrs earlier than previously thought: Study
When life, in plant form, came from seas to barren lands, mountains and hills were rocky crags and lowland plains were dustbowls, and rates of erosion were more than ten times what they are nowadays. As plants further moved onto land, soils developed, and as geological times passed by, soils and plants more and more crept outwards from the seas and increasingly covered the land surface of our cosmic home, giving it familiar shades of green to its continents. But when plants first invaded the land?
Nissan says room left to build more cars at existing China plants
Nissan Motor Co Ltd’s Chinese joint venture factories in Zhengzhou and Xiangyang still have the capacity to build more vehicles, and the Japanese automaker will prioritize using those plants before building a new one, a senior executive said.

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