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development that would build over a seagrass meadows. there are bound to be a lot of loss when they are going and dredge to do reclamation for the hotel, so it is a loss for seagrass. a lot of seagrass meadows here. there's a lot of fishermen, so they depend on this area. despite the development plans, seychelles has committed to protecting all these ecosystems by 2030. now a project is accurately mapping all its seagrass, making it one of the first countries to do so. and it's taking thousands of sediment samples. scientists have been breaking them down to see how much carbon they take in over time. we would like to use these numbers as mitigation to climate change. we need to find resolution to estimate how fast the sediment accumulates this organic carbon

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here on seychelles' main island, residents held up a hotel development that would build over a seagrass meadows. there are bound to be a lot of loss when they are going and dredge to do reclamation for the hotel, so it is a loss for seagrass. a lot of seagrass meadows here. there's a lot of fishermen, so they depend on this area. despite the development plans, seychelles has committed to protecting all these ecosystems by 2030. now a project is accurately mapping all its seagrass, making it one of the first countries to do so. and it's taking thousands of sediment samples. scientists have been breaking them down to see how much carbon they take in over time. we would like to use these numbers as mitigation to climate change. we need to find resolution to estimate how fast the sediment accumulates this organic carbon

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Anderson Cooper 360

it's a lot bigger than many people think. we've been looking into this. basically, since 2020, since we had that really large demo here in berlin where very nearly the parliament was stormed. it was almost like january 6th, except german cops actually stopped them from getting in. and there are social scientists who believe there are over 200,000 followers of qanon here in this country, and once again, those groups are all linked conspiracy theorists, and a lot of them have that right wing background, right wingers in their ranks as well. the german government, you know, over the past couple of days since this has taken place, they have said, they believe that of course democracy in this country, like in the u.s., can be frail, and that's why right now they're saying they are going to take this hard line against groups like this to make sure that democracy is kept safe here in germany. >> fred pleitgen, thank you. there has been a lot of anticipation online about the new docuseries of prince harry and meghan.

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Welcome To IANS Live - INTERNATIONAL - Many marine species may go extinct before discovered: Scientists at COP15

Without knowledge of these species, effective deep sea conservation is impossible, leading international marine scientists warned in a new policy brief presented at the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15) on Thursday in Montreal.They

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Welcome To IANS Live - LatestNews - Many marine species may go extinct before discovered: Scientists at COP15

Without knowledge of these species, effective deep sea conservation is impossible, leading international marine scientists warned in a new policy brief presented at the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15) on Thursday in Montreal.They

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now a project is accurately mapping all its seagrass, making it one of the first countries to do so. and it's taking thousands of sediment samples. scientists have been breaking them down to see how much carbon they take in over time. we would like to use these numbers as mitigation to climate change. we need to find resolution to estimate how fast the sediment accumulates this organic carbon from the seagrass. so the government could trade carbon with countries wanting to offset emissions. and it says there could be more benefits. we depend greatly on fisheries and tourism, but they are considered the pillars of our economy. but when you look at the foundation of those pillars, the environment. by protecting the environment it means those pillars can stand and this is how we can grow. some say it can be done in other countries.

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Anderson Cooper 360

100 places are being searched when they did their big rates. in 50 of those places, they actually found weapons. clearly, these people were arming themselves. people were serious about it. there's two things about that, anderson. on the one hand, obviously this group is quite large, quite dynamic. but also the ties they have to groups like qanon, to conspiracy theorists and also to right wing extremists makes all this very dangerous, the germans believe. >> there is a pretty good extreme's conspiracy theorist movement in germany, isn't there? >> it's a lot bigger than many people think. we were looking into this, basically since 2020, we had that large demo and berlin, where very nearly the parliament was stormed. it was almost like january 6th, except germany's cops stopped them from coming in. there are social scientists who believe there is almost 200,000 followers of qanon in this country.

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to be a lot of loss when they are going and dredge to do reclamation for the hotel, so it is a loss for seagrass. a lot of seagrass meadows here. there's a lot of fishermen, so they depend on this area. despite the development plans, seychelles has committed to protecting all these ecosystems by 2030. now a project is accurately mapping all its seagrass, making it one of the first countries to do so. and it's taking thousands of sediment samples. scientists have been breaking them down to see how much carbon they take in over time. we would like to use these numbers as mitigation to climate change. we need to find resolution to estimate how fast the sediment accumulates this organic carbon from the seagrass. so the government could trade carbon with countries wanting to offset emissions.

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Elon Musk's medical device company Neuralink facing federal investigation over animal testing – NaturalNews.com

Neuralink, a medical device company owned by Elon Musk, is currently under federal investigation for animal welfare violations, and internal staff have raised concerns about the way that rushed [...]

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MIT scientists produce new organic photovoltaic fabrics

US researchers have developed a thin-film organic solar module on a vapor-deposited releasable substrate made of parylene. The device could be used as a wearable fabric, or to bring solar generation to

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