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Traffic exhaust could increase blood pressure, study finds

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Even brief exposure to highway pollution could cause significant increases in blood pressure, a new study from the University of Washington has found, adding to a growing body of work correlating vehicle exhaust with negative health outcomes. The effects are near immediate: Two hours in Seattle’s rush hour was enough to

Beech forests are beneficial in the climate crisis but suffer under drought and heat

 The measuring station in Sorø. Credit: Kim Pilegaard Measurements from the past 27 years show that nature’s ecosystem services and good biodiversity remove CO2 from the atmosphere, thus reducing the effect of carbon emissions. However, it is also clear that ecosystem services are affected by higher temperatures and drought, i.e., climate change. Biodiversity is not

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