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Heat wave expected in 2024
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Study shows: temperature peaks expected in 2024

A study by Chinese scientists found that there is a 56% chance that 2024 will be the hottest year on record. This is a significant increase from the 32% chance predicted for 2023. The study, published in Advances in Atmospheric Sciences on June 10, 2023, used a combination of historical data and climate models to predict the likelihood of record-breaking temperatures in 2024. Scientists say the increased risk

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Surveys show: Businesses prefer to purchase durable goods and prioritize businesses.
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Surveys and studies have shown that people prefer more sustainable businesses

Sustainable businesses are those that operate in a way that minimizes their impact on the environment and society. They often use renewable energy, recycled materials, and ethical practices. Sustainable businesses can help customers reduce their carbon footprint, save money, and feel good about supporting a positive cause. Surveys and studies show that people increasingly prefer sustainable businesses. Why

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Herbs show potential in the fight against antibiotic resistance
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Herbs show potential in the fight against antibiotic resistance

Antibiotic resistance is a serious problem that is becoming increasingly difficult to treat. As bacteria become more resistant to antibiotics, the effectiveness of these drugs decreases. This has led to several deaths worldwide, and it is estimated that by 2050, antibiotic resistance could cause 10 million deaths each year. There is a growing body of research indicating that herbs

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A recent report presents; The herbal market is expected to reach $426.43 billion by 2028
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A recent report presents; The herbal market is expected to reach $426.43 billion by 2028

THE HERBAL MARKET IS EXPECTED TO GROW SIGNIFICANTLY IN THE COMING YEARS. MARKET GROWTH IS PRIMARILY DRIVEN BY THE INCREASING PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC DISEASES, THE GROWING POPULARITY OF COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE (CAM), AND THE GROWING DEMAND FOR NATURAL AND SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS.  THE SURGE IN DEMAND FOR MEDICINAL PLANTS (SUSTAINABLE IN PARTICULAR), THE INCREASING USE OF PERSONALIZED MEDICINE, AND THE INCREASE IN INVESTMENTS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW STUDIES ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MEDICINAL HERBS. ALL

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trends from the plant world; Recent areas of attention
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Top 10 trends from the plant world; Recent areas of attention

These trends highlight the growing interest in plants and herbs due to their health benefits. Sustainability (environmentally friendly), culinary uses, aesthetic attraction and personal well-being. They reflect a shift towards a greener lifestyle and a deeper appreciation for today's natural world. Trends and trends in the field of plants and medicinal plants encompass various aspects related to gardening, growing plants and using medicinal plants for various purposes.

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Houseplant statistics for 2023

Looking for houseplant statistics? You've come to the right place. We have collected for you the latest statistics of house plants. Let's dive in. U.S. Houseplant Statistics 2023. Houseplant Statistics: 33.1 million people in the U.S. own houseplants. 66% of American households own at least one household plant. Market size of the plant and flower growing sector in countries

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Webb telescope brings spectacular new images from distant space

NASA's Webb Space Telescope penetrates dust clouds to reveal young stars in early formation stages. A "deep dive" into the stellar treasure into one of Webb's first and most iconic images, Cosmic Cliffs. The image revealed a focal point of young stars at an initial stage of development. Careful analysis of data from a wavelength of light, captured only by Webb, now opens new doors to findings

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Foreign worker in serious condition due to mushroom poisoning, 2 others hospitalized

Three men cooked mushrooms they found while hiking near Jerusalem; A Chinese citizen has been hooked up to a life support machine after his condition deteriorated rapidly. Three foreign workers were hospitalized, one in serious condition, after making soup from mushrooms they found growing in a forest near Jerusalem, medical officials said Sunday. The men must have eaten the mushrooms sometime last week. On Friday, two of the men arrived at the center

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the new trend in the market; Meet green standards

The desire to support the environment has been found to be the main reason why consumers are choosing to purchase more sustainable products and brands. Nearly 30% say they want to improve the environment, with 23% wanting to reduce production waste. 22% want to reduce their carbon footprint, and 17% are concerned about animal welfare. Recent research reveals that more than a third of global consumers are willing to pay

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Alberta, Canada will be the first province to regulate psychedelic ingredients for treatment

Alberta will become the first Canadian jurisdiction to regulate the use of psychedelic drugs for treatment. This was announced by a provincial official. Assistant Secretary of Mental Health and Addictions Mike Ellis also introduced new rules to limit those who can prescribe high-potency drugs to people with opioid addictions that are difficult to treat. The changes are intended to protect the public, to ensure that patients receive high standards

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First step for biologists; Grow durable and sustainable plants in space

Israeli researchers, SpaceIL and Australian scientists have begun working with Space, a startup, on a plan to grow plants on the moon in less than four years. Researchers say this could be the first step toward growing plants for food, medicine and oxygen on the lunar surface, and help enable human life on the moon. Scientists from Queensland University of Technology, RMIT University, Australian National University and Ben-Gurion University

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NEW UNCTAD TOOL TRACKS GLOBAL BIODIVERSITY TRADE

THE DATABASE WILL ENABLE POLICYMAKERS AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO ACCELERATE PROGRESS TOWARD COMBATING BIODIVERSITY LOSS THAT HAS PUT ONE MILLION SPECIES AT RISK OF EXTINCTION. UNCTAD LAUNCHED A NEW ONLINE TOOL ON SEPTEMBER 23, WITH GROUNDBREAKING DATA ON GLOBAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF BIODIVERSITY-BASED PRODUCTS. THESE INCLUDE NATURAL FOOD, COSMETICS, CRAFTS, NATURAL MEDICINES AND ECOTOURISM. THE STATISTICAL TOOL OF

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What are the hot trends behind herbs; statistics

Below are search statistics for the past year for the phrase "herbs". Over the past year, searches for the term "herbs" have surged from 0 to 32 popular points. As you can see, you can see a sudden spike in search for the phrase between March 13 and 19. A surge in COVID-19 cases at the time caused people to look for solutions. Popularity over the past five years Moderate increase in popularity over the past five years

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How Israeli technology extracts the 'good' from plants and adapts them to consumption

An Israeli company uses a "revolutionary" process to derive the greatest benefits from plants and produce a product that prevents the consumption of calories and other less desirable ingredients. "When God gave us the plants on the third day—when He created the world—God gave us 500,000 plants, all of which themselves carried critical, active, and healing compounds that are so important to the human body," said Ilan Sobel, CEO

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Wild Bear charged at a different kind of honey and was left stoned and confused

A picture of Dov sitting in the back of a pickup truck, in a sitting position, while his mind wanders to the depths of his soul – and he is led to the veterinarian. When this hungry bear stumbled upon a honey farm in Turkey, he probably thought he had won the jackpot. There, seemingly hive after hive were filled with this beloved sweet honey at hand. He didn't think twice and started gobbling. but

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Program code for plants: Stanford researchers designed artificial genetic circuits that could help plants

Using synthetic genes, researchers at Stanford were able to change the root structures of plants. Their work can make crops more efficient at collecting nutrients and water from the soil, making them more resilient to increasing pressures resulting from climate change and pollution. Global food production is increasingly threatened by the effects of climate change. As floods, droughts and extreme heat waves become more common,

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Environmental

450,000 trees will be planted to cool the streets of Israel's cities

The trees are expected to be planted nearly 2,000 miles long in 100 municipalities, providing pedestrian-crowded pavements with 70 percent continuous shading by 2040. "The Israeli government has placed the climate crisis at the top of its list of priorities, and a significant part of dealing with it is promoting urban tree planting," the Ministry of Environmental Protection noted on its website.

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Study: Microdosing Psychedelic Mushrooms May Improve Mood

A large study recently published in Scientific Reports shows that microdosing psilocybin resulted in greater improvements in mental health and mood than in those who did not use the microdose. According to a new study, microdosing psilocybin mushrooms may offer mental health benefits. Here are some highlights to emphasize: – Micro dosing refers to the practice of regular use in small amounts

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