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Rachael Gallagher

Rachael Gallagher

Macquarie University
I am a plant ecologist and conversation scientist.

Our cities need more trees, but some commonly planted ones won't survive climate change

Jul 26, 2019 08:45 am UTC| Nature

We need trees in our lives. This past summer, Adelaide experienced the hottest temperature ever recorded in an Australian state capital, hitting 46.6 degrees on January 24. Trees beautify otherwise grey cities and cool our...

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Economy

China’s February PMI to test historic low of 38.8, says ANZ Research

Chinas manufacturing PMI for February is expected to reach an historic low of 38.8. The impact of the virus outbreak will see PMI drop further than the previous low in Q4 2008, according to the latest report from ANZ...

EM Asian currencies likely to advance somewhat temporarily versus dollar due to dropped DXY Index, says Scotiabank

EM Asian currencies are likely to advance somewhat temporarily versus the dollar because of a dropped DXY Index, but will pare their gains soon amid escalating global risk aversion as the US is set to become the next...

China’s manufacturing PMI for February likely to hit historic low of 38.8, says ANZ Research

Chinas manufacturing PMI for February is expected to hit an historic low of 38.8. The impact of the virus outbreak will see PMI drop further than the previous low in Q4 2008, according to the latest report from ANZ...

NZ January unadjusted trade balance stronger-than-expected as exports overpower imports

New Zealands unadjusted trade balance saw a deficit of $340 million, which was stronger than expected. Exports fell seasonally, but not by as much as expected. The majority of the supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19...

U.S. Treasuries slump ahead of 5-year auction, FOMC members’ speeches

The U.S. Treasuries slumped during Wednesdays afternoon session ahead of the countrys 5-year auction, due to be held today by 18:00GMT. Also, speeches by FOMC members, Kaplan and Kashkari, awaiting to be delivered today by...

Politics

CIA suddenly briefs the Gang of Eight, possibly about Donald Trump's relations?

It was only several days ago where President Donald Trump lashed out at the Intelligence community and everyone else that he could think of during a press conference while in New Delhi. What also transpired over those days...

Donald Trump shock: POTUS's wealth may be investigated by Scotland officials

President Donald Trump has always tried to evade investigations into his finances, despite constantly boasting about how much money he has and corrects anyone who would only refer to him as a millionaire. However,...

US President Donald Trump takes funds for coronavirus fight from low-Income program

President Donald Trump previously addressed the impact that the coronavirus would have in the United States. Following his remarks of being ready to spend as much money as possible to keep the disease from causing an...

Barack Obama urges networks to take down pro-Trump ad calling Joe Biden ‘racist’

Barack Obama recently urged networks to take down a pro-Donald Trump ad that is targeting Joe Biden. According to Politico, the ex-POTUS is not pleased with the ad because it took his words out of context and made it...

Science

Asteroid: Space rock Earthbound in a span of 12 hours

Hundreds of asteroids may have flown by Earth in a span of almost two months in 2020, but NASAs asteroid trackers notice one more may be coming this way. The agency spotted an Earthbound space rock that is set to approach...

NASA: Mars probe discovers unusual glow in the Red Planet's night sky

Space agencies all over the world continue to explore the Red Planet in an attempt to further understand what it is made of and the possibility of living there in the future. NASAs InSight space probe recently discovered...

Asteroids: Expert warns of another Chelyabinsk asteroid could approach unnoticed

Back in 2013, the city of Chelyabinsk in Russia experienced an asteroid collision, injuring over a thousand people. According to an expert, such an asteroid collision may happen again as some asteroids can slip past the...

Archaeologists discover wall of human bones and skulls in Belgium cathedral

If history has shown us anything, it is that religious buildings or establishments related to a certain faith can be very haunting. A group of archaeologists found a haunting part of a certain cathedral in Belgium, made up...

Technology

Tesla Model Y delivery as early as March 15 is confirmed

Fans of electric vehicles who have ordered a Tesla Model Y will have something great to look forward to in March. Several customers shared online that they have finally received email confirmations from Tesla for the...

‘One Piece Pirate Warriors 4’ release date, gameplay: Boa Hancock, Dracule Mihawk, Emporio Ivankov, and Buggy teased by Bandai Namco

With the One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 release date less than a month away, Bandai Namco Entertainment released four trailers showing the gameplay of four new warriors that will be coming to the game. When the title arrives,...

ONE Esports ‘Mobile Legends: Bang Bang’ Invitational online qualifiers starts this May

Theres no doubt that Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is one of the most popular multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) mobile games out there. In fact, MLBB is now one of the go-to titles for professional gamers in the...

Who can join the ‘World of Warcraft: Shadowlands’ beta testing?

Blizzard Entertainment has released enough information about World of Warcraft: Shadowlands to keep the fans excited about the next expansion. However, the excitement can be a little frustrating sometimes, especially when...
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