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21/8/2016
The ecological and carbon cost of rainforest destruction goes on accumulating for years after nations halt the conversion of canopy into farmland, scientists have found. This implies that to meet ambitious targets, global strategies to ...   
18/8/2016
James Webb huddled on the hill with his dog and watched the fire advance, the flames licking through the cherry trees, the oak trees, the peach trees, then swaying just short of his home, the last home left in this part of the ...   
13/8/2016
His term may be winding down, but President Obama is determined to continue hammering away at the effects of climate change.In a new video address, the president previewed his latest efforts to address what he called "one of the most ...   
13/8/2016
Tackling climate change is the challenge of the century. But when it comes to endangered wildlife, scientists are arguing that we’ve got more pressing matters to worry about. A new comment just out today in the journal Nature contends that ...   
13/8/2016
U.S. Surgeon General -- and dad-to-be -- Vivek Murthy paid a visit to his hometown Friday to drop by a medical clinic and reassure pregnant women as the number of local Miami Zika cases rose for a fourth straight day. Murthy, who ...   
13/8/2016
A former Environmental Protection Agency adviser will not be investigated for scientific fraud, the EPA's Inspector General recently decided. The office was responding to environmental advocates who had charged that David Allen's work had ...   
13/8/2016
From New Orleans to Portland, Maine, the heat and humidity has hit oppressive levels for the second long stretch this summer. In New York City, for example, entire blocks smell like hot garbage, and the air feels like a wet blanket, with heat ...   
13/8/2016
In a first of its kind effort, a large group of top atmospheric chemists has weighed in on one of the most persistent conspiracy theories on the internet: that the U.S. government is involved in a campaign to deliberately spray chemicals from ...   
12/8/2016
The memories of Cyclone Sidr and Aila are fresh in the mind of Razia Begum, a victim of climate change, of Dacope Upazila, Khulna. The standing field crops and houses of her community were destroyed, and they suffered the loss of cattle as well ...   
12/8/2016
A California lawmaker next week will introduce a bill requiring 15 percent of all vehicles sold in the state to be emissions-free by 2025, her spokeswoman said on Friday. Assemblywoman Autumn Burke says the legislation is needed to ...   
12/8/2016
Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpReport: Advisers see Trump as 'sullen, 'erratic,' 'beyond coaching' Sunday shows preview: Trump's tough week Fusion to host town hall with Libertarian ticket MORE said Thursday “there could ...   
11/8/2016
Food shortages brought on by extreme weather events have resulted in almost a quarter of Sri Lanka's 21 million people becoming malnourished, says a World Food Programme (WFP) document. "The increased frequency of natural disasters such ...   
11/8/2016
The government expects solar and wind power to be cheaper than new nuclear power by the time Hinkley Point C is completed, its own projections show. Theresa May’s government last month made a surprise decision to delay a deal on Hinkley, ...   
11/8/2016
The main driver of wildlife extinction is not climate change but humanity's rapacious harvesting of species for food and trophies, along with our ever-expanding agricultural footprint, said researchers pleading for a reset of conservation ...   
11/8/2016
High winds on Sunday were strong enough to power the equivalent of all of Scotland’s electricity needs for the day, according to environmentalists. The Met Office issued a yellow “be aware” weather warning covering much of the country as ...   
11/8/2016
Climate change is a ubiquitous threat to species around world. But research by Australian scientists shows that some older, familiar enemies of biodiversity shouldn't be forgotten. Images of climate change are always arresting: Sometimes ...   
11/8/2016
Have wildfires increased globally over recent years? And if so, is global warming to blame? Research has illuminated this, along with what wildfires do to us and our environment, and which areas are most vulnerable. Are wildfires ...   
11/8/2016
Corporate America has a split personality when it comes to climate change.When issuing marketing materials and press releases, U.S. companies frequently warn that rising global temperatures could cost them money. They tout specific green ...   
11/8/2016
A recent anthrax outbreak in the far north of Russia left a child dead, 23 people infected and the government scrambling to deploy hundreds of rescue workers and soldiers to stop any further spread. The source, scientists say, seems ...   
11/8/2016
With negotiations over extending California`s landmark climate change programs struggling during the last month of the state`s legislative session, lawmakers are once again pushing for changes at the agency responsible for making the greenhouse ...   
11/8/2016
For the first time on record, wind turbines have generated more electricity than was used in the whole of Scotland on a single day. An analysis by conservation group WWF Scotland found unseasonably stormy weather saw turbines create ...   
10/8/2016
Prior to the 1970s, hunting decimated polar bear populations across the Arctic. The international community has made strides in protecting the iconic species from over-harvesting through conservation agreements, which have helped the species ...   
10/8/2016
Almost 60 percent of countries are at high risk of using slave labor in their supply chains, according to a new global index launched on Thursday, which also ranked North Korea as having the worst record of slave labor in the world. By ...   
10/8/2016
Record-shattering temperatures this summer have scorched countries from Morocco to Saudi Arabia and beyond, as climate experts warn that the severe weather could be a harbinger of worse to come. In coming decades, U. N. officials and ...   
10/8/2016
For the past five years, Alaine Anderson has watched with horror as great swathes of koala-friendly woodlands in their region of northern NSW have been smashed by bulldozers and then torched in bonfires."We don't have much time to tell ...   

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