Category: natural resources

OCTOBER: WHEN STOPPING CLIMATE CHANGE STARTS

OCTOBER: WHEN STOPPING CLIMATE CHANGE STARTS:

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Russia has some of the most polluted places on…

Russia has some of the most polluted places on Earth. These are 20 most polluted Russian cities.:

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What seemed a like a crazy idea turned out to …

What seemed a like a crazy idea turned out to be just that: a 1980s experiment that saw 25,000 car tyres dumped into the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean to create a sanctuary for sealife off the French coast is being cleaned up after it was found to be polluting:

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In bipartisan push, new Delaware law says ‘no …

In bipartisan push, new Delaware law says ‘no drilling ever on our coastlines’:

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How can a country can improve their ecological…

i just want some basic idea… thanks

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Trump’s climate change denial puts us all in p…

Trump’s climate change denial puts us all in peril – President Donald Trump has enforced climate denial in Washington. He has systematically sought to repeal even the inadequate steps the U.S. had taken to begin to address the problem.:

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Climate study ‘pulls punches’ to keep polluter…

Climate study ‘pulls punches’ to keep polluters on board – ‘True risks’ of warming played down to placate fossil-fuel nations:

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“As it is now, the Earth will likely be betwee…

“As it is now, the Earth will likely be between 3.6 and 7 degrees Celsius warmer by the end of this century (continued expansion of fracking, which releases massive stores of methane to the atmosphere, could accelerate that to mid-century), and we would soon thereafter go extinct.”:

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Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority direc…

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority director quits over potential conflict of interest – Margie McKenzie’s diving company was subcontracted to perform crown-of-thorns starfish removal work:

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Third tiger shark killed in Whitsundays despit…

Third tiger shark killed in Whitsundays despite doubts over whether they bit tourists – Queensland government insists killing sharks in interest of public safety but officials say it is impossible to know if they injured tourists:

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