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Three climbers died on Mount Everest on Sunday, and a fourth is missing.
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This story is part of a series on ocean plastics. Roughly 3,000 miles from any major population center, there's an uninhabited island in the eastern Pacific Ocean that, curiously, has the highest dens...
Flooding caused by climate change has hit the Global Seed Vault, which holds samples of the world's seeds in the event of an apocalyptic catastrophe. The seeds weren't damaged, but the entryway of the...
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As temperatures soar over the subcontinent this summer, Indian cities are being hit by intense heatwaves, causing untold distress to people, even death in some cases. In parts of Orissa, the mercury h...
Land clearing is out of control.
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In a refugee camp in the Sahara desert, one man is making homes more durable in the face of tough weather conditions ― and he's using trash to do it. Tateh Lehbib Breica, a Sahrawi refugee living in a...
But the nation's Ministry of Energy has poured cold water on the idea.
The 100% cardboard festival tent designed by the Dutch startup KarTent will be landing in Australia at Yours and Owls festival in Wollongong NSW this September. The eco-friendly alternative to traditional camping accommodation was introduced in the Netherlands in 2015 and rapidly crossed the border to most Western-European countries the following year. Full of momentum after receiving the prestigious Red Dot Design award in March 2017, KarTent is excited to see how Aussies adopt their revolutionary festival accommodation solution.
Queensland is showing us how.
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Azraq’s population has had little to no access to electricity since 2014.
Bad for people's health, bad for the economy, bad for the reef, bad for everything.