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She's white and spotty and loves to play with mum.
Sept. 1 marks the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation.
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Going, going, nearly gone.
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U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping fortified commitments to reduce carbon emissions Saturday by formally joining the Paris agreement and pledging a "continued bilateral clima...
China has ratified the Paris agreement on climate change, according to state media, a key move by the world's biggest polluter that brings the deal a major step closer to coming into force. The Nation...
No one predicted coral would be bleached so far south of the tropics and they also didn't realise how quickly it would recover.
Sigalit Landau in collaboration with Yotam From & Marlborough Contemporary
Rising temperatures can't fully explain the ongoing melting of the Greenland ice sheet. A new project looks at how microorganisms are changing the reflectivity of the ice sheet, helping it warm and me...
As the lowest and one of the saltiest places on Earth, the Dead Sea plays host to hordes of tourists and the production of nutrient rich skincare. For two months in 2014, it was also home to a dress,...
There’s a tiny glimmer of hope in a world of bad news.
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Our climate change targets are off by about half a century.
A crack in the Larsen C ice shelf grew over 22 kilometres since March.
The Crystal Serenity has embarked on a 1,000-mile voyage through the once unnavigable Northwest Passage.
Climate change has all but swallowed Shishmaref.
On the one hand, innovation is the golden ticket to a prosperous future. On the other, expensive research is viewed as merely discretionary and is inevitably the first casualty of a tough budget. It's a dichotomy which must be nothing short of maddening for our scientists.
But we don't really know what to do about it.
Deadly marine bacteria is proliferating in warmer waters, prompting "unprecedented" outbreaks in the U.S. and Europe, a study finds.
The salty waters of Iran’s Lake Urmia recently morphed from a deep green to a rich red, likely due to algae and bacteria blooms.
Our ecological debt gets worse every year, Earth Overshoot Day data shows.
Fuel and radioactive coolant was left at Camp Century, built in 1959 as part of U.S. research into the potential for nuclear missile launch sites in the Arctic.
A devastating dose of long-term climate change combined with a strong El Niño in 2015 seemingly left every major climate record on the books shattered, according to an annual international clim...
It's already having a severe impact on people’s health and quality of life, a UN report warns.
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Climate change is bringing longer and more destructive fire seasons.
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'Those renewables just don't run out. Mining does.'
Australia's new environment and energy minister, Josh Frydenberg, says coal will be a declining part of Australia's energy mix because of inexorable market forces – but he insists the Coalition'...
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Meet the snake watching, possum finding kids living on a modern cotton farm.
Heavy rain in China has killed at least 87 people and forced thousands from their homes, state media reported. Seventy-two people have been killed and 78 are missing in the northern province of Hebei...
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World Wildlife Fund's brave new type of conservation is working.
...And then it started flooding so it started jumping.
This marks the 14th consecutive month of record-breaking global temperatures.
'They are intertwined, and the solution is clean energy'.