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Climate change warningspoignantly made during theOlympic Games opening ceremonyon Friday are likely to resonatewith athletes as they struggle totrain and compete in Brazil’s tropicalheat.Marathon…
Friday, 12 August 2016 11:33

New Partnerships Shield Vulnerable Small Island States

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United Nations Headquarterswas bustling with activity on Monday,full beyond capacity as island dwellersfrom around the world gathered forthe Multi-Stakeholder Partnership inthe High-level Political Forum…
What are the most addictivedrugs? This question seemssimple, but the answer depends onwhom you ask. From the points ofview of different researchers, thepotential for…
Thursday, 28 July 2016 16:06

Hunting For Diamonds

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On the semi-frozen surfaceof Faraday Lake in Canada’s subarctic,two diamond rigs aredrilling around the clock. It’sspring breakup north of the 63rdparallel, which means the…
Jaiveer Arya wipes sweatfrom his brow as he squats in theshade and watches workers weighhis wheat crop at a grain market inIndia’s northern Haryana…
In 2001, a dozen Chineseexpats met one Saturday in SanJose to trade tips on pharmaceuticalproteins and share career adviceover craft beers and garlic fries.The…
Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:48

Brexit Indicative Of Multiple Ills

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Oh the tension, as eyes ofthe world were focused on the votein Great Britain to leave the EuropeanUnion.While much has been madeabout the stock…
Friday, 17 June 2016 15:22

Saving our ocean one turtle at a time

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A sea turtle floats trapped in a derelict fishing net off the west side of Oahu, Hawaii, June, 4, 2016. Petty Officer 1st Class…
Tuesday, 14 June 2016 15:27

UNEP-INTERPOL Report: Environmental Crime on the Rise

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NAIROBI, Kenya, June 5, 2016 (ENS) – “More than one quarter of the world’s elephant population has been killed in a decade,” according to…
Tuesday, 14 June 2016 15:23

World Environment Day Targets Wildlife Crime

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The first international accord to end illegal fishing went into effect a few days ago in celebration of World Environment Day. The pact is now legally binding…
Monday, 06 June 2016 15:09

Northern Great Barrier Reef Loses 35% of Its Corals

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TOWNSVILLE, Queensland, Australia, May 31, 2016 (ENS) – One-third of the corals in the northern and central parts of the Great Barrier Reef are…
Monday, 06 June 2016 14:57

Germany expects to see 100,000 migrants leave in 2016

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. Number still low compared to arrivals. The German government is claiming that it expects up to 100,000 undocumented migrants to leave the Teutonic…
“Over the past decade, the United States has witnessed an increase of drugs, weapons, migrants, unaccompanied children and people with ties to terrorism into…
President Barack Obama and the United States favor illegal migration in Europe because they want to fill it up with Muslims, Janos Lazar, chief…
Monday, 30 May 2016 15:28

Poaching of Elephant Matriarchs Destroys Rainforests

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The ongoing poaching of the oldest and wisest female forest elephants could cause cascading harmful effects on the integrity of entire rainforest ecosystems, new…

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