Environment And Climate (Page 2/43)

Global Warming Pushes Insects And Birds Towards Northern UK

The green-jawed tube web spider, the southern emerald damselfly, the purple heron and other more than 50 species have been…

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Heatwave Hit The World’s Northernmost Community Of Alert, Qikiqtaaluk Region, In Canada

The furthest city in the north on our planet, which is also a permanent settlement, is Alert in the Qikiqtaaluk…

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June 2019 Broke The Global Records As The Hottest Month Ever

This year’s month of June has set a rather worrying record, the European Union’s Satellite Agency stated. Last month was…

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Scientists Warn That Greenland’s Ice Will Melt by the End of the Millennium

It is a well-known fact that climate change will probably have a significant impact on our planet. It will produce…

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America’s Secret: Plastic waste that kills the planet is shipped everywhere

Do you know what happens to the plastic you throw in the recycling bin? All advertising materials from within the…

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Plastic Waste on the Bottom of the Mariana Trench, Found by Explorers

A fascinating expedition which aimed to explore the depths of the five oceans has managed to set a new milestone…

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El Nino Has Significantly Changed In Recent Years, A New Groundbreaking Study Revealed

New research suggests that El Nino has changed in recent years, and different versions of the phenomenon have been spotted….

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How Did Humans Influence Drought?

You may think that drought is a phenomenon that appears independently of people’s actions. However, it’s also part of the…

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A New Study Proves Extreme Winds Are Affecting Ocean Waves Height

According to a new study conducted by a pair of scientists at the University of Melbourne, Australia, the increase in…

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On Earth Day, New Study Conclusions Show Gaps in Canada’s Wildlife Protection

Questions like ‘how much is needed to preserve the aspect of an entire ecosystem?’ and ‘how much space does nature…

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