Environment And Climate (Page 26/34)

Mexico Is The Leader In The Americas For The Protection Of The Jaguar Species

The jaguar is one of the three largest cats in the world and only lives in the Americas. Mexico, with…

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Morocco Government Is Trying To Avoid A New Water Crisis

In Morocco, 40 large dams are affected, of which 11 have lost more than 20% of their capacity. To fight…

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Parts of a 18th Century Ship were Discovered on a Florida Beach

A walk to the beach can bring some amazing discoveries. This is what happened for Julie Turner and her 8-year-old…

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The Support For African States In Their Fight Against Climate Change Will Continue

A two-day consultative workshop on the implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) to Africa concluded on Tuesday, in Addis Ababa,…

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Greater Mekong Subregion Registered Great Progress Towards A Sustainable Development And Against Climate Change

The countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) have made significant progress over the past 25 years, including achievements in…

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“Climate Change Is Progressing Even Faster Than We Do”, According To The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday he was worried about the rapid pace of climate change and deplored its…

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Canada’s Plans On Climate Action

Another report has investigated Canada’s climate action plans and achievements up until this point, and it has discovered them genuinely…

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Climate Change – A Lawyer Wants Victoria To Adopt A law Against The Oil Companies Which Are Responsible For Increasing Climate Change

An environmental lawyer in Victoria wants British Columbia to follow the example of the Ontario Legislature, which is considering a…

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Are Bees And Birds On The Brink Of Extinction?

Recently, a French study showed that in France, the majority of the birds living in crops and fields disappeared. And…

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Amazonian Jungle Deforestation And Brazilian Reckless Agriculture Can Lead To Ecosystems And Biodiversity Problems In The Region

Brazil, the¬†owner of the largest green jungle in the world, the Amazonian jungle, was the country with the largest representation…

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