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Trees lose out to climate change | Climate | The Earth Times
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There aren’t many large forest animals in Europe, but the lack of forest is the main reason for that. Is it possible that more forest losses will take place because of the great storms cause d by climate change, the wildfires caused by global warming or the increased infection of many species by fungi?

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Radio Prague – Will climate change put at risk European bird species?
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The signs of climate change that Europe has been witnessing in the spring and summer of this year have severely impacted some of the country’s bird species. Persistent rain during the spring months, storms and heavy floods decimated the young population of white storks in an unprecedented measure. Many of the newly hatched young died […]

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Alberta Health issues algae advisory for Shiningbank Lake
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Alberta Health Services (AHS) is warning Albertans around Shiningbank Lake of a potential poison in the water due to Algae.

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5 Major Problems With Backyard Eggs
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In an effort to produce eggs in a “humane” manner, many people have opted to have their own backyard chickens, but is this really a better alternative? BE WARNED – this very informative piece has some very disturbing facts about the chicken industry….

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Istanbul mayor blames climate change for floods
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Kadir TopbasŸ has blamed climate change as he sought to justify flooding in the center of Istanbul as an apocalypse,” denouncing America and Europe for contaminating the world.

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Lake Superior, the Great Lakes and Europe Defy Climate Experts
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Lake Superior, the Great Lakes and Europe Defy Climate Experts, Lake Superior, Great Lakes, Europe, Climate Experts, water levels, global Warming, Earth’s average temperature has not risen in almost 18 years

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‘World’s first man-made leaves’
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‘World’s first man-made leaves’ could use photosynthesis to help astronauts breathe, reports The Independent. The Silk Leaf project uses chloroplasts from real plants suspended in silk proteins to create a hardy vehicle for photosynthesis. Check out The Independent Newspaper today – for a top class report

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Global decline of wildlife linked to child slavery
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New research suggests the global decline in wildlife is connected to an increase in human trafficking and child slavery. Ecologists say the shortage of wild animals means that in many countries more labour is now needed to find food. Children are often used to fill this need for cheap workers, especially in the fishing industry. […]

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