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Spectacular Rebirth of Belize’s coral reefs threatened by tourism and development
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The Guardian Newspaper says Report reveals improvement but also details danger posed by tourist-generated pollution, oil extraction and climate change. Just below the surface of the turquoise sea, coral flutters majestically amid schools of puffed up porcupinefish and fluorescent blue and yellow angelfish. The gangly staghorn and fanning elkhorn corals are thriving in swimming distance […]

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Extreme Weather in Europe – More Frequent
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Bob Berwyn of Pacific Standard reports that extreme weather is becoming more frequent – and more expensive – in Europe. Without doubt our golbal warming trajectory is gaining pace and as has been prophesied by Professor James Lovelock as now unstoppable and the results of it are going to be catastrophic for the human race. […]

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Antartic Meltdown – Ice wall 225sq.miles breakaway
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Expected to raise sea-levels by 4ft. when it melts, a highly important glacier in Antarctica, the Pine Island Glacier, was found to be melting from inside out, which suggests that the ocean is weakening ice on the continental edges. The glacier is part of the ice shelf binding the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and is one […]

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Mary Robinson: Climate change compounds El Nino drought in Africa
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Imet men, women and children who were hungry and malnourished on my recent trip to the drought stricken Tigray region of northernEthiopia. It was shocking as it always is to see mothers and fathers struggling to feed their children. But it is not desperation or even my own dismay that shapes my memories; it is […]

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Life on the front line of climate change
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As signs of intensifying climate change are seen in Europe, researchers are looking into how life will change for people who live in the Arctic, and helping to count the global economic cost of the ever-increasing loss of sea ice. In northwest Greenland, many of the region’s native Inuit maintain a strong connection to the […]

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Is a traumatic sense of loss freezing action against climate change?
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Despite a growing body of evidence that climate change is wreaking havoc on our environment and psyches, many people still resist making small lifestyle changes that may help mitigate disaster. The logic of climate science has not shaken enough people from their apparent complacency; neither has fear. So what will? Washington State–based thanatologist Kriss Kevorkian—a […]

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Image of Poached Turtle Without a Shell Will Inspire You to Act for the Oceans!
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Given the fact that the world has lost 52 percent of its wildlife in the past four decades alone, we are rapidly approaching that tipping point, and Earth is now considered to be in the midst of its sixth mass extinction event. … In an emotional …

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Saudi Prince Urges Reforms to End Kingdom's 'Addiction' to Oil
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The 31-year-old prince gave assured answers to questions on the plan, and appeared to pitch his comments to appeal across the Saudi social spectrum, and in particular to young people, who face unemployment and an economic downturn despite their country …

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