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One-third of my country was underwater last month. The heaviest rains in almost a decade began and have still not abated. More than 1.5...

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Israel fish deaths linked to rapid warming of seas

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High temperatures and the persistent warming of oceans have triggered profound changes in marine ecosystems, but a new study suggests that the rate of...

Botswana says it has solved mystery of mass elephant die-off

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Hundreds of elephants died in Botswana earlier this year from ingesting toxins produced by cyanobacteria, according to government officials who say they will be...

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How coral transplants could rescue Turkey’s threatened reefs

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Transplanting coral is difficult work. "You only have 20 minutes to dive down 30 metres and transplant the coral to the correct part of...

Children urged to strike against lack of action on climate emergency

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Schoolchildren around the world are being urged to go on strike to protest against a lack of action on the climate crisis. Children and their...

Nine out of 10 UK households recycle regularly, study shows

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Nearly nine out of 10 UK households say they "regularly recycle", with more prepared to further change their lifestyles to help the environment, research...

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