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File - Antarctica's Mt. Balfour splits the lower reaches of Fleming Glacier, with tidewater glacier terminus in foreground.
Antarctic Ice   Climate Change   Global Warming   Photos   Wikipedia: Larsen Ice Shelf  
 The Guardian 
Melting and cracking – is Antarctica falling apart?
Although fracturing and surface melting on the Larsen C ice shelf might sound like indicators of climate change, these processes are natural | Play Video | 0:30 | Science | Melting and cracking – is... (photo: NASA / Joe MacGregor)
Volkswagen car logo on the hood of a Volkswagen vehicle. Taken on March 2017.
Interpol   Martin Winterkorn   Photos   VW scandal   Wikipedia : Volkswagen emissions scandal  
 The Times Of India 
Interpol seeks five ex-VW managers over emissions fraud -Sueddeutsche
BERLIN, June 22 (Reuters) - The United States has issued international arrest warrants for five former Volkswagen managers accused of wrongdoing in connection with the carmaker's diesel emissions-chea... (photo: WN / RTayco)
Annular solar eclipse on October 3, 2005  The Times Of India 
US to experience rare total solar eclipse
WASHINGTON: For the first time in almost a century the United States is preparing for a coast-to-coast solar eclipse, a rare celestial event millions of Americans, with caution, will be able to observ... (photo: Creative Commons)
NASA   Photos   Solar Eclipse   USA   Wikipedia: Solar eclipse  
File - A Somali woman displaced by the drought, arrives at the camp in the Kaxda area on the outskirts of Mogadishu, Somalia, Friday April 14, 2017.  Al Jazeera 
Sudanese scientist battles climate change in Africa
Balgis Osman-Elasha is renowned for studying climate change effects in the Horn of Africa and seeking solutions. ... ... (photo: AP / Farah Abdi Warsameh)
Africa Drought   Climate Change   Environmental Disaster   Photos   Wikipedia: Climate change and agriculture  
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File - Illustration of an asteroid impact event with planet Earth WorldNews.com
Scientist: Not A Question Of If, But When, Asteroid Strikes Earth, Destroys Cities
| The likelihood of an asteroid strike on Earth is just a matter of time, scientists say, and the damage caused by such a strike would destroy major cities, Press Trust o... (photo: NASA)
Asteroid Day   Asteroid Impact Avoidance   Photos   Queen's University Belfast   Wikipedia: Asteroid impact avoidance  
Dust storm on planet Mars Deccan Chronicle
Nasa wants to colonise Mars soon, says US space scientist
Chennai: Though the scientific community is filled with enthusiasm about the Nasa’s new findings of the earth like planets in the universe, the US space organisatio... (photo: Creative Commons / Dmytr0)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory   Mars Planet   NASA   Photos  
2005/04/20 Band of Rubble - This artist´s animation illustrates a massive asteroid belt in orbit  around a star the same age and size as our Sun. Evidence for this possible  belt was discovered by NASA´s Spitzer Space Telescope when it spotted WorldNews.com
Satellite Services Company Developed Technology That Will Clean Up Space Debris
| Singapore-based satellite services company Astroscale recruited a team of experts known as “Space Sweepers” to develop technology that will destroy space debris and... (photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech)
Astroscale   Photos   Space Debris   Space Sweepers   Wikipedia: Space debris  
Bill Clinton in 3 Decembre 2012, ASHP Midyear Meeting at Las Vegas,  Nevada, USA CNN
Bill Clinton urges globalism in age of Trump
Washington (CNN)Former President Bill Clinton stressed the need for the US and non-government organizations to continue efforts of globalism and interconnectivity despite... (photo: Creative Commons / Bert Kaufmann)
Bill Clinton   Globalism   Photos   Syrian Refugee Crisis   Wikipedia: Bill Clinton  
A fire fighting aircraft drops water over a fire outside the village of Pedrogao Grande central Portugal, Monday, June 19, 2017. More than 2,000 firefighters in Portugal battled Monday to contain major wildfires in the central region of the country. The Guardian
Questions being asked about high death toll as Portugal battles to control fire
Authorities aim to have the country’s devastating wildfire, which has killed at least 64 people, in hand within 24 hours | Portugal | Questions being asked about high d... (photo: AP / Paulo Duarte)
Firefighting   Natural Disaster   Photos   Portugal Wildfires   Wikipedia: 2017 Portugal wildfires  
Close-up of a dinosaur eye in an exhibit Newsweek
Huge Volcanic Eruptions Triggered the Dawn of the Dinosaurs
The dawn of the dinosaurs was triggered by huge volcanic eruptions that lasted for 200,000 years, scientists have discovered. | The Triassic–Jurassic extinction event 2... (photo: Creative Commons / Gage Skidmore)
Dinosaurs   Jurassic extinction   Photos   Volcanic Eruptions   Wikipedia : Dinosaurs  
File - Bleached Acropora (branching) coral (foreground) and normal colony (background), Keppel Islands, Great Barrier Reef. The Guardian
Worst global coral bleaching event eases, as experts await next one
US researchers believe worst event on record is ending but fear coral won’t recover in time before oceans warm again | Coral | Worst global coral bleaching event eases,... (photo: Creative Commons)
Coral Bleaching   El Nino   Great Barrier Reef   Photos   Wikipedia: Coral bleaching  
Environmental Issues Climate Change
- Forest Department aims to plant 4 crore saplings within one
- IMPACT JOURNALISM DAY: Indian start-up’s artful pollution
- Concern for the environment
- Kokako forest cameras
File - Antarctica's Mt. Balfour splits the lower reaches of Fleming Glacier, with tidewater glacier terminus in foreground.
Melting and cracking – is Antarctica falling apart?
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- As de Blasio Urges Emissions Cuts, Key Climate Posts Sit Emp
- Watch this ruling: It could affect coal and climate reviews
- Watch this ruling: It could affect coal and climate reviews
- No added jail time for climate-change protester in Burlingto
File - Antarctica's Mt. Balfour splits the lower reaches of Fleming Glacier, with tidewater glacier terminus in foreground.
Melting and cracking – is Antarctica falling apart?
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Global Warm Pollution
- Predator! Arnold Schwarzenegger swoops in for a kiss on Fren
- Editorials from around New England
- Al Franken had to explain the scientific method to Rick Perr
- Arizona's Heat Wave Is Extreme Enough To Destroy Human S
File - Bleached Acropora (branching) coral (foreground) and normal colony (background), Keppel Islands, Great Barrier Reef.
Worst global coral bleaching event eases, as experts await next one
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- Editorials from around New England
- If You Can’t Ban Cars Downtown, Just Take Away The Parking
- Sadiq Khan: Gove must get a grip on 'life and death'
- From heatwaves to hurricanes, floods to famine: seven climat
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Chemicals Ecology
- Drug company criticised over 800pc price hike for narcolepsy
- You have to check out Gerard Way’s DOOM PATROL playlist
- U cancer center evacuated after chemical spill
- A German White Woman With An Insane Chemical Tan Insists She
French fries - Potato
Attention, fried food lovers. It’s official. French fries can kill you
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- Untreated waste polluting Gomti, treated one’s also be
- Xi stresses reform, development, stability during inspection
- Mark Woods: We don’t have to see into future to see what c
- Shrinking Whales An Early Warning That Their Populations Wer
File - A Somali woman displaced by the drought, arrives at the camp in the Kaxda area on the outskirts of Mogadishu, Somalia, Friday April 14, 2017.
Sudanese scientist battles climate change in Africa
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Nature Natural Disasters
- Video: Understanding the nature (and future) of board game d
- Shrinking Whales An Early Warning That Their Populations Wer
- Some safety tips on handling sharks
- Some safety tips on handling sharks
Staff of Ueno Zoo Mikako Kaneko points a giant panda ShinShin holds her newborn cub in her mouth at Ueno Zoo in Tokyo. Monday, June 12, 2017.
'It's a girl!': Tokyo zoo announces baby panda's sex
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- More than 2500 felt light earthquake in Wellington
- Thousands feel light shake near Wellington
- Earthquake, the dog found buried alive, had a brain tumour:
- Warning Signs Point To Major Earthquake On San Andreas Fault
Greece-Turkey border crossing, 12 June 2015
6.2-magnitude earthquake shakes Turkey, Greece; 10 injured
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