Environment/Science
Environment/Science
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Study reveals increased West Antarctic ice sheet melting ‘unavoidable’

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet will continue to increase its rate of melting over the rest of the century, no matter how much we reduce fossil fuel use, according to British Antarctic Surve ...

Another magnitude 6.3 earthquake hits Afghanistan's Herat

A second earthquake has hit Afghanistan's Herat region which experienced a magnitude 6.3 quake a few days ago that left over 2,000 people dead.

Hottest September on record puts 2023 on track to be warmest year ever

This September was the hottest one ever and 2023 is firmly set to be the warmest year on record, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Thursday, citing data from the Europea ...

Viet Nam: UN rights office condemns crackdown on climate activists

The UN human rights office, OHCHR, on Friday expressed grave concern at the spate of recent arrests and convictions of human rights defenders pushing for clean energy reforms in Viet Nam. ...

'Green' Energy in Uzbekistan: Prospects of solar and wind power plants by Abdullajon Оtabaev

Uzbekistan has a very high potential in the use of renewable energy sources. According to the estimates of the International Energy Agency and the United Nations Economic Commission for E ...

Study reveals extreme heat likely to wipe out humans and mammals in distant future

A new study shows unprecedented heat is likely to lead to the next mass extinction since the dinosaurs died out, eliminating nearly all mammals in some 250 million years time.

‘Humanity has opened the gates to hell’ warns Guterres as climate coalition demands action

“Horrendous heat is having horrendous effects”, the UN chief declared on Wednesday, as a broad global coalition of “movers and doers” politicians, business and civ ...

University of Queensland researchers are trying to develop plastic that can break down in seawater

University of Queensland researchers are developing a plastic that breaks down in seawater to help turn the tide on marine waste.

Environmental champion hails rivers as ‘arteries of our planet’

Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh traded the ocean for New York State’s Hudson River, declaring at the end of his epic 517 kilometre journey downriver on Wednesday that “we can nev ...