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World's deepest lake in peril, scientists warn By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 19th October, 2017, 14:28

Holding one-fifth of the world's unfrozen fresh water, Baikal in Russia's Siberia is a natural wonder of "exceptional value to evolutionary science"

World's deepest lake in peril, scientists warn

More trees, better farming could slash carbon emissions: study More trees, better farming could slash carbon emissions: study

Natural climate solutions could reduce emissions by 11.3 billion tons per year by 2030, which is equivalent to halting the burning of oil


Living near a forest is good for brain Living near a forest is good for brain

It is already known that city people are at a higher risk of psychiatric illnesses such as depression and schizophrenia than country dwellers


Melting ice making Greenland sea less saline, affecting marine life Melting ice making Greenland sea less saline, affecting marine life

Scientists from Aarhus University in Denmark have unveiled the long-term impact of the melting of the Greenland ice sheet


Choking smoke over San Francisco leads to 15 percent flight delays, schools closed Choking smoke over San Francisco leads to 15 percent flight delays, schools closed

The region has endured days of choking smoke and claimed at least 31 lives and demolished thousands of homes and businesses


Thousands of penguin chicks starve in Antarctica Thousands of penguin chicks starve in Antarctica

Four years ago, the same colony, which numbered 20,196 pairs at the time, failed to produce a single chick


Pangolin trade forces Ghana to look at new wildlife laws Pangolin trade forces Ghana to look at new wildlife laws

More than 31,000 kilograms of scales from the nocturnal mammal have been seized across the world this year, according to IFAW


As Paris climate goals recede, geoengineering looms larger As Paris climate goals recede, geoengineering looms larger

With a single degree Celsius of warming so far, a crescendo of impacts -- including tropical storms engorged by rising seas


NGOs slam UN aviation agency plan for biofuels NGOs slam UN aviation agency plan for biofuels

Some 82 million tonnes of biofuels a year are currently used in transport of all kinds worldwide


Anthrax may have killed 100 hippos in Namibia Anthrax may have killed 100 hippos in Namibia

Images from the national park in Namibia show dozens of lifeless hippos, some flat on their backs, others with just their heads visible above water


Iraqi animal lovers go online to help save Baghdad's strays Iraqi animal lovers go online to help save Baghdad's strays

Homeless animals typically face cruelty or even extermination on the streets of the city


Black rhino to soon make a comeback to Chad after South Africa deal Black rhino to soon make a comeback to Chad after South Africa deal

Environment ministers from both countries signed MoU 'which will allow for the translocation of six black rhino from South Africa to Chad'


Italy's high-rise forests take root around the world Italy's high-rise forests take root around the world

The architect Stefano Boeri, the Bosco Verticale uses more than 20,000 trees and plants to adorn the high-rise buildings from top to bottom


Prince Charles warns 'plastic on the menu' in world's fish Prince Charles warns 'plastic on the menu' in world's fish

With eight million tonnes of plastic waste entering the oceans annually, the world must switch from "throw-away, lifestyles" to a recycling economy


Dinosaur fossil found in Thailand Dinosaur fossil found in Thailand

The dinosaur was estimated to be about 100 million years old with its size believed to be the biggest ever found in Thailand


Fossil of Thailand’s biggest ever dinosaur found Fossil of Thailand’s biggest ever dinosaur found

More than 20 pieces of the fossil of the herbivorous dinosaur have been discovered

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