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'Sinking' Pacific nation is getting bigger: study 'Sinking' Pacific nation is getting bigger: study

The study findings may seem counter-intuitive, given that (the) sea level has been rising in the region over the past half century


Axing fossil fuel subsidies scant help on climate: study Axing fossil fuel subsidies scant help on climate: study

Removing fossil fuel subsidies would only slightly slow the growth of CO2 emissions


World's loneliest bird Nigel dies in New Zealand World's loneliest bird Nigel dies in New Zealand

The anti-social avian fell in love with one of the decoys on Mana Island and was seen preening, nestling and even trying to mate with it


Great Barrier Reef: Swimming deaths prompt new safety rules

Great Barrier Reef deaths prompt new rules

The rules are a response the deaths of 10 people - including at least four foreign tourists - on the reef in 2016


Red pandas rescued in Laos stir fears over exotic pet trade Red pandas rescued in Laos stir fears over exotic pet trade

Discussions are ongoing over where the creatures will live once fully recovered


Cape Town now faces dry taps by May 11 Cape Town now faces dry taps by May 11

The previous forecast for "Day Zero" was April 16


Plastic pollution: Scientists' plea on threat to ocean giants Microplastics threat to ocean giants

Estimates suggest some whales may be ingesting hundreds of fragments of plastic a day


Heaviest snowfall on record blankets Moscow Record snowfall blankets Moscow

Despite the disruption, many people on social media just seem happy to see a "real Russian winter" again after the unseasonal thaws of previous years


Sea ice alert continues in China's Liaodong Bay Sea ice alert continues in China's Liaodong Bay

The NMEFC forecast that the ice will remain for the next three days


Low-lying Marshall Islands brace for tidal floods Low-lying Marshall Islands brace for tidal floods

King tides, which are extremely high tides, are a natural phenomenon early in the year in the Marshall Islands


How wastewater injection depth causes earthquakes How wastewater injection depth causes earthquakes

The amount of wastewater injected and the depth are key to understanding the quake outbreak since 2009 in Oklahoma (US)


Polar bears can't catch enough seals to stay fed: study Polar bears can't catch enough seals to stay fed: study

Researchers found that polar bear metabolism is 1.6 times higher than prior estimates


Guatemala volcano eruption subsides after 20 hours

Guatemala volcano eruption subsides after 20 hours

The eruption of the Volcan de Fuego has sent ash towering 1.7 kilometers into the sky and raining down on at least eight communities


Galapagos hosts nursery for new species of giant tortoise Galapagos hosts nursery for new species of giant tortoise

Crowded under a rock in the Galapagos archipelago, the baby tortoises wait for the sun to go down to leave their shelter


Genetic secret of English salmon Genetic secret of English salmon

Scientists argue that the fish may need greater protection, because they would be impossible to replace with salmon from elsewhere in Europe

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