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ADB and UNDP collaborate with AEPC for 4.8 MW energy

Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC), under the Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation (MoEWRI), and United Nations Development Prog...

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Confirmation on the ban of single-use plastic in Wales

The Welsh Government has confirmed of the plan to ban single-use plastic.

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The rich are primarily to blame for the global climate crisis

According to a study by the University of Leeds of 86 countries, the rich are primarily to blame for the global climate crisis.

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Tsunami risk to Falklands due to ancient slope failures

According to scientist, the Falkland Islands may at some point in the future face a major tsunami. Evidence of ancient slope failures on the seafloor...

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US cities losing 36 million trees anually

According to a recent study, trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 12 C. But trees in US cities are sinking. 

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A nearly extinct bird returning to England for the first time in several hundred years

After a successful breeding programme in Oxfordshire, The white stork, nearly extinct bird in Britain is returning to the wild in the south of England...

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Greenland and Antarctica losing ice six times faster

Due to the warming conditions, Greenland and Antarctica are losing ice six times faster than they n the 1990s. 

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New rules might be the end of throwaway culture

New rules and regulations might be the end of throwaway culture of everyday items such as mobile phones, textiles, electronics, batteries, constructio...

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Million of seagrass seeds are being planted in Britain

As part of Britain's largest project to save the "wonder plant", million of seagrass seeds are being planted. 

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2019/2020 winter the warmest on record for Europe

Europe experiences exceptionally warm winter as the 2019/2020 winter has been the warmest on record with average temperatures 1.4C above the previous...