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Global warming boosted the cause of bushfires by at least 30%

Scientists have published the role of climate change in the recent Australian bushfires where it says global warming boosted the risk of the hot, dry...

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Deadly rain and landslides in Brazil

After torrential rain and landslides hit coastal areas in the states of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro of Brazil, at least 23 people have died and more...

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Scientists discovered microplastic on the highest mountain in Wales

Scientists have discovered microplastic on the highest mountain in Wales, Snowdon.

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Dramatic decline in pollution levels in China

NASA's satellite images have shown a dramatic decline in pollution levels over China as the country is facing economic slowdown due to Coronovirus out...

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Food waste used to help grow more food in Oxfordshire

Tonnes of food waste are thrown all around the world. But in Oxfordshire, England food waste used to help grow more food. 

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Waste to energy project launched in Indonesia

Indonesia dumps the second-most plastic into the world’s oceans but a new Danish-Indonesian collaboration hopes to change this.

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Summer of dramatic weather changes: Snowfall in mountainous parts of Tasmania, Australia

Australia was recently facing huge bushfire but now it has faced dramatic weather change.

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Shrewsbury's flooding can reach the highest level ever

Shrewsbury, England had warnings that flooding in the area could reach its "highest ever" level as parts of a town centre are under water.

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Deadly earthquake hits Turkey and Iran

5.7 magnitude of quake centered on the Iranian border village of Habash-e Olya.

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Highest river levels ever recorded in Wales

Wales which was hit by two storm (Ciara and Dennis) recently, now has some of the highest river levels ever recorded.