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A new study: Plastic pollution can build up in the bodies of seabirds

According to a new study, plastic pollution can build up in the bodies of seabirds which increases their danger they face in the wild. 

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Bill proposes: Ban on exporting plastic waste to developing countries

Under a new law, exporting polluting plastic waste to developing countries will be banned or restricted.

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Amazon and Flipkart, needs to establish a system for collecting back the plastic waste

According to the the Central Pollution Control Board, Amazon and Flipkart, the E-commerce giants in India needs to establish a system for collecting b...

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Rising temperature: More heat-related illnesses and new diseases

According to the expert, warming temperatures could mean more heat-related illnesses and new diseases.

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Powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake struck the Caribbean

A powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake has struck in the Caribbean which hit between Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Cuba at a depth of 10 km. 

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£1 billion to reduce Sainsbury's carbon emissions to zero

Sainsbury's, the second largest supermarket chain in the UK, has promised to reduce its net carbon emissions to zero over the next 20 years.

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Protection of wildlife species in Wales

For many species, Wales is proven haven.

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Finland pledged to make carbon-neutral by 2035

Finland has pledged to make the country carbon-neutral by 2035.

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Platypus on brink of extinction

Due to the devastating drought of Australia, the globally unique and iconic mammal platypus is having a critical impact.

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India facing the worst water crisis in history

Insufficient rainfall has led to drought and scarcity in India.