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Afforestation of Africa threatens grasslands and savannahs

New research warns that Africa's tree-planting campaign poses a double jeopardy as it will damage ancient CO2-absorbing grass ecosystems while failing to fully restore...

What is tire pyrolysis and how does it affect health?

We introduce you to the term pyrolysis and how the process affects human health and nature. Tire pyrolysis is a process that uses high temperature...

Whales and dolphins are highly threatened by warming oceans

The consequences of climate change are increasingly threatening whales and dolphins, says a new report cited by DPA. The non-governmental organization "Conservation of whales and...

Large snails can be dangerous as pets

About two-thirds of at least 36 known snail pathogens can also infect humans. Large African snails up to 20 centimeters in length are experiencing a...

Why do frogs glow when it’s dark

Some frogs glow at dusk, using a fluorescent compound, scientists say In 2017, scientists announced a natural miracle, some frogs glow at dusk, using a...

The Mystery of the Blood Falls

This phenomenon is full of oddities When British geographer Thomas Griffith Taylor embarked on his daring journey across East Antarctica in 1911, his expedition encountered...

Canada to eliminate heat deaths – Trudeau

Trudeau government says Canada will eliminate deaths from extreme heat as it sets new goals to fight climate change The Canadian government unveiled its new...

Where in the Black Sea the dirty water from “Nova Kakhovka” went

Due to the large amount of precipitation throughout Europe, the water volumes coming from the Danube River are significantly superior in quantity to the...

PETA – after the animal skins, – the silk and wool

What are the substances that the organization believes should be banned Some may scoff at the environmentalists People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA),...

Authorities in Ireland will slaughter around 200,000 cattle to combat climate change

Ireland is considering slaughtering around 200,000 cattle over the next three years in a bid to meet its climate and global warming targets, DPA...
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