Second whale found dead in Thames in less than two weeks

Discovery of whales person near Gravesend follows deaths among young humpback this month A second whale has been were dead in the Thames less than 2 weeks after a humpback first find dive in the Thames 11 weeks ago. The…

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Two-thirds of bird species in North America could vanish in climate crisis

Continent could lose 389 of 604 genus studied to threats from rising temperatures, higher seas, heavy rains and urbanization Two-thirds of bird species in North America are at risk of extinction because of the report from investigates at the Audubon…

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Laid off and owed pay: the Kentucky miners blocking coal trains

The protest has tolerated for more than six weeks, gaining national attention and patronage from Bernie Sanders Harlan county, Kentucky, gave the nickname “Bloody Harlan” from a went on strike for 13 months when contract negotiations with Duke Power Company…

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Emu takes flight on California freeway before officers run it to ground

Bird saw after brief chase on US 99 near Fresno, leaving detectives unsure if escapee came from farm or moving vehicle Authorities in California captivated an emu which led men on a chase down a highway. The Fresno Bee Read…

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Capital in waiting: trepidation in corner of Borneo earmarked as the new Jakarta

Plan formally announced in August will see 1.5 million people move to brand-new asset, but both residents and conservationists have conveyed deep concerns Sugio’s orchard is his life’s work and a great source of pride for the 79 -year-old resident…

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Cuba drastically reforms fishing laws to protect coral reef, sharks and rays

Reforms will pressure Cuba to work more closely with its US neighbours in spite of US President Trumps frosty attitude Cuba has introduced sweeping reforms of its angling regulations in a move seen as smoothing the mode for possible collaboration…

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This Voracious, Unstoppable Bug Is Killing Off Vineyards

This story primarily appeared on Grist and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration . In Amityville, Pennsylvania, 10 hectares of grapevines sprawl across the family-owned Manatawny Creek Winery. Owner Darvin Levengood is no stranger to vineyard pests. But he…

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Turf it out: is it time to say goodbye to artificial grass?

Its neat, easy and a stunning 2bn global market. But as plastic grass makes over our cities, some told that it light-green exclusively in colour If your attention during the Women’s World Cup was on the tone rather than the…

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‘Time to rebel’: Greta Thunberg adds voice to new song by the 1975

On strips recent single, 16 -year-old activist advises young people to act on climate emergency the 1975. On a racetrack called The 1975, a version of which traditionally opens each of the British band’s albums, the 16 -year-old environmental activist…

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Singapore seizes record haul of smuggled elephant ivory

Nine tonnes of contraband tusks from about 300 swine found in illegal cargo from DRC Singapore has induced its largest ever seizure of smuggled tusk, confiscating a pull of nearly nine tonnes of contraband tusks from an estimated 300 elephants,…

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