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   Environment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
Extreme wildfires are here to stay - and multiply

An aerial view shows a deforested plot of the Amazon near Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, Sept 17, 2019. Reuters Indonesia`s peatlands, California`s forests, and, now, vast swathes of Argentine wetland have all been ravaged by extreme wildfires, heralding a fiery future and the dire need to prevent it. With climate change triggering droughts and farmers clearing forests, the number of extreme wildfires .....
How billions in infrastructure funding could worsen global warming
John Kerry, US climate envoy, tells top polluters `we all must move faster`
India proposes new wording on phasing coal `down` not `out`
How `cool roofs` can help fight climate change
G20 leaders to commit to tackle `existential` climate challenge
Fossil fuel drilling plans undermine climate pledges, UN report warns
How hungry sea otters affect the sex lives of sea grass
E-waste destroying soil, human fertility making world heated
`Many G7 member countries polluting Earth`
17% people are dying due to world temperature
How to prepare for hurricane season and evacuations
Taiwan prays for rain and scrambles to save water
Bangladesh losing battle to save endangered vultures: breeding difficulty at zoo



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     Environment
Extreme wildfires are here to stay - and multiply
How billions in infrastructure funding could worsen global warming
John Kerry, US climate envoy, tells top polluters `we all must move faster`
India proposes new wording on phasing coal `down` not `out`
How `cool roofs` can help fight climate change
G20 leaders to commit to tackle `existential` climate challenge
Fossil fuel drilling plans undermine climate pledges, UN report warns
How hungry sea otters affect the sex lives of sea grass
E-waste destroying soil, human fertility making world heated
`Many G7 member countries polluting Earth`
17% people are dying due to world temperature
How to prepare for hurricane season and evacuations
Taiwan prays for rain and scrambles to save water
Bangladesh losing battle to save endangered vultures: breeding difficulty at zoo

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