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There may be a global revolt against plastic, but Danish toymaker Lego, famous for

Indonesia's most active volcano erupts, flight warning issued

Mount Merapi, the most active volcano in Indonesia, erupted

Packed California beaches prompt stricter virus measures

Governor Gavin Newsom tightened California’s coronavirus lockdown Monday, shutting

Six-fold jump in polar ice loss lifts global oceans

Greenland and Antarctica are shedding six times more ice

Australian summers grow longer due to climate change: study

Australian summers are lengthening by a 

UN calls for donations to tackle desert locusts in Africa

The UN undersecretary general for humanitarian affairs called on

Fever chart: Earth had its hottest decade on record in 2010s

The decade that just ended was by far the

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon up 85 percent in 2019

Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest in northern Brazil soared

Palau is first country to ban 'toxic' sun cream

The Pacific nation of Palau has become the first country to ban sun cream

Greenhouse gas levels in atmosphere hit new high in 2018: UN

Greenhouse gases levels in the 

Cyclone likely to hit Bangladesh Saturday evening; 1377 cyclone centers ready

Country’s southwestern coastal districts have taken all-out preparations and

Cyclone Bulbul: Maritime ports asked to hoist signal No 4

Maritime ports of Chattogram, Cox’s Bazar, Mongla and Payra

Chicago ranked as greenest place to work in U.S.

Chicago has been ranked as the greenest place to

Antarctic marine sanctuary talks deadlocked for 8th straight year

A multinational effort to create giant 

Greenpeace activists board Shell North Sea platforms

Greenpeace campaigners have boarded two 

Civil aviation aims for longterm CO2 reduction

International aviation officials meeting in

‘100,000’ march in Switzerland for climate action

Tens of thousands of people — around 

More than 100 dolphins die on island beach off West Africa

Authorities in the Cape Verde islands off West Africa are waiting for experts from Spain to help determine why more

Germany’s climate-stressed trees face ‘catastrophe’ as bugs attack

Germany’s forests have long been treasured by its people,

Brazil arrests 63, levies $8.7 million in fines over fires

 Brazil’s defense minister said on Monday 63 people

Novo Nordisk Bangladesh plants 1,000 trees

Novo Nordisk Bangladesh employees have planted 1,000 trees at Sir John Wilson School in

Climate change takes toll on oceans, ice: UN report

Humanity should brace for blowback fromoceans and frozen zones increasingly addled by climate change, a major UNreport will warn.Loading the

Rising sea levels put one-third Bangladeshis at risk of displacement: IMF

International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said Bangladesh is considered

Reduce waste, save money: France’s poorest city goes green

Making waves: US youngsters gear up for climate protests

For years, teenager Nora Gell from New York had

Dozens of tigers dead after confiscation from Thai temple

More than half of the 147 tigersconfiscated from a controversial Thai temple have died, park officials saidMonday, blaming genetic

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