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Pineapple Agroforestry To Reverse Changes In Climate?

Pineapple Agroforestry can be the answer to combat the rapidly changing climate. Modern society has contributed largely to the change of climates. It has...

Kinnaur Under Grave Threat From Unchecked Development And Climate Change

The unchecked development in the ecologically fragile district of Kinnaur in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh has led to large-scale devastation. Climate change...

Sea Of Marmara Choking From Sea Snot Caused By Pollution

A thick, slimy blanket of sludge that has swamped the Sea of Marmara threatens its aquatic industry and marine life. This film, known as...

Sierra Nevada Red Fox Declared Endangered: Another Victim Of Climate Change

This slender, bushy-tailed animal has been a victim of wildfires, drought, and habitat destruction. Now the Sierra Nevada red fox has been designated a...

The Keeling Curve Prize: Seeking Out Initiatives That Prevent The Release Of Greenhouse Gases

The Keeling Curve Prize seeks out and finds the best solutions for the climate across the world. Projects that have a proven track record...

The Drying Of The Great Salt Lake Could Have Disastrous Ecological Consequences

The Great Salt Lake is drying up at an alarming rate and its volume has decreased by close to 50%, which is a 170-year...

Mont Blanc: The Location Of An Unstable Glacier

Italy's scientists are continuously monitoring a melting glacier of the Mont Blanc massif, which has the risk of collapse due to the increasing temperatures.  The...

Yellowstone National Park Facing Permanent Change As It Gradually Loses Snow Cover

Almost 150 years after it was designated as the first national park in the US, the 3,472 square kilometers Yellowstone National Park is facing...

Newtok: Ancient Alaskan Village Gradually Goes Underwater Due To Climate Change

Homes in the village of Newtok, Alaska along the Ninglick river are being abandoned as they have come dangerously close to the disintegrating river...

Madagascar Famine: Attributed To Unanticipated Climate Change

Madagascar might be experiencing its first “climate change famine” as stated by the UN. Thousands of people are suffering from extreme levels of hunger...

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