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IEA sees ‘major’ oil supply surplus emerging by 2030

Paris, France (AFP) - The world is likely to have a "major surplus" of oil by 2030 as production is ramped up while the clean…
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Athens Acropolis to close during hottest hours Wednesday amid heatwave

Athens, Greece (AFP) - The Athens Acropolis, Greece's most visited tourist site, will close to the public during the hottest hours of Wednesday as a…
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Climate misinformation overshadows record floods worldwide

By Manon JACOB | AFP Washington, United States - Climate skeptics are scapegoating a weather modification technique known as cloud seeding to deny the role…
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Iceland grants whaling license for 2024 season: govt

Reykjavik, Iceland (AFP) - Iceland's government said Tuesday that it had granted a license to hunt 128 fin whales for the country's sole whaler amid…
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North China bakes under searing heatwave

By Matthew WALSH | AFP Beijing, China - An extreme heat warning was in place in Beijing on Tuesday, with temperatures soaring across northern China…
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Dengue, mosquito-borne diseases rising in Europe: EU agency

Stockholm, Sweden (AFP) - Cases of dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases are rising significantly in Europe as climate change creates warmer conditions that help invasive…
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Climate change widening Asia’s education gap

By Ranjit Devraj, SciDev.Net As temperatures in India’s national capital region hovered above a scorching 47 degrees Celsius in mid-May, authorities ordered the closure of…
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EU puts digital Earth in orbit for climate-change fight

Helsinki, Finland (AFP) - A software model of Earth, meant to simulate and monitor environmental hazards while findings ways to mitigate climate change, began its…
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We’ve measured the cost of unsustainable industrial fishing on coastal communities – and it’s vast

By Miren Gutiérrez, The Conversation Shark finning – the practice of removing the fins from a captured shark and discarding the rest, often still alive, back…
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Civil Society Organizations Unveil “Principles for a Fair JETP” Framework Ahead of G7 Summit

A coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) from South Africa, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Senegal has launched the 'Principles for a Fair Just Energy Transition Partnership…
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Air pollution linked to 135 million premature deaths: study

Singapore, Singapore (AFP) - Pollution from man-made emissions and other sources like wildfires have been linked to around 135 million premature deaths worldwide between 1980…
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Swiss approve law boosting renewable energy generation

By Agnes PEDRERO | AFP Geneva, Switzerland - Switzerland approved a law on Sunday aimed at accelerating the development of renewable energies, as part of…
SourceSourceJune 9, 2024 Read More