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G20 leaders pay respects at Gandhi memorial as they wrap up summit
G20 leaders paid their respects to Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi as their summit came to a close Sunday, a day after the group added a new member and reached an agreement on a range of issues but softened their language on Russia's war in Ukraine.
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The return of the wolf in Europe is a "real danger" to livestock and human life, the European Commission warned Monday as it announced plans to review the species' protection status.
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In parts of the ocean so deep that light cannot penetrate, billions of fist-sized rocks called polymetallic nodules containing copper, nickel, iron, manganese, cobalt and rare earths lace the seabed.
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At least 1.2 million plant and animal species are estimated to be at risk of extinction, many of them before 2100.
Greek wildfires destroyed an area bigger than London in July
The climate-fuelled wildfires unleashed the same CO2 emissions last month as over 222,000 cars driven in a year.
Swiss researchers employ drones to monitor rainforest
The team’s project has reached the finals of the global XPRIZE Rainforest competition which encourages the development of technology to measure and monitor the rainforest ecosystem.
Vinsobres: The climate-resilient wine region with a green secret
This French winemaking commune utilises oak and olive trees to preserve biodiversity and mitigate climate impacts.
Medical residue in water: what are the impacts and solutions?
Taking a painkiller to cure a headache might seem quite harmless. But many of the medicines we take can have far-reaching impacts on the environment, wildlife and potentially our own health.
No second chance if Nature Restoration Law falls, warns Timmermans
The European Commission is closely following the legislative discussions around the Nature Restoration Law.
MEPs vote down the Nature Restoration Law, threatening its survival
The European Parliament's environment committee on Tuesday voted down an amended version of the Nature Restoration Law.
EU countries vote to move forward with Nature Restoration Law
The Nature Restoration Law, which has attracted enormous controversy, was on Tuesday endorsed by EU member states.
How will the UN's historic 'high seas' treaty protect marine life?
Greenpeace’s Chris Thorne has called the treaty “a win for all life on this planet.”
Nature Restoration Law survives crucial vote but uncertainty remains
The Nature Restoration Law, a key piece of the European Green Deal, sets legally binding targets to rehabilitate degraded habitats and lost species.
Will factory farming cause the next pandemic?
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In photos: 7 endangered species Europe is on the verge of losing
Global wildlife populations have plummeted by 69 per cent on average since 1970.
Earth is being pushed past its safe limits for humans, scientists say
Most planetary boundaries are now beyond safe and just limits putting life on Earth in the 'danger zone'.
Almost half world’s species seeing rapid population decline - study
New research has found the "sustained demographic declines" among animal populations are more alarming than previously thought.
Pay people €5 a day to keep biodiversity loss at bay, new study finds
A conservation basic income can yield vital results for nature, for less money than governments spend subsidising fossil fuels and destructive industries.