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According to the European Drought Observatory, nearly half of the EU's territory falls under the so-called "warning" drought conditions, exhibiting a significant deficit of soil moisture.
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The third annual Finnish Arctic Tree Hugging Championship took place on August 20, in Levi, Kittilä, Lapland.
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An eruption near the site of the Mount Fagradalsfjall volcano began Wednesday in Iceland, spewing red lava and plumes of smoke.
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As Europe battles wildfires, Italy is deploying sensors on trees that can detect blazes and alert authorities before it’s too late.
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Check out the best of this year's Urban Wildlife Photography Awards
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Simba the lion: Russian wildlife trade victim begins new life in Italy
Rescued in distress from a Moscow suburb, the lion cub was nursed back to health and nearly two years later has now arrived at a wildlife sanctuary in Tuscany.
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The last known ‘fantastic giant tortoise’ was found in 1906. Now, scientists have discovered another one.
Climate activists hope stronger EU laws will protect forests
Logging and toxic border policies are putting pressure on Europe’s forests.
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Ocean Calls is making a comeback with a new season premiering on March 2nd. Get ready to plunge into a myriad of scintillating subjects, including underwater noise pollution, the future of sharks, and marine protected areas.
Unpredictable volcano in the Philippines spews out 1km-long ash cloud
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Nature restoration: Why climate activists have high hopes for the EU
The European Commission is scheduled to finally unveil its proposal to restore the bloc's nature later this month. Here's what NGOs said should be the bare minimum.
5,000-year-old giant: How long does the world’s oldest tree have left?
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In a bid to bring tourists back to Vietnam, the nation’s government has constructed the longest glass-bottomed bridge in the world.
Hawaii residents beg tourists to stop visiting in post-pandemic boom
Tens of thousands of extra tourists are making Hawaii’s roads, beaches and restaurants practically unusable.
How to replace invasive plants with native plants in your garden
Avoid any plant advertised as “vigorous,” “fast-spreading,” “quick-climbing” or a “rapid self-sower,” which are marketers’ code words for invasive.