The Russian energy giant Gazprom is poised to continue olympic environmental ravages begun in Sochi, the capital city of Circassia.
As another winter sports season begins, we look at the effects of climate change on a $70bn global industry.
My childhood was rather colorful. The privilege of growing up in both the city and village made me appreciate the beauty and importance of nature.
Home gardens were once an indispensable element of the British urban residential streets. Yet recently these tiny private enclaves of greenery are under the threat of disappearing.
The effects of this will be two-fold. The first is that production levels themselves will peak, making the extraction of remaining oil supplies far more difficult and expensive.
A lethal combination of poverty, unregulated development, harmful fishing practices, and political indifference has led to the probable extinction of the Yangtze river dolphin in China. But water spec
The earth’s ecosystem is on the brink of disaster warned a report commissioned by the UN, funded by the World Bank, conducted by over 1,300 leading scientists from 95 countries, and launched at the
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