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Climate change could see 200 million move by 2050

Sep 14, 2021
Climate change could push more than 200 million people to leave their homes in the next three decades

PM Deuba initiates plantation campaign

Sep 1, 2021
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has kicked off a ‘Civil Service Employees Plantation Campaign’ on the occasion of Civil Service Day, today.

Eye size of birds sensitivity to environmental change: Study

Aug 10, 2021
A new study shows the eye size of birds can reveal broad patterns of their biology and behavior, including where they live,

Indonesia's volcanic mountain erupts

Aug 9, 2021
A volcanic eruption on Indonesia’s turbulent Mount Merapi churned and boiled Monday, sending renewed flows of lava and ash down its slopes for a second day

NC asks the government to resolve BPKIHS’ issues

Jul 9, 2021
The Nepali Congress has blamed the government for not taking any efforts to resolve the problems of BPKIHS Dharan.

California hindering algae threat for sea animals

Jul 8, 2021
For the first time, scientists say they have seen a species of bright green algae growing in the waters off California and they are hoping it’s the last.

Water level will increase if global warming continues: Experts

Jul 7, 2021
Experts have warned that the water level would go up by 8-12 percent by 2050 if the current situation of global warming continued to rise due to climate change.

As summit ends, G-7 urged to deliver on vaccines, climate

Jun 13, 2021
The Group of Seven leaders aim to end their first summit in two years with a punchy set of promises Sunday, including vaccinating the world against coronavirus, making huge corporations pay their fair share of taxes and tackling climate change

Sri Lanka seeks initial $40M from cargo ship’s operator

Jun 12, 2021
Sri Lanka is seeking an interim claim of $40 million from the operator of a fire-ravaged cargo ship to cover part of the cost of fighting the blaze, officials said Saturday

Darwin’s Arch loses its top due to erosion in Galapagos

May 19, 2021
The famed Darwin’s Arch in the Galapagos Islands has lost its top, and officials are blaming natural erosion of the stone




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