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Ian ruins man-made reefs, brings algae bloom to Florida

Hurricane Ian not only ravaged southwest Florida on land but was destructive underwater as well. It destroyed man-made reefs and brought along red tide, the harmful alg

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Erhai Forum calls on joint efforts in ecological protection amid mounting challenges

Participants of a forum held in southwest China's Yunnan Province have called on the international community to join hands in response to the alarming environmental cri

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75% of people want single-use plastics banned, global survey finds

Three in four people worldwide want single-use plastics to be banned as soon as possible, according to a poll released on Tuesday, as United Nations members prepare to

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75% of people want single-use plastics banned, global survey finds

Three in four people worldwide want single-use plastics to be banned as soon as possible, according to a poll released on Tuesday, as United Nations members prepare to

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Not just humans: Study finds NYC Omicron spike hit deer too

When New York City's COVID-19 rates spiked last December due to the emerging Omicron variant, humans weren't the only mammals affected. The highly infectious variant al

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Renowned conservationist Richard Leakey dies aged 77

FILE PIC: In this file photo taken on June 27, 2018 Head of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), world-renowned paleoanthropologist and conservationist Richard Leakey speaks during an interview with AFP

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Ending endangered wildlife trade requires everyone to act

Wildlife and forest crimes make up the fourth largest illegal trade worldwide after arms, drugs and human trafficking, negatively impacting economic and social developm

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