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Humans reached remote North Atlantic islands centuries earlier than thought

Humans reached remote North Atlantic islands centuries earlier than thought

In a new finding, researchers have come up with evidence to show that an unknown band of humans settled in remote North Atlantic islands...
African Glaciers To Disappear In Two Decades

Rare African Glaciers To Disappear In Two Decades

The rare African Glaciers will soon disappear in two decades, signalling the threat of imminent and irreversible change to the Earth system and leading...
Shark, Ray Population On A Decline

Shark, Ray Population On A Decline

The world's sharks and rays have seen declines in their populations since 2014 and more of them are now threatened with extinction, said a...
Climate Crisis Biggest Long Term Threat

Global Temperature Likely To Reach 1.5°C in five years

Environmentalists and weather experts have always looked at the alarming rising temperature and wondered when the average global temperature may go up. A new...
A record 55 million internally displaced

A record 55 Million Internally Displaced

The number of people living in internal displacement reached a record 55 million by the end of 2020, according to a recent global report...
Forest Declaration; India Staying Back for Pushing Amendment?

Greener world; 59 million hectares of Forest regrown

The world saw a re-growth of about 59 million hectares of forest since 2000, which clearly indicates a sign of a healthy environment coming...
No breaks on Climate change despite Covid 19 slow down

No breaks on Climate change despite Covid 19 slow down 

The economic slowdown caused by Covid 19 pandemie failed to put a brake on climate change drivers and accelerating impacts, according to a new...
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Frequent Droughts to dot Europe; Study 

With global warming, droughts will become more frequent, last longer and become more intense in Europe, according to the final report of the Joint...
fish

Octopus, pink conch may come rare in dining tables

Many of the sea food favourites such as common octopus, pink conch and orange roughy are in rapid decline, according to a new study. The...
Make Sure Afghanistan Is Never Used By Terrorist organizations: UN

Inequality destroys world’s economies and societies

n strong words, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has said that Inequality, an issue which “defines our time”, risked destroying the world’s economies and societies. “COVID-19...

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