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29 06 2022 | 10:25

Marseille, Alexandria and Istanbul prepare for Mediterranean tsunami

A tsunami could soon hit major cities on or near the Mediterranean Sea including Marseille, Alexandria and Istanbul, with a nearly 100% chance of a wave reaching more than a metre high in the next 30…

14 06 2022 | 09:27

In a massive Chinese sinkhole, scientists find a secret forest

At the bottom of a sinkhole, ancient trees stretch nearly 130 feet high. Dense plants cover the ground, and a rare type of bamboo grows. Cave explorers discovered the hidden forest this month when…

10 05 2022 | 07:44

Iraq’s ancient buildings are being destroyed by climate change

Some of the world’s most ancient buildings are being destroyed by climate change, as rising concentrations of salt in Iraq eat away at mud brick and more frequent sandstorms erode ancient wonders.

03 08 2021 | 11:23

Italy Bans Large Cruise Ships From Venice

The restriction will come into effect at the beginning of August, the Italian government has confirmed. Campaigners say the liners cause damage to Venice's ecosystem. Large cruise ships will be…

02 11 2020 | 07:31

UNESCO expresses concern after fire in Kilimanjaro National Park.

The Director of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Mechtild Rössler, expressed concern after the fire that, on the afternoon of 11 October, broke out in Kilimanjaro National Park (United Republic of…

19 09 2020 | 10:36

Sudan floods threaten ancient archaeological site, experts say.

Sandbag walls set and water being pumped out of ruins of Al-Bajrawiya - site of Meroe pyramids, a World Heritage Site. Rising Nile floodwaters are threatening to swamp an ancient archaeological site…

10 12 2019 | 05:02

Science Presented at COP25 Can Drive Climate Ambition.

The pace of the present rise in greenhouse gas concentrations is unprecedented in climate history over the past 66 million years and weather extremes are the “new normal,” according to some of the…

09 11 2019 | 08:05

Seychelles Leader: No Time for 'Blame Game' in Climate Fight.

LONDON - The Seychelles president is warning there's no time for a “blame game” in the fight against climate change and he urges major nations to do more. President Danny Faure in an exclusive…

04 06 2019 | 13:33

5 | 6 | 2019_World Environment Day: Platypus trail in Australia photo exhibition.

“We do not own the world, we are a part of it” (Aborigines’ proverb).

25 02 2019 | 15:45


International Conference on Renewable Energy Research for a better future Renewable Energy forms one of the pillars for delivering global sustainable environment and the commitment to climate…