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Nobel prizewinner proposes a new city in KZ
Nobel peace prizewinner Rae Kwon Chung offered Kazakh authorities to create an eco-city fully maintained by alternative sources of energy.
Huge glacier retreat triggered in 1940s
The melting Antarctic glacier that now contributes more to sea-level rise than any other ice stream began its big decline in the 1940s.
Earth sees hottest year-to-date in modern era: US
The first 10 months of this year have been the hottest in modern times, while last month was the third warmest October over since 1880.
200 people fall sick after ammonia leak in Bangladesh
An explosion at a chemical fertiliser factory left at least 200 people needing medical treatment after toxic gas spread.
Aping jazz greats, orangutan makes music Down Under
An orangutan living in an Australian zoo has created a jazz riff.
July was Earth's hottest month in modern times
Soaring temperatures worldwide made July the Earth's hottest month in modern times, setting a new high mark for global heat.
Elephant with 'sabre-tooth' tusks found in Malaysia
A rare pygmy elephant with tusks growing downwards instead of up to give it a look like a sabre-toothed tiger has been found in Malaysia.
Thousands protest possible China-France nuclear project
Thousands of people took to the streets of a city in eastern China to protest against a possible Sino-French nuclear project.
France becomes first major nation to ratify UN climate deal
President Francois Hollande finalised ratification of the Paris climate accord reached in December 2015.
Thai tiger temple monk caught fleeing with skins, fangs
Thai authorities uncovered a trove of animal parts and intercepted a monk trying to leave a controversial tiger temple with skins and fangs.
Renewable energy sources grew at record pace in 2015: study
Developing countries spent more on renewable power than rich ones for the first time last year.
80 percent of world's city dwellers breathing bad air: UN
Over 80 percent of the world's city dwellers breathe poor quality air, increasing their risk of lung cancer and other diseases: WHO
Wave of dead sea creatures hits Chile's beaches
Heaps of dead whales, salmon and sardines blamed on the El Nino freak weather phenomenon have clogged Chile's Pacific beaches.
First signs of coral bleaching in Sydney Harbour: scientists
Coral bleaching has been detected in Sydney Harbour. The damaging phenomenon is blamed on warming sea-surface temperatures.
ExxonMobil, Rockefellers face off in climate battle
US energy giant ExxonMobil is facing an onslaught from environmentalists and some shareholders including the Rockefeller Family Fund.
UNESCO adds Kazakhstani site to list of biosphere reserves
A Kazakhstani site has been added to the UNESCO list of protected biosphere nature reserves.
Finland probes mystery spike in radioactivity
Finnish authorities are investigating a mysterious spike in levels of radioactive caesium-137 detected over Helsinki.
Mutations, DNA damage seen in Fukushima forests: Greenpeace
Conservation group Greenpeace warned that the environmental impact of the Fukushima nuclear crisis five years ago on nearby forests is just beginning to be seen.
Hollande acknowledges impact of nuclear testing in Pacific
French President Francois Hollande acknowledged that three decades of nuclear tests in French Polynesia had had "an impact" on health.
Russia 'warming 2.5 times quicker' than global average: ministry
Russia is warming more than twice as fast as the rest of the world, sounding an alarm on the rise in floods and wildfires nationwide.
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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