Construction of a hazardous waste recycling plant is planned in Pavlodar.
From flower emblazoned cemeteries to rooftop gardens and balconies, Norway's capital Oslo is creating a "bee highway" to protect endangered pollinators essential to food production.
Australia's top official on indigenous issues said crocodile safaris should be used to help fund impoverished Aboriginal communities.
Work to build an open-air pool on the River Thames in central London could start this year as more Britons dip their toes into the waters of outdoor swimming.
Pope Francis will call on the world's leaders to pull together to fight global warming, publishing his hotly-anticipated thesis on the environment.
The world's tallest peak, Mount Everest, moved three centimetres (1.2 inches) to the southwest because of the Nepal earthquake that devastated the country in April.
The sudden deaths of tens of thousands of endangered antelopes in Kazakhstan over the past two weeks have left scientists scrambling for answers.
Is there a connection between the mass die-out of saigas in Kazakhstan and rocket launches from Baikonur cosmodrome?
Moscow international airports on Friday delayed or cancelled more than 100 flights due to stormy weather.
US President Barack Obama warned that climate change was making natural disasters worse, as he toured the National Hurricane Center ahead of the annual storm season.
The number of endangered rare saiga antelopes found dead in Kazakhstan over the past two weeks has reached 90,000.
70 Dalmatian pelicans have been found dead in Atyrau Oblast in western Kazakhstan.
Czech experts conducted a two-year study of the ecological situation in Karaganda Oblast. Their findings are shocking.
Central streets of Almaty will turn into pedestrian zones in 2016.
President Nazarbayev has taken part in a meeting with media representatives to discuss development of the City of Apples - Almaty.
Bike taxi Veloriksha has started operating in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Three children have faited during classes in Berezovka village just several months after a series of mass incidents of the same nature.
Japan's top whaling negotiator said Tokyo would try again to justify its "scientific" Antarctic Ocean hunt.
The mass beaching of more than 150 melon-headed whales on Japan's shores has fuelled fears of a repeat of a seemingly unrelated event in the country.
More than 130 melon-headed whales, a member of the dolphin family usually found in the deep ocean, beached in Japan.
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