An in-depth study is to be carried out to discover whether there is an opportunity to market Dublin’s canals as a branded tourist destination to go alongside other regions such as the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s Ancient East and the Hidden Heartlands.
Plan afoot to turn Dublin canals into the next big Irish tourism brand
Mass fish deaths in the Murray Darling, a large geographical area in the interior of southeastern Australia, were not caused by drought but mismanagement of the river by state and federal governments and water agencies, new research said.
Mismanagement blamed for mass fish deaths
Glaciers in western North America, excluding Alaska, are melting four times faster than in the previous decade, with changes in the jet stream exacerbating the longer-term effects of climate change, according to a new study.
North American glaciers melting much faster than 10 years ago: Study
By 2022, as it celebrates 75 years of independence, India also hopes to have addressed the needs of millions belonging to poor, vulnerable and marginalized communities.
India to have almost 100% school attendance by 2022
Heavyweights from global plastic and consumer goods companies have launched a new organization to work on solutions to eliminate plastic waste in the environment.
Industry heavyweights back scheme to help end plastic waste in environment
Glaciers in western North America, excluding Alaska, are melting four times faster than in the previous decade, with changes in the jet stream exacerbating the longer-term effects of climate change, according to a new study.
North American glaciers melting much faster than 10 years ago: Study
A 36-year-old Japanese man pleaded guilty to beating his son to death during the opening session of his trial Friday at the Nara District Court.
Japanese father pleads guilty to beating eight-year-old son to death
Ex-Chicago, the US, policeman Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to six years and nine months in jail for the 2014 killing of black teenager Laquan McDonald on Friday.
Chicago officer sentenced for murdering black teen
Mass fish deaths in the Murray Darling, a large geographical area in the interior of southeastern Australia, were not caused by drought but mismanagement of the river by state and federal governments and water agencies, new research said.
Mismanagement blamed for mass fish deaths

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