Pope Francis said on Saturday rapid deforestation and reduction in biodiversity in individual countries should not be treated as local issues since they threaten the future of the whole planet.
Deforestation must be seen as global threat:  Pope in Madagascar
Chalus is not just a road; it's spectacular sight-seeing tourist resort to fill your time if you're not a traveler to the north of Iran.
Chalus Road a landmark scene and ecotourism hub
Volunteers from the Cavitex Infrastructure Corp. (CIC) collected some 255 sacks of trash and debris, weighing some 1,275 kilograms, during a coastal clean-up at the Cavitex Mangrove Park in Parañaque City, Philippines, on Saturday.
Volunteers collect 255 sacks of trash during coastal cleanup in Philippines
Hundreds of climate change deniers including academics, politicians and lobbyists are to launch a campaign to stop commitments to net zero carbon emissions being enshrined in law, The Independent can reveal.
Hundreds of climate sceptics to mount international campaign to stop net-zero targets being made law
Over 100,000 children in Ireland are living in consistent poverty and the Government must ensure that Budget 2020 takes the vital steps needed to put an end to this, the Children's Rights Alliance has said.
Over 100,000 children in consistent poverty
Barcelona has begun installing its first shipping container homes just a stone’s throw from La Rambla, the famous thoroughfare in the city center, in a bid to provide emergency housing for people who have been evicted or otherwise driven out of the neighborhood by gentrification.
Barcelona's shipping container homes
Senior citizens who give up driving are twice as likely to be certified as in need of care compared with their peers who continue to get behind the wheel, a Japanese research team found.
Study: Health care risk doubles  for aged people who stop driving
New Zealand’s farmers say the government's new plan for freshwater is a signal it's prepared to see an end to pastoral land use in some parts of the country.
NZ government‘s plan to clean up freshwater would ’end pastoral farming': Federated Farmers
By Claire Wordley and Charlie Gardner*
Scientists must rise up to prevent climate crisis
Bans on plastic bags are spreading across Pakistan as the nation finally opens its eyes to once-charming landscapes and free-flowing drains choked by ugly and destructive plastic.
Pakistan moves to ban plastic bags

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