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Funding to connect people with nature launched in Northern Ireland
A new environment fund aimed at making it easier for people to connect with the natural environment has been launched by the Northern Ireland’s Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA).
IMF's Lagarde highlights potential disruptive nature of fintech
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde warned on Saturday that the increasing presence of technology giants using big data and artificial intelligence could cause a significant disruption to the world’s financial system.
UN report to highlight urgent need for Nature rescue plan
Diplomats from 130 nations gathered in Paris from Monday to validate a grim UN assessment of the state of Nature and lay the groundwork for an 11th-hour rescue plan for life on Earth.
Iran: It’s US that should change in nature
Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said Washington’s misbehavior and “unlawful” measures have led to growing calls on the world stage for a change in the US regime’s nature.
Iranians spending time in nature on last day of Nowruz holidays
Iranians are spending time picnicking outdoors with family and friends to celebrate national Nature’s Day, also known in Persian as Sizdah Bedar, on the last day of Nowruz festivities.
‘Global deal’ urgently needed to save nature, says WWF
Efforts to preserve nature are way off what is required, and a ‘global deal’ in the mold of the Paris climate agreement is needed to bring it back from the brink, a report has warned.
Facts on the nature of tsunami
A once-exotic word that has now entered the everyday lexicon, a tsunami refers to a shock of water that spreads through the sea, usually after a subsea floor quake.
Wildlife lovers march to raise awareness of the plight of Britain’s nature
Thousands of wildlife enthusiasts gathered from across the UK to take part in a ‘people’s walk’ through London to raise awareness of the catastrophic declines in Britain’s plants and animals.
Aegean coastal village a good choice to return to nature
The Natural Life Village, which is run by Bademler Agriculture and Development Cooperative in İzmir, helps urban dwellers return to the natural way of living. Featuring bungalow houses, production areas and tracks for hiking and cycling, the village is a breath of fresh air for those who are fed up with city life.
Nature lover creates art out of garbage from sea
Sea and nature lover Şinasi Yelkenci, who describes himself as the garbage man of the sea, exhibits the works he created with waste that he collected from the sea in Cennet Beach in Burgazada— the third largest of the Princes' Islands in the Sea of Marmara, near Istanbul, Turkey.
Iranians celebrate Sizdah Bedar, spend time in nature
People across Iran on Monday celebrated Sizdah Bedar, the traditional Persian festival of nature by spending time outdoors with family members, close relatives, neighbors and friends.
Improving children's access to nature starts with addressing inequality
With children now better at identifying Pokémon characters than common species of British plants and wildlife, there are concerns that we are increasingly losing touch with nature.
Nature play helping children run wild
In the era of helicopter parenting, it’s heartening that there are moves afoot to offer children a more ‘hummingbird’’ experience through unstructured nature play.
China tests missile interceptor system
China has successfully tested an anti-missile system, the Chinese Defense Ministry has announced, stressing the defensive nature of the system.
Nature provides more to people than material benefits
The role of culture and diverse knowledge systems needs to be recognized when assessing nature's contributions to people, a new policy forum paper in Science states. Alexander van Oudenhoven and thirty global experts present a new approach that will increase the effectiveness and legitimacy of policies and decisions relating to nature and environmental change.

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