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24/11/2014
Brazil's carbon dioxide emissions jumped 7.8 percent in 2013 due to rising deforestation and fossil fuels use, according to data released by Observatório do Clima (Climate Observatory), an alliance of Brazilian and international ...   
23/11/2014
The United Nations warns women that they have a higher risk of catching Ebola. Officials say it is the woman’s role as the primary care-giver in the family - that puts her on the frontline for infection."There are some reports that in the ...   
23/11/2014
Emergency workers filled thousands of sandbags on Sunday as the area around Buffalo, New York braced for potential flooding as warming temperatures began to melt up to seven feet (2 meters) of snow. Creeks appeared to be flowing smoothly ...   
23/11/2014
A snapshot of the Ebola epidemic raging across West Africa shows a wildfire of infections only slightly contained. While cases have been on the decline in Liberia, the outbreak is worsening in neighboring countries, where basic ...   
23/11/2014
It's been three weeks since the White House event where President Barack Obama shook hands with doctors and nurses who treated Ebola patients in West Africa, and the president apparently does not have Ebola.The disease still rages in West ...   
23/11/2014
The World Bank will invest heavily in clean energy and only fund coal projects in “circumstances of extreme need” because climate change will undermine efforts to eliminate extreme poverty, says its president Jim Yong Kim. Talking ahead ...   
23/11/2014
A light earthquake shook the Dallas-Ft. Worth area of North Texas on Saturday night, leaving no known damage or casualties but stirring concern about the potential of the area's oil and gas fracking industry to generate seismic ...   
23/11/2014
The United States-China agreement on climate change is a huge political triumph, possibly "historic," as its supporters say. Whether it much alters the world's climate is a more open question. Recall the agreement's outlines. By 2030, ...   
23/11/2014
In a darkened Boston conference room, staring at projections from a laptop, John Brownstein is far from the front lines of the fight against Ebola. But the epidemiologist’s work may help change the course of the epidemic. The disease ...   
23/11/2014
Mali on Saturday confirmed a new case of Ebola and said two more suspected patients are being tested, raising concern about a further spread of the disease which has already killed at least five people in the country. The patient who ...   
23/11/2014
Mali on Saturday confirmed a new case of Ebola and said two more suspected patients are being tested, raising concern about a further spread of the disease which has already killed at least five people in the country. The patient who ...   
23/11/2014
About half of the potential whooping crane habitat along the South Texas coastline is projected to be lost to sea level rise. As the only wild flock of whooping cranes continues to grow, the endangered birds will need more space. For ...   
23/11/2014
One cold October day in 1968, I climbed out of a warm creek on the Yellowstone Plateau and came face to face with a huge grizzly. I froze, not knowing what to do. Since I was naked, my options were limited. I slowly turned my head and looked off ...   
23/11/2014
CLIMATE change will affect all water-related sectors, including water supply and agriculture, resulting in drought, flood and degradation of coastal ecosystem. National Hydraulic Research Institute of Malaysia's (Nahrim) Extension Study ...   
23/11/2014
Brace yourself. November’s white nightmare could become a recurring bad dream of varying intensity. While last week’s winter blast appears to be the freak offspring of a typhoon-blasted jet stream and a warm Lake Erie, it’s also part of ...   
23/11/2014
A color-changing rabbit once found hopping through fields and forests across Michigan has become so rare, hunters choose not to shoot it. Not since the mid-1990s has a customer asked White Lake taxidermist Doug Ellis, 51, to mount a ...   
23/11/2014
In early September, at the abandoned Piute Farms marina on a remote edge of southern Utah's Navajo reservation, we watched a ten-foot (three-meter) waterfall plunging off what used to be the end of the San Juan River. Until 1990, this ...   
23/11/2014
By autumn, the stench of Lake Tai and the freakish green glow of its waters usually fade with the ebbing of the summer heat, but this year is different. Standing on a concrete embankment overlooking a fetid, floating array of plastic bottles, ...   
22/11/2014
Since long climate change has been on the cutting edge of both public plan and research. A recent research carried out in this context has found that the expanding agriculture production has a remarkable role to play in mounting carbon dioxide ...   
22/11/2014
UN leaders are calling for the world to step up anti-Ebola efforts, despite infection rates slowing in some worst-affected countries. The UN is expanding its mission to Mali in the hope of preventing further outbreaks. UN Secretary ...   
22/11/2014
Hundreds of government-funded boreholes are set to be drilled across Britain to try to persuade the public that a looming shale gas boom can be developed safely, the Observer has learned. Sensors in the boreholes would detect possible water ...   
22/11/2014
Ebola is on the rise in Sierra Leone's capital of Freetown. Just this week, 234 new confirmed infections were reported, and every day hundreds of residents call the emergency line to report more possible cases in their neighborhoods. To ...   
22/11/2014
An increase in agriculture production has a negative impact on the atmosphere across the globe by contributing to climate change, according to a recent report. The recent study has revealed that the considerable increase in the carbon ...   
22/11/2014
Mali has recorded a new case of Ebola in the capital Bamako after the friend of a nurse who died of the hemorrhagic fever earlier this month tested positive for the disease, health and medical officials said on Saturday. The nurse ...   
22/11/2014
The head of the UN Ebola mission warned on Friday that the world was "far, far away" from beating the deadly outbreak and said a huge increase in aid was needed to fight the virus in Africa. "There is a long battle ahead of us," Anthony ...   

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