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EU: Cote D’ivoire Must Speed Up Efforts on Deforestation Rules
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Injured Tortoises Make Slow Recovery from Greece Fires
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Japan Environment Chief Urges China to Base Stance Over Treated Water on Scientific Evidence
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Keep or Cull? Romania Divided over Bear Population
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Kazakhstan Authorizes Hunting of Saiga Antelopes
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Sunny Albania Turns to Solar Power to Fuel Development
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Researchers in Japan Find Tritium Does Not Accumulate in Fish
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Oh, Deer: in US Capital, ‘Bambi’ Is Increasingly Unwelcome
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Most Species of ‘World’S Largest Flower’ Risk Extinction: Study
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U.N. Plans Decarbonization of Polluting Construction Sector
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September 23, 2023
Invasive Species Problem Will Be ‘Worse before It Gets Better’
PARIS (AFP-Jiji) — On land and in the sea, invasive species are destroying ecosystems, spreading dis...
September 13, 2023
London Vehicle Pollution Toll Zone Expands Despite Controversy
LONDON (AFP-Jiji) — London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone expanded on Aug. 29 to become the largest pollu...
September 8, 2023
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