Environment

U.S. Government Recognition and Native Groups Dam Impacts in Northwest

The U.S. government now formally recognizes the deep, long-lasting impacts of dam construction on Pacific Northwest Native American groups. This stated time and again...

The Region in the US Most Vulnerable to a Catastrophic Tsunami

The pacific Northwest of the united States particularly the coastal regions of Washington oregon  and Northern California  stands at the highest risk for devastating...

Heatwave Alerts Across USA: Impact on Canada and Regional Variability

With scorching temperatures gripping a huge swath of the country from the arid deserts of Arizona. To the crowded...

A Path to Busan for an Era Without Plastic

Asia-Pacific countries have a critical role in ensuring the upcoming treaty addresses not just waste management but also the...

China’s Solar Industry Crisis: Overcapacity and Plunging Prices Threaten Stability

China's dominance in solar panel manufacturing is facing a significant challenge as the industry grapples with overcapacity and plummeting...

Urgent Call for Action: UN Chief Urges Fossil Fuel Ad Ban Amid Record Heat

In a dire warning echoing the catastrophic impact of a meteorite that led to the demise of dinosaurs, UN...

Singapore Beaches Closed due to Oil Spill on Sentosa Island

Sentosa, a well-known resort island and refuge for expatriates in Singapore, has closed its beaches due to an oil...

Environmental Racism Bill passed in Canada

Advocates have praised the enactment of Canada’s first environmental justice law, which aims to address the problem of environmental...
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