The Gaza strip faces a water crisis that will soon make it "unliveable" unless plans for a $500m desalination plant are approved by banks, delegates at a water conference in Stockholm were told thi
Two of the world's smallest countries are to place nearly 2.5 million square kilometres of south Pacific Ocean in newly created marine protected areas.
India has joined the race to explore and develop deep-sea mining for rare earth elements — further complicating the geopolitics surrounding untapped sources of valuable minerals beneath the oceans
The UK should delay its plan to kill thousands of badgers this autumn so European governments can consider whether the cull is in line with EU conservation law, actors and celebrities have urged in
Many of the world's tropical protected areas are struggling to sustain their biodiversity, according to a study by more than 200 scientists from around the world.
The fate of billions of dollars of promised funding from rich countries to help the developing world adapt to climate change will be discussed on Thursday in Geneva, at the first meeting of the UN'
The alarming decline in a critically endangered species of vulture in Pakistan appears to have been halted, according to surveys of the birds.
The nations of the world urgently need to adopt drought-management policies, as farmers from Africa to India struggle with lack of rainfall and the United States endures the worst drought it has ex
Small increases in temperature may have reduced the industrial and agricultural production of poor countries, according to a study by US economists.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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