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Most beautiful black sand beaches in the World

You can find beaches in almost every color of the rainbow, from pristine white sands to chic pink shores. But there’s something particularly breathtaking about black sand beaches.

“I never thought I’d see it again”: the Irish beach that came back


In 1984, a beach on Ireland’s Achill Island vanished. This year it reappeared overnight. How are locals handling the sand?

Current threats to our oceans revealed

A survey of tens of thousands of marine studies from the last decade reveals current threats to our marine environment. These include: the effects of climate change, marine plastic pollution, conservation, as well as social and economic impacts.

Dramatic changes needed in farming practices to keep pace with climate change

Researchers investigating nutrients in runoff from agricultural land warn that phosphorus losses will increase, due to climate change, unless this is mitigated by making major changes to agricultural practices.

Sand Project: More Turtles Than Expected

Federal agencies are re-evaluating sea turtle activities off part of the Outer Banks after large numbers of the marine animals have had to be moved out of the way of an ongoing beach re-nourishment project.

Climate change to cause humid heatwaves that will kill even healthy people

If warming is not tackled, levels of humid heat that can kill within hours will affect millions across south Asia within decades, analysis finds.

Earth Overshoot Day 2017: August 2nd

Earth Overshoot Day will arrive on August 2 this year, according to environmental groups WWF and Global Footprint Network. It means humanity will be living on “credit” for the rest of the year. It’s the earliest date since the day was first calculated in 1971.

Higher seas to flood dozens of US cities, study says; is yours one of them?

For the past several years, scientists have been trying to get people to wake up to the dangers that lie ahead in rising seas due to climate change. A comprehensive list now names hundreds of US cities, large and small, that may not make it through the next 20, 50 or 80 years due to sea level rise.

Earth to warm 2 degrees Celsius by the end of this century, studies say

By the end of the century, the global temperature is likely to rise more than 2 degrees Celsius, or 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit. This rise in temperature is the ominous conclusion reached by two different studies using entirely different methods.

Antarctica; By Denis Delestrac

Antarctica, is an image from Denis Delestrac

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