Nature-Environment

Blog posts, podcasts and videos/vlogs about nature, environment, conservation, environmental protection, animals, birds, marine life and protection of species, as well as information on new discoveries


Myzomela prawiradilagae or Alor myzomela (red-headed honeyeater) ImagePhilippe Verbelen

Ten Fantastic New Animal Species Discovered in 2019

New animal species discovered in 2019. The new biodiversity includes sharks, spiders, slugs and geckos. Blog on nature and environment.

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California hit by strongest earthquake in 20 years

The strongest earthquake – at 6.4 magnitude – in two decades hit California and parts of Nevada yesterday (July 4, 2019), causing injuries and damage in locations around the epicenter and ...

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Eastern Black Rhinos sent to Rwanda

Five endangered eastern black rhinos, made a 6,000 km journey from Europe to Africa. The three females and two male zoo-born rhinos are aged between two and nine years old. The were born and bred in F...

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From Silent Spring to Silent Crisis — How humanity is on the road to wiping out one million species

A new report by IPBES warns that at the current rate, we are well on the way to putting one million species and biodiversity on the road to extinction.

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Protecting 30 percent to save all of earth

Environment - Conservationists are urging that 30 percent of natural resources should be protected if we want to save the planet.

Highest air pollution in Bangladesh, China, India, and Pakistan in 2018

AirVisual and Greenpeace have jointly published the World Air Quality Report for 2018, ranking over 3000 cities based on their pollution levels.

Pollution in the UK

UK residents were warned to restrict outdoor activities because of an increase in pollution in many areas in the country.

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Good news in biodiversity – Feb 2019

Things are looking up for a giant bee and a tortoise.

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Climate Change claims its first victim: The Bramble Cay melomys is now extinct

The Bramble Cay melomys was a rodent that lived solely on a tiny sand island in the Torres Strait, near the coast of Papua New Guinea.

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