The latest in Guanabara Bay off Rio de Janeiro has brought back under the spotlight a decades-long environmental crisis in the area stemming from the abandonment of ships.Add your comment!
Argentina is receiving a US$ 125 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank to help Argentina strengthen its agricultural health services and enhance the sustainability of its marine resources.Add your comment!
A three-day party has been organized in St Helena, December, 3,4,5 for Jonathan the tortoise who turns 190. Jonathan is believed to be the oldest chelonian alive.Add your comment!
Search and rescue teams in Indonesia have so far retrieved 310 bodies after Tuesday's 5.6-degree tremor that hit the Cianjur region in the country’s West Java province, it was reported Friday. The whereabouts of at least 24 people are still unknown and over 36,000 residents have been displaced, the authorities also said.Add your comment!
Chilean authorities Thursday insisted on their yellow alert regarding a possible eruption by the Villarrica volcano. “The definition of a potential danger zone consisting of a radius of 500 meters around the crater is maintained,” the National Geology and Mining Service (Sernageomin) said in a statement.Add your comment!
A new study, published in Marine Pollution Bulletin, has found the waters of the North Atlantic gyre contain greater quantities of plastic, such as polyethylene, polypropylene, acrylic, and polyamide, whereas other offshore locations are more associated with PVC and polystyrene.Add your comment!
Uruguay's Industry Minister Omar Paganini highlighted the AL-Invest Verde program for its ambitiousness regarding sustainable development which will position the South American country as a regional innovation hub.Add your comment!
Delegates from the world over agreed Sunday on the need that wealthier nations should provide loss and damage funding to the countries most affected by climate change.Add your comment!
World dignitaries gathered at the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP 27) Climate Change Summit in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el Sheikh have agreed to extend their sessions for the weekend after no conclusive agreement was reached before Friday's closing day activities.
Acoustic research by wildlife charity, Falklands Conservation (FC), and the non-profit African Aquatic Conservation Fund (AACF), has revealed seasonal singing by sei whales in the Falkland Islands, documenting a breeding song display in this Endangered cetacean for the first time.