Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Dda Silva Wednesday said during a visit to his native state of Pernambuco that people in his country will go back to eating at least three meals a day if he beats the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in the Oct. 2 elections.
By BAS Atmosphere, Ice and Climate Change team, Floor van Heuvel, Ella Gilbert, Thomas Caton-Harrison, Ryan Williams, Tom Bracegirdle
Falklands' located South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, SAERI, PhD researcher Amanda Kuepfer and her collaborators have published in the ICES Journal of Marine Science on discard use by black-browed albatross chicks, and how this relates to natural foraging conditions and breeding success.
Extreme temperatures have forced Britain's biggest air base to halt all of its flights in and out. Aircraft to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire, have been forced to divert to other airfields. Brize Norton is also the UK air-bridge head link with MPC in the Falkland Islands.
Pope Francis, who comes from Argentina, known for its beef production and consumption, said that in some parts of the world, it would be a good idea to “consume less meat” to help save the environment. The pope also condemned the war in Ukraine saying that in such cases it was legitimate to rebel.
A Finnish algae processing company is considering installing a plant in the Dominican Republic given the negative impact of the sargassum seaweed invasion of its beaches and tourism industry.
Research from the Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems (VME) project has been showcased at the GeoHab Conference held at The Venice International University in Italy during the month of May 2022.
Uruguay's Institute of Meteorology (Inumet) reported Monday that this year's was the coldest June in the last 41 years with a countrywide anomaly of -2.3°C.
For the European Parliament natural gas and nuclear power plants have been designated as climate-friendly investments. The European Commission released the proposal, formally called the EU taxonomy, in December as a list of economic activities that investors can label and market as green in the EU.
Faroe Islands announced on Sunday that the traditional catch of dolphins to be killed in its water would provisionally be limited to 500. The decision to crack down on the number of hunted dolphins comes after public outcry from last year's hunt, where over 1,423 white-sided dolphins were killed, a spree that shocked even residents who supported the practice.