Could wild big cats soon be splashing in one of Central Asia’s great lakes?
Adriatic nation takes top spot as most environmentally friendly country in a new global ranking.
An expedition has revealed that an underwater limestone cavern in the eastern part of the Czech Republic is 12 meters deeper than the former world record-holder in Italy.
Warsaw will only agree to fast-track EU approval of Paris Agreement on its own terms, Polish environment minister said.
Norilsk Nickel has admitted that spillage from a dam caused the Daldykan River near the city of Norilsk to turn blood red.
Pollution is the most likely cause for the biblical hue of water in notoriously polluted Norilsk.
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