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2014 Scripps Spelling Bee Crowns Co-Champions »

his has been an exciting year for the 89-year-old Scripps National Spelling Bee. First there were the Missouri kids that exhausted the spelling list and had to have a rematch and now, two finalists…

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Helping Parents Get Kids Outside »

We all have those memories from childhood: jumping into a cool lake on a hot summer day, intently watching ants on the march or spending hours just laying back and…

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Sea World’s New Friends »

  By TFK Kid Reporter Alaa Osman Sea World Orlando has a new attraction. It’s called Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin. I got to visit the Florida theme park on opening weekend…

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Soil tilling, mulching key to China’s potato crop »

When you think of China, do you think of potatoes? Maybe not, but in the Loess Plateau region of northwestern China, potato is the main…

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Half of dead baby turtles found by Australian scientists have stomachs full of plastic »

Baby sea turtles are particularly vulnerable to the harmful effects of plastic pollution, according to a new study which found around half of the recently…

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Toxic black snow covers Siberian coalmining region »

Residents of a coalmining region in Siberia have been posting videos online showing entire streets and districts covered in toxic black snow that critics say highlight a manmade ecological catastrophe. In one video, filmed in Kiselyovsk, a town in the Kuzbass region, a woman drives past mounds of coal-coloured snow…

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Biodiversity

World’s biggest bee found alive

The world's biggest bee has been re-discovered, after decades thought…

Mar 14 2019 / Read More »
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Climate change

Soaring ocean temperatures have already cut the world’s fish stocks by nearly 5%

Numbers of fish being hauled out of the ocean have fallen by…

Mar 14 2019 / Read More »
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Food security

World’s food supply under threat due to biodiversity loss, UN says

(CNN) – A drop in global biodiversity is putting our…

Feb 26 2019 / Read More »
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Health

Cancer treatment could be revolutionised by targeting a single cell, scientists say

Cancer remains a frightening and largely incurable disease.The toxic side effects…

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Renewable energy

First power from world’s biggest offshore wind farm

Electricity has been produced for the first time at what…

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Forest & Land

Social behavior of western lowland gorillas

A new study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal…

Feb 16 2019 / Read More »
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Water & Wetland

Water is a growing source of global conflict. Here’s what we need to do

The most intensive drought ever recorded in Syria lasted from…

Mar 18 2019 / Read More »
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Environmental livelihood

Youth climate strikers: ‘We are going to change the fate of humanity’

The students striking from schools around the world to demand…

Mar 4 2019 / Read More »
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Organic agriculture

‘Organic village’ of female farmers

This year's theme of International Women's Day — “Think equal,…

Mar 12 2019 / Read More »
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Wildlife

How the world got hooked on palm oil

Once upon a time in a land far, far away,…

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Eco-tourism

Greenland ice sheet melt ‘off the charts’ compared with past four centuries

Surface melting across Greenland's mile-thick ice sheet began increasing in…

Dec 9 2018 / Read More »
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Bangladesh Exclusive

Draft clean air act presented for immediate approval

The draft suggests the DoE shall prepare a time-bound National…

Feb 17 2019 / Read More »
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Rainwater could save people in India a bucket of money,…

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