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Overheated Arctic sign of climate change 'vicious circle'
Freakishly high temperatures in the Arctic driven by heat-packed oceans and northward winds have been reinforced by a "vicious circle" of climate change, scientists said Thursday.
 
Twenty-six poachers have been caught at night after a new thermal and infrared camera and software system was introduced in Kenya's famed Maasai Mara and its other national parks, WWF said on Monday.
 
The United States is already setting twice as many daily heat records as cold records, but a new study predicts that will get a lot more lopsided as man-made climate change worsens.
 
Save the birds
An environmental group protests CPC Corporation's plan to build a natural gas receiving station at Taoyuan Kwun Tong Industrial Area.
 
A Kaohsiung-registered fishing boat was intercepted 30 nautical miles off Kaohsiung harbor on Tuesday and 1,149 protected turtles aboard the ship seized, coast guard officers reported.
 
6 groups want change in Grand Canyon monument proposal
Six hunting and fishing groups are pushing for a compromise in the event the Obama administration designates a national monument around Grand Canyon National Park, a heated issue in the Southwest.
 
Among Donald Trump's many promises on his way to the White House was a tweeted vow to change the new name of North America's tallest mountain back to Mount McKinley.
 
A U.N. climate conference dominated by Donald Trump's threats to withdraw from a hard-won pact concludes in Marrakesh Friday amid fears that the goal of curtailing worst-case-scenario global warming may not be achieved without U.S. backing.
 
Authorities in US look to tame wildfires
Starting campfires, lighting fireworks and smoking cigarettes are among the outdoor activities being banned across the southern U.S. as fires burn in forests stressed by drought.
 
Operation Disentangle
This Nov. 10 photo released by Mexico's office for environmental protection shows a sea lion after it was untangled from fishing lines that severely injured its neck.
 
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