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Argentina will cull 100,000 beavers which are devastating southern woodlands by gnawing down huge trees, officials said Monday.
 
Brightest moon in almost 69 years lights up sky around globe
The brightest moon in almost 69 years is lighting up the sky in a treat for star watchers around the globe.
 
2016 on track to break global heat record: UN
Global temperatures are soaring toward a record high this year, the U.N. weather agency said Monday, while another report showed emissions of a key global warming gas have flattened out in the past three years.
 
Fears of chemical in tap water grip New York town
In this chronically struggling city along the Hudson River, residents beset by poverty, high crime and boarded-up homes now have an entirely new worry -- that their tap water may have exposed them to a chemical linked to cancer.
 
Thousands of Moroccans and foreigners marched on Marrakesh Sunday to demand "climate justice" from global envoys gathered for U.N. talks on staving off worst-case-scenario global warming.
 
As Delhi chokes on smog, farmers defend scorched-earth agricultural policy
As he surveys his acres of charred farmland outside New Delhi, Ishwar Singh has little sympathy for people choking in India's capital or any reason to stop the fires that are fueling pollution.
 
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday he will continue his efforts to implement the Paris Agreement on global warming until the day President Barack Obama leaves office on Jan. 20.
 
Most life on Earth is already being changed by the warming climate, even though the rise in global temperature since pre-industrial times has been rather slight, researchers warned on Thursday.
 
The United States will likely fail to meet its pledges under the landmark Paris climate pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, analysts said Thursday on the margin of U.N. climate talks.
 
Faith group leaders, supported by Nobel Peace Prize laureates Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama, called Thursday on sovereign wealth and pension funds to pull out from fossil fuel investments.
 
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