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Doctors say the drugs are making the “previously untreatable, treatable” and have huge potential.
Igloo made out of empty plastic milk bottles at County Durham school The structure aims to teach about plastic pollution and give the pupils somewhere to read and play.
The restaurant owners say they decided to close over environmental concerns after a fishing trip.
BBC News, Wellington
New Zealand digs in with its controversial plan to protect native species by wiping out all predators.
BBC Wales Environment Correspondent
The proposal would see farmers rewarded for work such as planting trees and improving water quality.
The US president did not mention climate change, but spoke of improvements to the economy and pollution.
Former Ireland President Mary Robinson celebrates women championing climate justice. Climate justice pioneer and former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, celebrates the women around the world doing amazing things in pursuit of climate justice and why it’s not too late for us to solve climate change.
Dangerous flash floods hit Washington DC area Storms flooded the Washington DC metro area, snarling the morning commute and stranding drivers.
‘Africa’s exporters will gain from its free trade area’ Rwandan businessman Faustin Mbundu explains how exporters will benefit from Africa's free trade area.
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Environmentalists warn that algae is threatening Armenia’s largest lake and freshwater reservoir.
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