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    Irma: Recovery continues as Florida Keys reopens to tourists

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    Non-profits step in to protect Florida’s National Parks

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    17/01/2019
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    Romeo and Juliet: fresh hope to save Bolivian aquatic frog

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    16/01/2019
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    A million dead fish cause environmental stink in Australia

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    14/01/2019
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    A theatre at one with nature

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    19/12/2018
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    World off track in race to slow down climate change

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    28/11/2018
  
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Irma: Recovery continues as Florida Keys reopens to tourists


2017-10-02
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Florida Keys residents say they feel a strong sense of community and see a fast recovery as restaurants reopen and cleanup crews remove debris caused by the powerful storm that struck the state on September 10.

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Non-profits step in to protect Florida’s National Parks


2019-01-17
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Amid America’s longest Government shutdown, facilities in Florida’s National Parks are functioning, thanks to the intervention of non-governmental organizations.

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Romeo and Juliet: fresh hope to save Bolivian aquatic frog


2019-01-16
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Almost a year after conservationists sent out a plea to help save a species of Bolivian aquatic frog by finding a mate for the last remaining member, Romeo, his very own Juliet has been tracked down deep inside a forest.

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A million dead fish cause environmental stink in Australia


2019-01-14
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As many as a million fish are believed to have died along the banks of a major river system in drought-battered eastern Australia, and authorities are warning of more deaths to come.

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A theatre at one with nature


2018-12-19
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Bamboo seats and a mud stage in the middle of the forest - this is where a small, one-of-a-kind theatre festival called "Under the Sal Tree" takes place each December in India's Assam state, aimed at highlighting environmental and sustainability issues in a country known for its pollution.

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World off track in race to slow down climate change


2018-11-28
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Global warming outpaces efforts to slow it, as the gap between greenhouse gas emissions and levels needed to achieve the Paris climate treaty temperature goals continues to widen.