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European whales and dolphins “Under Pressure” of extinction

In theory, whales and dolphins are among the best protected wild animals in the world. But in reality all 33 cetacean species, living in European waters, face a menacing array of threats, as the new report UNDER PRESSURE by OceanCare shows.

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Single-use plastics pollution: where does Europe stand?

Now is the time to move away from single-use plastics – literally! As of July 3, all EU countries and Norway must transpose to the Single-Use Plastics Directive, one of the most ambitious laws to tackle plastic pollution on earth! Which countries are on track and which need to speed up ?

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Can Whale Poo Help Save the Planet

Whales were hunted nearly to extinction. A new report shows how important they are for healthy oceans. They can even help mitigate climate change. Washington, DC / Waedenswil, Switzerland, July 6, 2021. The International Whaling Commission (IWC) was founded to...

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There is another world, but it is in this one

 ("Il y a un autre monde, mais il est dans celui-ci", Paul Éluard) In recent days and weeks, we have been stunned to see how a strange meteorological phenomenon called "heat dome" is causing temperatures of almost 50 ºC, which is unprecedented in the western US and in...

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