A Royal Air Force civilian aircraft has made its maiden flight from the UK to the Falkland Islands without refueling, breaking two world records.
From 12th to 21st June, global cleanups will be used to commemorate Sarah Auffret and her tireless commitment for the environment.
A new study of heavy metals in Alaska’s permafrost soils shows increased amounts and at the same time large gaps in the data situation.
The only winged insect in Antarctica could serve as a herald of impending climate change on the Antarctic Peninsula.
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