The big cats’ decline is understated, and their viability remains in doubt because of human settlements, climate change, and poaching. Removing leopards from the endangered list may give the impression that they’re safe when in fact the numbers are unknown.Read More
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Most of the world’s population reside in regions where air quality contains life-threatening pollutants, with 95% breathing in unhealthy air, a World Health Organization (WHO) study has determined. This health crisis has already claimed 7 million lives since the Syrian War began, many whose surroundings exceed toxic levels, causing asthma, stroke, emphysema, heart disease, hypertension, and serious breathing difficulties.
A 5,000-mile-long belt of rain is battering the Pacific Northwest this week, an “atmospheric river” stretching across the Pacific Ocean from China to British Columbia. The…