High tides in San Francisco Bay this weekend could further spread oil which leaked from a stricken tanker and wash it into previously unaffected areas, state and federal agencies have warned.
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The rapid growth of construction, tourism and the business sector in Ireland is threatening the country's wildlife and countryside, according to the Environment Minister.
The impact of human activities on climate change is clearer than ever and much greater than any natural factors, according to a major new report on climate change.
The European Commission has allocated Euro 2.17 million (£1.5 million) for sustainable energy projects in Ireland.
Chilling units have been switched on as final preparations begin at an Arctic seed store built to act as a 'Noah's Ark' for food crops.
The Governor of Georgia, Sonny Perdue, is hoping for divine intervention as the southern state's water crisis deepens.
Businesses in Northern Ireland have been urged to provide more butt bins and ashtrays outside public premises.
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