This day aims to defend and promote the interests of those who make a living from artisanal fishing.
A new study now reveals that African mountain forests are capable of storing nearly 150 tons of carbon per hectare, much more than the amount estimated by climatologists.
The Danish Meteorological Institute reported temperatures of more than 20 ° C this summer, more than twice the normal average summer temperature in northern Greenland.
Syria has been affected by a devastating drought in 2020 and 2021, affecting 1.3 million people according to the UN.
The Sudanese government is launching in 2021, a project to renovate the irrigation canals in the Gezira region between the Blue Nile and the White Nile, to revive cotton production, which represented a third of exports in 1970.
On October 21 we celebrate World Earthworm Day to honour Charles Darwin and the publication of his study on earthworms.
Christopher Columbus landed on October 12, 1492, after 9 weeks of crossing, on the ground of a new world he thought to be India when he had just discovered the Bahamas.
4,800m is the distance calculated using Sentinel-2 imagery between the mud volcano that exploded on July 4, 2021 and oil and gas platforms in the Caspian Sea.
The International Maritime Organization is celebrating World Maritime Day on September 30 the world over.
Incessant downpours for more than a week made the Brahmaputra and other rivers burst their banks across the Kaziranga National Park, India, which homes to the world's largest single-horned rhino population.
High winds intensified the flames approaching South Lake Tahoe on 1st September 2021...
Calved from the north side of the Antarctic in 2021, Iceberg A-74 is moving its 1270 km² away from the northern section of Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf coasts.