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‘It smells so bad’: glut of wild salmon creates stink in Norway and Finland

The irony of having too many salmon as global populations fall is not lost on locals, who have seen the pristine Tana River littered with the rotting corpses of an invasive Pacific species that is pushing out the local Atlantic species.

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At Canada's largest Atlantic puffin colony, chicks are dying of starvation

Pufflings, the small chicks of the Atlantic puffin, are struggling due to a lack of food and warming ocean temperatures.
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How climate change is fuelling fires in Eastern Canada

Less than a year after hurricane Fiona caused widespread damage in Atlantic Canada and became the most costly extreme weather event ever recorded in the province, Nova Scotia is seeing an early and destructive wildfire season.

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Despite protests in Luetzerath, a German coal mine expands

Images of demonstrations in the village of Luetzerath, beside a gigantic coal-mine pit.
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Newfoundland wildfires could be sign of what climate change has in store for province

A climatologist says the wildfires that have been burning for more than two weeks in central Newfoundland could be a sign of what’s to come as the province feels the impacts of climate change.

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Climate scientists worry as another above-average hurricane season quickly approaches

Researchers are already predicting that the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season will be above-average. Climate change data shows that more areas are becoming resilient against these stronger, wetter and slower-moving storms.
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Reducing aerosol pollution has led to more hurricanes in the North Atlantic, study shows

As the US and Europe worked for decades to reduce air pollution for the sake of public health and the planet, scientists found an unintended and challenging consequence: an increase in tropical storms in some regions.