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Ticks on the rise: a family's encounter reveals growing concerns

Ticks on the rise: a family's encounter reveals growing concerns

Increasing tick population are not just a rural concern but a growing threat in city parks as well, highlighting the need for awareness and protective measures against these disease-carrying pests.

Charlie Gilmour writes for The Guardian.

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Why cheetahs will be especially vulnerable to climate change, according to new research

Even the fastest animal in the world can't outrun the effects of climate change, according to experts.

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U.S. plan calls for EV battery plants in Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia

Joe Davidson writes in the Washington Post about an agreement for EV battery plants that would help African nations process their raw materials instead of richer nations getting the benefits.

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Rare native Irish plants will become extinct as climate change alters habitats

Rare native plants will become extinct and non-native deer will increase across Ireland under the influence of climate change.
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Wildlife winners and losers from the West’s snowy winter

As plants and animals face climate-induced weather extremes across the globe, researchers say there’s a key thing we can do to help beyond the work of rapidly limiting the burning of greenhouse gasses: protect and restore habitat.

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800 species to become extinct due to climate change - study

Climate change is presenting a growing threat to many animals, particularly amphibians and reptiles.
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Endangered Species Act to be strengthened

The Biden administration on Wednesday moved to make it easier to protect wildlife from climate disruption and other threats, restoring protections to the Endangered Species Act that President Donald J. Trump had removed.

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