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KEVIN00 --- 10:41:45 24.2.2020
NASA satellite images reveal dramatic melting in Antarctica after record heat wave
Earlier this month, temperatures in Antarctica appeared to reach a record-breaking 64.9 degrees Fahrenheit, matching the temperature in Los Angeles that day. New images released by NASA show the dramatic ice melt caused by the heat wave, a phenomenon that is becoming more and more common in the peninsula.

KEVIN00 --- 9:53:09 24.2.2020
In Bali, young people lead the fight as a plastic plague threatens paradise
• The lack of a centralized waste management system in Bali, as in much of Indonesia, has led to most trash being dumped on land, rivers, and in the sea.
• Indonesia is the world’s No. 2 contributor to the plastic waste in the oceans, behind only China.
In Bali, the fight against plastic waste is being spearheaded by local organizations, communities and youth groups, who have already convinced the local government to ban single-use plastics.
• The groups are pushing for a greater role by the government, particularly to centralize the waste collection and processing system.

KEVIN00 --- 17:16:55 18.2.2020
UK Airports Must Shut to Reach 2050 Climate Target, New Research Concludes
If it is to achieve its target of net zero climate emissions by 2050, all UK airports must close by mid-century and the country will have to make other drastic and fundamental lifestyle changes, says a report from a research group backed by the government in London.

KEVIN00 --- 17:33:56 17.2.2020
Toxic dump: First-world electronics scrapyard in Ghana puts THOUSANDS at risk of cancer
Ghana has become one of the world's largest dumping grounds for electronic waste, creating a deadly industry that has put thousands at risk. RT's Ruptly video agency talked to people living in the epicenter of the catastrophe.
The electronics scrapyard near Ghana's capital, Accra, has left the surrounding region contaminated with hazardous toxins that have polluted the environment and created serious health problems for residents. According to one estimate, around 200,000 tons of the globe's discarded electronics find their way to one slum in Accra – the equivalent weight of more than one thousand blue whales.

KEVIN00 --- 11:01:18 8.2.2020
Fireflies are facing extinction due to habitat loss, pesticides and artificial light
Around the world, fireflies light up the night with their shimmering bodies. But scientists say this magical display is under threat -- with the loss of their natural habitats, pesticide use and artificial light putting some of the 2,000 or so species at risk of extinction.

KEVIN00 --- 10:31:59 8.2.2020
Canadian Town Evacuated After Another Oil Train Derails and Burns
Early in the morning of February 6, an oil train derailed and caught fire near Guernsey, Saskatchewan, resulting in the Canadian village's evacuation. This is the second oil train to derail and burn near Guernsey, following one in December that resulted in a fire and oil spill of 400,000 gallons.

KEVIN00 --- 10:14:10 8.2.2020
Snaring Death Of Family Dog Raises Questions About Trapping On Public Lands
Karen Zoller's two rescue dogs, Macy and Izza, love to run and explore. So, she takes them to public trails around Fremont County where she can let them off leash.
But lately, she's had to be careful when she takes her dogs out on public land. On a recent walk in Shoshone National Forest, she wondered aloud whether the trail was safe.

KEVIN00 --- 10:53:51 1.2.2020
Platypuses at risk of extinction due to Australia's devastating drought
Australia's severe drought and other climate change effects are driving the native platypus towards extinction, researchers warn. With rivers drying up, many platypuses are becoming stranded and a new study led by University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney's Centre for Ecosystem Science has examined the risks of extinction for the unique mammal.