The retreat of North America’s ice sheets in the latter years of the last ice age may have begun with “catastrophic” losses of ice into the North Pacific Ocean along the coast of modern-day British Columbia and Alaska, scientists say.
A new study led by the Department of Biosciences at Durham University, UK, is the first large-scale assessment of how recent changes in both climate and land cover have impacted populations of migrating birds.
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Rates of cerebral palsy among babies in Nordic countries born through in vitro fertilization (IVF) have fallen by more than half over the past two decades, due to fewer twin births from IVF, according to a new study.
The borders of the European Union opened to visitors from beyond Europe Wednesday. Operators from Italy's beleaguered tourism industry are hoping the date proves to be the start of the sector's much-needed recovery, Xinhua reported.
The coronavirus stoppage should not be used as an excuse to end European football’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules or make “opportunist” changes to the international calendar, the head of the European Leagues umbrella organization said.
The Irish government’s climate action plan is designed to ensure the agriculture sector is prepared for future changes in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) focusing on sustainable food production, Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney said.