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Read our reporting on global decisions that decide the fate of our planet.

Glacial lakes increased by over 50% in 28 years, satellite images confirm

For the first time, scientists have determined the volume of freshwater stored in various glacial lakes around the world, reflecting the sheer volumes of ice that has melted for years in responce of climate change.

VIDEO: Playful Gorilla accurately mimics zookeeper doing headstand

A playful gorilla cleanly managed to mimic a human doing headstand, just goes on to prove how intelligent these gentle creatures are.

India's national capital breathed its cleanest air in 5 years on 2nd Sep 20

Monday marked a record-breaking day in New Delhi's modern history- the national capital region breathed its cleanest air in 5 years, since the Air Quality Index was enacted to measure pollution levels.

Elon Musk should implant Neuralink in his brain rather than pigs, PETA challenges

After Elon Musk gave a rare public demo of his secretive project Neuralink, the world was taken by a surprise with a split. One part was amazed, the other paranoid.

North Korea will shoot at sight anybody who nears Chinese frontiers

North Korea military will shoot at sight any citizen in the country who approach anywhere within one kilometer (0.6 miles) of the Sino-Korean borders, to check the spread of COVID-19, sources told Radio Free Asia (RFA) on Wednesday.

This was actually how big Megalodon shark was, research reveals

Having gone extinct some 23m - 3m years ago, scientists only had so much to draw conclusions about their entire body size of Megalodon.

Five reasons people buy illegal wildlife products – and how to stop them

What pursues people to partake in the illegal wildlife trade by buying illegal products? Experts weight in.

Backlash after tourist selfied 'squeezing' Tiger's testicles in Thailand zoo

Images of a woman fondling with a tiger's testicles in Thailand's Chiang Mai have prompted social media backlash reaffirming concerns of mistreatment of big cats in captivity.