Low-calorie sweetener 'linked with increased risk of leukemia' - study The US manufacturer of Splenda has rebutted the study, stressing that extensive research has found sucralose to be safe for human consumption
Afar Depression, Ethiopia The steaming volcanic waters of Dallol are havily laced with sulphur, coloured green by a bloom of algae. The sulphur is white when it first precipitates but quickly oxidises into yellow, then orange.
Nigeria says it will soon deploy unmanned drones to curb oil theft
Niger Delta ExxonMobil Spill, Nigeria - May 2010 In Nigeria's Akwa Ibom State, an ExxonMobil pipeline ruptured on May 1 and spilled over a million gallons of oil, reported the Guardian. The leak continued for seven days before it was stopped.
Looks like Earth is already halfway to the danger zone.Less than two weeks before a crucial global climate summit in Paris kicks off, NOAA, NASA and other global temperature monitors released data showing that the planet is halfway to two degrees of warming, the much publicized limit of "controllable" climate change.
El cambio climático puede llevar a 100 millones a la pobreza extrema