Ridding Macquarie Island of pests pays off as seabirds come back from the brink – but recovery has just begun
One of the largest publicly funded conservation investments in history is starting to pay off on Macquarie Island.
Laboratory tests following a mass die-off of fish in the Oder River detected high levels of salinity but no mercury poisoning.
Deadly high winds that struck Northern Europe last week generated a record level of wind energy for Poland.
Poland will have to pay a €500,000 ($586,000) fine for each day it continues extracting coal at an open-pit mine near the Czech and German borders, Europe’s top court ruled Monday.