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Deborah Zabarenko

Deborah Zabarenko

    No crustacean, no cry? Bob Marley gets his own species
    No crustacean, no cry? Bob Marley gets his own species
    In Marley's case, it's a small parasitic crustacean blood feeder that infests fish in
    Washington forum draws worst greenhouse polluters
    Washington forum draws worst greenhouse polluters
    Diplomats from the world's biggest greenhouse gas polluters including the United States, China and India are set to take part in a forum on Monday...
    As climate changes, is water the new oil?
    As climate changes, is water the new oil?
    If water is the new oil, is blue the new green?
    Women face tougher impact from climate change
    Women face tougher impact from climate change
    Climate change is harder on women in poor countries, where mothers stay in areas hit by drought, deforestation or crop failure as men move to...
    Olympians face tough opponent: Pollution
    Olympians face tough opponent: Pollution
    Eat an orange. Wear a face mask. Train elsewhere and fly in at the last possible moment to compete.
    By saving gorillas, can Congolese save themselves?
    By saving gorillas, can Congolese save themselves?
    If the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) save the mountain gorilla, might the gorilla return the favour?
    Do food miles make a difference to warming?
    Do food miles make a difference to warming?
    The United States local food movement -- which used to be elite, expensive and mostly coastal -- has gone mainstream, with a boost from environmentalists who reckon that eating what grows nearby cuts down on global warming....
    US climate talks draw world's biggest polluters
    US climate talks draw world's biggest polluters
    The United States-sponsored meeting of major emitting countries is aimed at supporting and accelerating the United Nations process on climate...
    How to see a penguin in Antarctica? Play it cool
    How to see a penguin in Antarctica? Play it cool
    It seems best to play it cool if you want to see a penguin. Those who come to McMurdo Station, the biggest United States science base in Antarctica, often dream of seeing the regal Emperor penguins or the smaller Adelies, but environmental policies require humans let the birds make the...