Bhaskar Balasubramani from Salem, India
Lakes have been heating up around the world. Protecting streams, reducing pollution and creating sanctuaries for sensitive species could go a long way toward making lakes more resilient to climate change.
Pollutants in the deepest part of the ocean, increasing litter on the remote Arctic seabed and a sad image showing a turtle entangled in a plastic fishernet. It is high time to tackle marine pollution.
Scientists dove down to 800-meter-deep waters in the Coral Sea off northeastern Australia - and found astonishing species, some of which had never been observed before. Have a look at what is living in the depths.
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