Iceland evacuates town and raises aviation alert as concerns rise a volcano may erupt

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LONDON (AP) — Residents of a fishing town in southwestern Iceland left their homes Saturday after increasing concern about a potential volcanic eruption caused...

France’s Macron says melting glaciers are ‘an unprecedented challenge for humanity’

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PARIS (AP) — Melting glaciers are an “unprecedented challenge for humanity,” French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday, as he launched a call for...

Wildlife refuge pond in Hawaii mysteriously turns bright pink. Drought may be to blame

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HONOLULU (AP) — A pond in Hawaii has turned so bubble-gum pink it could be from the set of “Barbie,” but the bizarre phenomenon...

Iceland’s Blue Lagoon spa closes temporarily as earthquakes put area on alert for volcanic...

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HUSAVIK, Iceland (AP) — The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa — one of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions — closed temporarily as a swarm of earthquakes...

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

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The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group.The...

New island emerges after undersea volcano erupts off Japan, but experts say it may...

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TOKYO (AP) — An undersea volcano erupted off Japan three weeks ago, providing a rare view of the birth of a tiny new island,...

Pacific leaders to meet on beautiful island to discuss climate change and other regional...

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A group of South Pacific leaders was due to travel to the stunning island of Aitutaki on Thursday to...

2 more endangered Florida panthers struck and killed by vehicles, wildlife officials say

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LABELLE, Fla. (AP) — Two endangered Florida panthers have been struck and killed by vehicles, officials said.A 2-year-old male panther's remains were found Monday...

Nasty drought in Syria, Iraq and Iran wouldn’t have happened without climate change, study...

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A three-year drought that has left millions of people in Syria, Iraq and Iran with little water wouldn’t have happened without human-caused climate change,...

October obliterated temperature records, virtually guaranteeing 2023 will be hottest year on record

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This October was the hottest on record globally, 1.7 degrees Celsius (3.1 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than the pre-industrial average for the month — and...