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USA-CHINA/CRIME-MASSACHUSETTS
RTXGVRV5
September 08, 2021
Chinese businessman Shuren Qin, a marine biologist and founder of a company that sells oceanographic...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Chinese businessman Shuren Qin sentenced in Boston
Chinese businessman Shuren Qin, a marine biologist and founder of a company that sells oceanographic instruments, arrives at the federal courthouse to be sentenced after pleading guilty to charges of smuggling marine technology out of the United States for the benefit of a Chinese military university involved in developing underwater drones, in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., September 8, 2021. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-CHINA/CRIME-MASSACHUSETTS
RTXGVRTR
September 08, 2021
Chinese businessman Shuren Qin, a marine biologist and founder of a company that sells oceanographic...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Chinese businessman Shuren Qin sentenced in Boston
Chinese businessman Shuren Qin, a marine biologist and founder of a company that sells oceanographic instruments, arrives at the federal courthouse to be sentenced after pleading guilty to charges of smuggling marine technology out of the United States for the benefit of a Chinese military university involved in developing underwater drones, in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., September 8, 2021. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESVFQ
July 26, 2021
A crab walks on the ground at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest near the Guanabara Bay where biologist...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
A crab walks on the ground at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest near the Guanabara Bay where biologist Mario Moscatelli and workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, planted red mangrove seedlings to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau


BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESVEF
July 26, 2021
A worker of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps,...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
A worker of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, plants red mangrove seedlings with biologist Mario Moscatelli and other Jardim Gramacho landfill workers at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest area near the Guanabara Bay to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESVDG
July 26, 2021
Garbage litters areas of the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest near the Guanabara Bay where biologist...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Garbage litters areas of the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest near the Guanabara Bay where biologist Mario Moscatelli and workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, planted red mangrove seedlings to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau

BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESV8Y
July 26, 2021
Biologist Mario Moscatelli gestures towards garbage that litters areas of the recovering Gramacho mangrove...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Biologist Mario Moscatelli gestures towards garbage that litters areas of the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest near the Guanabara Bay where he and workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, planted red mangrove seedlings to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau 

BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESV69
July 26, 2021
Garbage litters areas of the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest near the Guanabara Bay where biologist...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Garbage litters areas of the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest near the Guanabara Bay where biologist Mario Moscatelli and workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, planted red mangrove seedlings to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau

BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESV41
July 26, 2021
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps,...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, plant red mangrove seedlings with biologist Mario Moscatelli at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest area near the Guanabara Bay to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau

BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESV3Z
July 26, 2021
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps,...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, plant red mangrove seedlings with biologist Mario Moscatelli at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest area near the Guanabara Bay to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau


BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESUMQ
July 26, 2021
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps,...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, plant red mangrove seedlings with biologist Mario Moscatelli at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest area near the Guanabara Bay to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESUBH
July 26, 2021
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps,...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, plant red mangrove seedlings with biologist Mario Moscatelli at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest area near the Guanabara Bay to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau


BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVES
RTXESTW1
July 26, 2021
Biologist Mario Moscatelli and workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of...
Duque De Caxias, Brazil
International Mangrove Day in Duque de Caxias
Biologist Mario Moscatelli and workers of the Jardim Gramacho landfill, which was the site of one of the world's largest garbage dumps, plant red mangrove seedlings at the recovering Gramacho mangrove forest area near the Guanabara Bay to mark International Mangrove Day, in Duque de Caxias, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lucas Landau
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELM5B
July 14, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, stands...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), stands next to photos of her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, at her home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 14, 2021. Picture taken July 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELM3Z
July 14, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, draws...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), draws fishes accompanied by her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, at their home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 14, 2021. Picture taken July 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELM3E
July 14, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company Comlurb,...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), points at an image of a fish accompanied by her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, at their home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 14, 2021. Picture taken July 14, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELLXN
July 09, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, collects...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), collects garbage on the sea accompanied by her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, in the Praia Vermelha beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 9, 2021. Picture taken July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELLR1
July 09, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, collects...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), collects garbage on the sea accompanied by her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, in the Praia Vermelha beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 9, 2021. Picture taken July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELLNO
July 09, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, collects...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), collects garbage on the sea accompanied by her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, in the Praia Vermelha beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 9, 2021. Picture taken July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELLED
July 09, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, collects...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), collects garbage in the sea accompanied by her father Ricardo Gomes, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, at the Praia Vermelha beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 9, 2021. Picture taken July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELM3X
July 04, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, collects...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), collects garbage on the sea accompanied by her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, in the Praia da Urca beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 4, 2021. Picture taken July 4, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
BRAZIL-OCEAN/MINI-DEFENDER
RTXELM03
July 04, 2021
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company, collects...
4-year-old Nina Gomes, who was named as the youngest "Green Agent" by the Municipal Urban Cleaning Company (COMLURB), collects garbage on the sea accompanied by her father, marine biologist and director of the NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, Ricardo Gomes, in the Praia da Urca beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 4, 2021. Picture taken July 4, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
HEALTH-CANCER/AI
RTXG9JY8
June 02, 2021
A biologist looks through a microscope in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest, Hungary, June...
Budapest, Hungary
A biologist looks through a microscope in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest
A biologist looks through a microscope in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest, Hungary, June 2, 2021. Picture taken June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HEALTH-CANCER/AI
RTXG9JY5
June 02, 2021
A biologist works on DNA extracted from cancer tissue in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest,...
Budapest, Hungary
A biologist works on DNA extracted from cancer tissue in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest
A biologist works on DNA extracted from cancer tissue in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest, Hungary, June 2, 2021. Picture taken June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HEALTH-CANCER/AI
RTXG9JY6
June 02, 2021
A biologist works on DNA extracted from cancer tissue in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest,...
Budapest, Hungary
A biologist works on DNA extracted from cancer tissue in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest
A biologist works on DNA extracted from cancer tissue in Oncompass Medicine's laboratory in Budapest, Hungary, June 2, 2021. Picture taken June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
USA-CICADAS/LIFECYCLE
RTXCNEBU
May 22, 2021
Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, holds a sample of a newly emerged...
Blairsville, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Getting up close with cicadas to find climate change clues
Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, holds a sample of a newly emerged Brood X cicada during a field trip to map out and collect samples, near Blairsville, Georgia, U.S., May 22, 2021. "As the climate gets warmer, you get a longer growing season. And if you get a longer growing season, the cicadas can get bigger every year," Simon says. "So there's more ready to come out four years early." REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "CICADAS BARRIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-CICADAS/LIFECYCLE
RTXCNEBT
May 22, 2021
A net is used by Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, (not pictured),...
Blairsville, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Getting up close with cicadas to find climate change clues
A net is used by Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, (not pictured), to capture Brood X cicadas during a field trip to map out and collect samples near Blairsville, Georgia, U.S., May 22, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "CICADAS BARRIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-CICADAS/LIFECYCLE
RTXCNEBR
May 22, 2021
A newly emerged Brood X cicada flies away as it is freed by Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at...
Blairsville, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Getting up close with cicadas to find climate change clues
A newly emerged Brood X cicada flies away as it is freed by Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, during a field trip to map out and collect samples near Blairsville, Georgia, U.S., May 22, 2021. "As the climate gets warmer, you get a longer growing season. And if you get a longer growing season, the cicadas can get bigger every year," Simon says. "So there's more ready to come out four years early." REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "CICADAS BARRIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-CICADAS/LIFECYCLE
RTXCNEAN
May 22, 2021
Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, looks at a map of the south...
Blairsville, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Getting up close with cicadas to find climate change clues
Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, looks at a map of the south east of United States with information about newly emerged Brood X cicadas, as she prepares to go on a field trip to map out and collect samples, in Blairsville, Georgia, U.S., May 22, 2021. "The biggest questions are: Is climate change changing their life cycles? And then, how does it change them?" said Simon. REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "CICADAS BARRIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-CICADAS/LIFECYCLE
RTXCNEAM
May 22, 2021
Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, and her husband Stephen Chiswell,...
Blairsville, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Getting up close with cicadas to find climate change clues
Chris Simon, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Connecticut, and her husband Stephen Chiswell, an oceanographer, visit a forrest to map out and collect samples of newly emerged Brood X cicadas during a field trip near Blairsville, Georgia, U.S., May 22, 2021. "The biggest questions are: Is climate change changing their life cycles? And then, how does it change them?" said Simon. REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "CICADAS BARRIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CALIFORNIA-DROUGHT/
RTXC98WN
May 11, 2021
Kari Burr, fisheries biologist and project manager with the fishery foundation of California, oversees...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Rivers too warm for salmon, wildfires loom as California drought emergency grows
Kari Burr, fisheries biologist and project manager with the fishery foundation of California, oversees the release of juvenile chinook salmon into the ocean after being transported from the Nimbus Fish Hatchery in the Central Valley to Mare Island, California, U.S, on May 11, 2021. Picture taken May 11, 2021. REUTERS/Nina Riggio
CALIFORNIA-DROUGHT/
RTXC98WG
May 11, 2021
Kari Burr (L), fisheries biologist and project manager, and Jim Walker, fisheries biologist with the...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Rivers too warm for salmon, wildfires loom as California drought emergency grows
Kari Burr (L), fisheries biologist and project manager, and Jim Walker, fisheries biologist with the fishery foundation of California, oversee juvenile chinook salmon getting released into the ocean after being transported from the Nimbus Fish Hatchery in the Central Valley to Mare Island, California, U.S, on May 11, 2021. Picture taken May 11, 2021. REUTERS/Nina Riggio
CALIFORNIA-DROUGHT/
RTXC98WE
May 11, 2021
Kari Burr, fisheries biologist and project manager with the fishery foundation of California, oversees...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Rivers too warm for salmon, wildfires loom as California drought emergency grows
Kari Burr, fisheries biologist and project manager with the fishery foundation of California, oversees the release of juvenile chinook salmon into the ocean after being transported from the Nimbus Fish Hatchery in the Central Valley to Mare Island, California, U.S, on May 11, 2021. Picture taken May 11, 2021. REUTERS/Nina Riggio
CALIFORNIA-DROUGHT/
RTXC98WA
May 11, 2021
Kari Burr (L), fisheries biologist and project manager, and Jim Walker, fisheries biologist with the...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Rivers too warm for salmon, wildfires loom as California drought emergency grows
Kari Burr (L), fisheries biologist and project manager, and Jim Walker, fisheries biologist with the fishery foundation of California, hold a tube where juvenile chinook salmon have been transported by staff at the Nimbus Fish Hatchery from the Central Valley to Mare Island, California, U.S, on May 11, 2021. Picture taken May 11, 2021. REUTERS/Nina Riggio
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA
RTXBP78Q
April 22, 2021
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, works on his research...
LIZARD ISLAND, Australia
Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, works on his research project while cooperating with Ken Caldeira, an atmospheric scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science's Department of Global Ecology, while working at a research station on Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia on October 23, 2019. Picture taken October 23, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA
RTXBP75V
April 22, 2021
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, and Keaton Mertz dive...
LIZARD ISLAND, Australia
Ken Caldeira on Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, and Keaton Mertz dive while working on a project with Ken Caldeira, an atmospheric scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science's Department of Global Ecology, at a research station on Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia October 23, 2019. Picture taken October 23, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA REUTERS/Lucas Jackson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA
RTXBP75T
April 22, 2021
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, works on his research...
LIZARD ISLAND, Australia
Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, works on his research project while working with Ken Caldeira, an atmospheric scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science's Department of Global Ecology, while working at a research station on Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia on October 23, 2019. Picture taken October 23, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA
RTXBP75S
April 22, 2021
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, prepares to serve food...
LIZARD ISLAND, Australia
Ken Caldeira on Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia
Yui Takeshita, a marine biologist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, prepares to serve food at a team dinner while working with Ken Caldeira, an atmospheric scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science's Department of Global Ecology, while working at a research station on Lizard Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia on October 22, 2019. Picture taken October 22, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/SCIENTISTS-CALDEIRA REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
RTXBAX4D
April 08, 2021
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
RTXBAX4C
April 08, 2021
Marine biologist Tim Lewis carries a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within the...
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles
Marine biologist Tim Lewis carries a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank
Marine biologist Tim Lewis carries a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
RTXBAX47
April 08, 2021
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
RTXBAX46
April 08, 2021
Marine biologist Tim Lewis retrieves a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within...
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles
Marine biologist Tim Lewis retrieves a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank
Marine biologist Tim Lewis retrieves a Niskin Water Sampling Bottle at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
RTXBAX45
April 08, 2021
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
RTXBAX42
April 08, 2021
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
SAYA DE MALHA BANK, Seychelles
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis prepare Niskin Water Sampling Bottles at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene plateau, Mauritius March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/WHALES
RTXAOUF4
March 22, 2021
Marine biologist Tim Lewis conducts a sight survey aboard the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya...
SAYA DE MALHA, Mauritius
Marine biologist Tim Lewis conducts a sight survey aboard the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya...
Marine biologist Tim Lewis conducts a sight survey aboard the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 5, 2021. Picture taken March 5, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/WHALES
RTXAOUF3
March 22, 2021
Greenpeace campaign lead Maria Jose Caballero and marine biologist Tim Lewis are seen on a sight survey...
SAYA DE MALHA, Mauritius
Whale sightings aid quest to protect wildlife in Indian Ocean oasis
Greenpeace campaign lead Maria Jose Caballero and marine biologist Tim Lewis are seen on a sight survey aboard the Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 11, 2021. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/WHALES
RTXAOUF1
March 22, 2021
Greenpeace campaign lead Maria Jose Caballero and marine biologist Tim Lewis are seen on a sight survey...
SAYA DE MALHA, Mauritius
Whale sightings aid quest to protect wildlife in Indian Ocean oasis
Greenpeace campaign lead Maria Jose Caballero and marine biologist Tim Lewis are seen on a sight survey aboard the Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 11, 2021. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/WHALES
RTXAOUEZ
March 22, 2021
Marine biologist Tim Lewis deploys hydroplane into the Indian Ocean from the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise...
SAYA DE MALHA, Mauritius
Whale sightings aid quest to protect wildlife in Indian Ocean oasis
Marine biologist Tim Lewis deploys hydroplane into the Indian Ocean from the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 11, 2021. Picture taken March 11, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/WHALES
RTXAOUEY
March 22, 2021
Marine biologists prepare to get on a rigid inflatable boat to observe whales from aboard the Greenpeace...
SAYA DE MALHA, Mauritius
Whale sightings aid quest to protect wildlife in Indian Ocean oasis
Marine biologists prepare to get on a rigid inflatable boat to observe whales from aboard the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 14, 2021. Picture taken March 14, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/WHALES
RTXAOUEX
March 22, 2021
Marine biologist Tim Lewis is seen on a rigid inflatable boat near the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship...
SAYA DE MALHA, Mauritius
Whale sightings aid quest to protect wildlife in Indian Ocean oasis
Marine biologist Tim Lewis is seen on a rigid inflatable boat near the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship expedition at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 14, 2021. Picture taken March 14, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
CLIMATE-CHANGE/WHALES
RTXAOUET
March 22, 2021
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis...
SAYA DE MALHA, Mauritius
Whale sightings aid quest to protect wildlife in Indian Ocean oasis
Lecturer in ecology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Kirsten Thompson and marine biologist Tim Lewis discuss after a sight survey aboard the Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise ship at the Saya de Malha Bank within the Mascarene Plateau, Mauritius March 5, 2021. Picture taken March 5, 2021. REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre
WATER-DAY/GLOBAL
RTXAKGS9
March 18, 2021
An aerial view shows disposed garbage on the shore of Guanabara bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The Wider Image: Seen from the sky: polluted waters around the world
An aerial view shows disposed garbage on the shore of Guanabara bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 17, 2021. One of the legacy promises of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was the cleanup of Guanabara Bay. After four years, the situation has worsened, according to data from state environmental institute Inea. The environmental degradation of the water bodies in metropolitan Rio is putting at both local ecosystems and public health at risk, says Brazilian biologist Mario Moscatelli. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "GLOBAL WATER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/POLLUTION
RTX9S7TZ
February 25, 2021
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, picks up...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Pollution on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, picks up garbage on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 24, 2021. Picture taken February 24, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/POLLUTION
RTX9S7RS
February 25, 2021
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, holds garbage...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Pollution on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, holds garbage on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 24, 2021. Picture taken February 24, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/POLLUTION
RTX9S7HG
February 25, 2021
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, walks amid...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Pollution on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, walks amid garbage on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 24, 2021. Picture taken February 24, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/POLLUTION
RTX9S6SR
February 25, 2021
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, holds garbage...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Pollution on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro
Photographer and marine biologist Ricardo Gomes, who is a member of NGO Instituto Mar Urbano, holds garbage on the banks of Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, February 24, 2021. Picture taken February 24, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-JOHNSON
RTX98U1M
February 13, 2021
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, wearing a face mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus...
Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the QuantuMDx Biotechnology company, in Newcastle Upon...
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, wearing a face mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), uses a pipette as he is briefed by a molecular biologist during a visit to the QuantuMDx Biotechnology company, in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Britain, February 13, 2021. Ian Forsyth/Pool via REUTERS
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-JOHNSON
RTX98SV5
February 13, 2021
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, wearing a face mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus...
Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the QuantuMDx Biotechnology company, in Newcastle Upon...
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, wearing a face mask to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), uses a pipette as he is briefed by a molecular biologist during a visit to the QuantuMDx Biotechnology company, in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Britain, February 13, 2021. Ian Forsyth/Pool via REUTERS
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAK
January 11, 2021
Day laborer Ilandio Pereira da Silva, forestry student Mateus Sanquetta and Rioterra biologist Alexandre...
ITAPUA DO OESTE, Brazil
Day laborer Ilandio Pereira da Silva, forestry student Mateus Sanquetta and Rioterra biologist Alexandre...
Day laborer Ilandio Pereira da Silva, forestry student Mateus Sanquetta and Rioterra biologist Alexandre Lima Queiroz take samples of cow pasture in Itapua do Oeste, Rondonia state, Brazil, November 4, 2020. Picture taken November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Jake Spring
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAG
January 11, 2021
Rioterra biologist Alexandre Lima Queiroz marks a tree on a parcel of Amazon rainforest in Itapua do...
ITAPUA DO OESTE, Brazil
Rioterra biologist Alexandre Lima Queiroz marks a tree on a parcel of Amazon rainforest in Itapua do...
Rioterra biologist Alexandre Lima Queiroz marks a tree on a parcel of Amazon rainforest in Itapua do Oeste, Rondonia state, Brazil November 4, 2020. Picture taken November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Jake Spring
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/SANTA-DIVER
RTX8FIK9
December 11, 2020
People use their smartphones as biologist Felipe Luna, dressed as Santa Claus, swims among fishes at...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
People watch as biologist Felipe Luna, dressed as Santa Claus swims at the AquaRio aquarium in Rio
People use their smartphones as biologist Felipe Luna, dressed as Santa Claus, swims among fishes at the AquaRio aquarium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 11, 2020. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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