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ITALY-ENERGY/APPLES
RTSBEUH9 
September 15, 2022 
A general view shows an apple farm as apple producers in the north of Italy use a natural refrigerator,... 
PREDAIA, Italy 
Fruit farmers use a natural refrigerator to help cut energy bills 
A general view shows an apple farm as apple producers in the north of Italy use a natural refrigerator, carved under the rocks of the Dolomites, to store their harvest in an effort to cut energy bills, in Predaia, Italy, September 13, 2022, in this screengrab taken from a video. REUTERS/Matteo Berlenga 
ITALY-ENERGY/APPLES
RTSBEUHA 
September 15, 2022 
A worker picks apples at a farm as apple producers in the north of Italy use a natural refrigerator,... 
PREDAIA, Italy 
Fruit farmers use a natural refrigerator to help cut energy bills 
A worker picks apples at a farm as apple producers in the north of Italy use a natural refrigerator, carved under the rocks of the Dolomites, to store their harvest in an effort to cut energy bills, in Predaia, Italy, September 13, 2022, in this screengrab taken from a video. REUTERS/Matteo Berlenga 
ITALY-ENERGY/APPLES
RTSBEUHE 
September 15, 2022 
Apples are stored inside a natural refrigerator, carved under the rocks of the Dolomites, where apple... 
PREDAIA, Italy 
Fruit farmers use a natural refrigerator to help cut energy bills 
Apples are stored inside a natural refrigerator, carved under the rocks of the Dolomites, where apple producers are storing their harvest in an effort to cut energy bills, in Predaia, Italy, September 13, 2022, in this screengrab taken from a video. REUTERS/Matteo Berlenga 
ITALY-ENERGY/APPLES
RTSBEUHC 
September 15, 2022 
People walk inside a natural refrigerator, carved under the rocks of the Dolomites, where apple producers... 
PREDAIA, Italy 
Fruit farmers use a natural refrigerator to help cut energy bills 
People walk inside a natural refrigerator, carved under the rocks of the Dolomites, where apple producers are storing their harvest in an effort to cut energy bills, in Predaia, Italy, September 13, 2022, in this screengrab taken from a video. REUTERS/Matteo Berlenga 
ITALY-WEATHER/MOON
RTS3UOIR 
December 18, 2021 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro... 
Unknown, Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites, in Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ITALY-WEATHER/MOON
RTS3UOIS 
December 18, 2021 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro... 
Unknown, Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites, in Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo 
ITALY-WEATHER/MOON
RTS3UO49 
December 18, 2021 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro... 
Unknown, Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites, in Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo 
ITALY-WEATHER/MOON
RTS3UO00 
December 18, 2021 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro... 
Unknown, Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites, in Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo 
ITALY-WEATHER/MOON
RTS3UNYK 
December 18, 2021 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro... 
Unknown, Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites, in Italy 
The moon is pictured over the Dolomites from the Gardena pass, Italy, December 18 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C9Q2 
November 27, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the foreseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Matteo Berlenga 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C9PZ 
November 27, 2020 
Closed chairlifts are seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the foreseeable future 
Closed chairlifts are seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Matteo Berlenga 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C9Q1 
November 27, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the foreseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Matteo Berlenga 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3K0 
November 26, 2020 
A woman uses an app still to be released to check the crowds of the ski slopes at the ski resort of Passo... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A woman uses an app still to be released to check the crowds of the ski slopes at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3JU 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3JS 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3J8 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3J7 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3J6 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3IS 
November 26, 2020 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3IC 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3I1 
November 26, 2020 
Giordano Callegari, 59, poses for a photo at his ski rental at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
Giordano Callegari, 59, poses for a photo at his ski rental at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3I0 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3HZ 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3G8 
November 26, 2020 
Giordano Callegari, 59, does maintenance work on a pair of skis at his ski rental at the ski resort of... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
Giordano Callegari, 59, does maintenance work on a pair of skis at his ski rental at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3G7 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3F6 
November 26, 2020 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed chairlift is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3DN 
November 26, 2020 
Carabinieri police officers are seen at a checkpoint at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
Carabinieri police officers are seen at a checkpoint at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SKI
RTX8C3DI 
November 26, 2020 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3D5 
November 26, 2020 
A closed hotel is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed hotel is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3D7 
November 26, 2020 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EUROPE-SKI
RTX8C3D6 
November 26, 2020 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual... 
Passo Del Tonale, Italy 
Italian ski resorts to remain closed for the forseeable future 
A closed restaurant is seen at the ski resort of Passo Tonale in the Dolomites which has become a virtual ghost town after the government decision to close everything down in fear of the rising numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, in Passo del Tonale, Italy, November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/MANILA BAY
RTX7WHFS 
September 19, 2020 
Workers stand on artificial sand or crushed dolomite, dumped on a portion of Manila Bay as part of the... 
Manila, Philippines 
Philippine government transforms polluted coastline into artificial white sand beach 
Workers stand on artificial sand or crushed dolomite, dumped on a portion of Manila Bay as part of the government's efforts to rehabilitate and beautify the polluted coastline, in Manila, Philippines, September 10, 2020. Picture taken September 10, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez 
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/MANILA BAY
RTX7WHFP 
September 19, 2020 
A worker stands on artificial sand or crushed dolomite, dumped on a portion of Manila Bay as part of... 
Manila, Philippines 
Philippine government transforms polluted coastline into artificial white sand beach 
A worker stands on artificial sand or crushed dolomite, dumped on a portion of Manila Bay as part of the government's efforts to rehabilitate and beautify the polluted coastline, in Manila, Philippines, September 4, 2020. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez 
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/MANILA BAY
RTX7WHFQ 
September 19, 2020 
Workers walk on artificial sand or crushed dolomite, dumped on a portion of Manila Bay as part of the... 
Manila, Philippines 
Philippine government transforms polluted coastline into artificial white sand beach 
Workers walk on artificial sand or crushed dolomite, dumped on a portion of Manila Bay as part of the government's efforts to rehabilitate and beautify the polluted waters, in Manila, Philippines, September 10, 2020. Picture taken September 10, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez 
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/MANILA BAY
RTX7WHFL 
September 19, 2020 
Locals take pictures from a footbridge overlooking the construction of the Manila Bay beach, where artificial... 
Manila, Philippines 
Philippine government transforms polluted coastline into artificial white sand beach 
Locals take pictures from a footbridge overlooking the construction of the Manila Bay beach, where artificial sand or crushed dolomite were dumped as part of the government's efforts to rehabilitate and beautify the polluted coastline, in Manila, Philippines, September 10, 2020. Picture taken September 10, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/MANILA BAY
RTX7WHF9 
September 19, 2020 
A "no swimming" signage is placed on the newly built Manila Bay beach, where tons of artificial sand... 
Manila, Philippines 
Philippine government transforms polluted coastline into artificial white sand beach 
A "no swimming" signage is placed on the newly built Manila Bay beach, where tons of artificial sand or crushed dolomite were dumped as part of the government's efforts to rehabilitate and beautify the polluted coastline, in Manila, Philippines, September 19, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez 
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/MANILA BAY
RTX7WHF8 
September 19, 2020 
The newly-built Manila Bay beach, where tons of artificial sand or crushed dolomite were dumped as part... 
Manila, Philippines 
Philippine government transforms polluted coastline into artificial white sand beach 
The newly-built Manila Bay beach, where tons of artificial sand or crushed dolomite were dumped as part of the government's efforts to rehabilitate and beautify the polluted coastline, is pictured in Manila, Philippines, September 19, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAI 
February 21, 2020 
An Italian alpine rescuer climbs a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture... 
MALGA CIAPELA, Italy 
An Italian alpine rescuer climbs a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela 
An Italian alpine rescuer climbs a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAH 
February 21, 2020 
A reflection of Italian alpine rescuers using snow probes during an avalanche rescue training exercise... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
A reflection of Italian alpine rescuers using snow probes during an avalanche rescue training exercise... 
A reflection of Italian alpine rescuers using snow probes during an avalanche rescue training exercise is seen on goggles of a rescuer in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAG 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture... 
MALGA CIAPELA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAF 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers prepare an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers prepare a avalanche rescue training exercise 
Italian alpine rescuers prepare an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAE 
February 21, 2020 
An Italian alpine rescuer and rescue dog run across snow during an avalanche rescue training exercise... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
An Italian alpine rescuer and rescue dog run across snow during an avalanche rescue training exercise... 
An Italian alpine rescuer and rescue dog run across snow during an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAD 
February 21, 2020 
An Italian alpine rescuer climbs a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture... 
MALGA CIAPELA, Italy 
An Italian alpine rescuer climbs a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela 
An Italian alpine rescuer climbs a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAC 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers are seen using snow probes during a simulation of a rescue of a 'trapped' victim... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers are seen snow probes during a simulation of a rescue of a 'trapped' victim during... 
Italian alpine rescuers are seen using snow probes during a simulation of a rescue of a 'trapped' victim during an avalanche training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAB 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche... 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WAA 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers shovel through snow during a simulation of a rescue of a victim 'trapped' under... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers shovel through snow during a simulation of a rescue of a victim 'trapped' under... 
Italian alpine rescuers shovel through snow during a simulation of a rescue of a victim 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WA9 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture... 
MALGA CIAPELA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WA8 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche... 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
RTS32WA7 
February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers participate in an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy,... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers participate in an avalanche rescue training exercise 
Italian alpine rescuers participate in an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
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February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture... 
MALGA CIAPELA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela 
Italian alpine rescuers climb a frozen waterfall in Malga Ciapela, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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February 21, 2020 
An Italian alpine rescuer shovels through snow during an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
An Italian alpine rescuer shovels through snow during an avalanche rescue training exercise 
An Italian alpine rescuer shovels through snow during an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
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February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers participate in an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy,... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers participate in an avalanche rescue training exercise 
Italian alpine rescuers participate in an avalanche rescue training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ITALY
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February 21, 2020 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a training victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during... 
PASSO FEDAIA, Italy 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a training victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during... 
Italian alpine rescuers simulate a rescue of a training victim who had been 'trapped' under snow during an avalanche training exercise in Passo Fedaia, Italy, February 11, 2020. Picture taken February 11, 2020. Twice a month throughout the year members of the Italian Alpine Rescue Service (CNSAS), many of whom are volunteers, gather for avalanche training 2,000 metres up the mountains in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are heavily affected by climate change with a constant temperature increase and more extreme weather fronts, resulting in shrinking glaciers and the risk of avalanches becoming more common. REUTERS/Yara Nardi 
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January 13, 2020 
25th Critics Choice Awards - Show - Santa Monica, California, U.S., January 12, 2020 - Producer John... 
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25th Critics Choice Awards - Show - Santa Monica, California, U.S. 
25th Critics Choice Awards - Show - Santa Monica, California, U.S., January 12, 2020 - Producer John Davis (L) and Eddie Murphy accept the Best Comedy movie award for "Dolomite Is My Name." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
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January 13, 2020 
25th Critics Choice Awards - Show - Santa Monica, California, U.S., January 12, 2020 - Producer John... 
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES 
25th Critics Choice Awards - Show - Santa Monica, California, U.S. 
25th Critics Choice Awards - Show - Santa Monica, California, U.S., January 12, 2020 - Producer John Davis and Eddie Murphy accept the Best Comedy movie award for "Dolomite Is My Name." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
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December 16, 2018 
Alpine Skiing - Alpine Skiing World Cup - Men's Giant Slalom - Alta Badia, Italy - December 16, 2018... 
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Alpine Skiing World Cup - Men's Giant Slalom 
Alpine Skiing - Alpine Skiing World Cup - Men's Giant Slalom - Alta Badia, Italy - December 16, 2018 General view of the Dolomite Alps before the Men's Giant Slalom REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
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December 15, 2018 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018.... 
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The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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December 15, 2018 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018.... 
Val Gardena, Italy 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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December 15, 2018 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018.... 
Val Gardena, Italy 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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December 15, 2018 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018.... 
Val Gardena, Italy 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena 
The moon rises over the Dolomites alps in Gardena pass in Val Gardena, northern Italy, December 15, 2018. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
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