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CHINE-ENVIRONNEMENT/POYANG.FC
RTXELUG1
July 20, 2021
Des navires de dragage aspirent depuis plus de 20 ans de grandes quantités de sable du lit et des rives...
Chine : Extraction de sable dans le lac Poyang.FC
Des navires de dragage aspirent depuis plus de 20 ans de grandes quantités de sable du lit et des rives du lac Poyang, dans la province orientale chinoise de Jiangxi, ce qui modifie radicalement son écosystème.
MONDIAL-ENVIRONNEMENT/SABLE-POYANG.FC
RTXELU6O
July 20, 2021
Des navires de dragage aspirent depuis plus de 20 ans de grandes quantités de sable du lit et des rives...
Comment l'extraction de sable a dévasté le lac Poyang en Chine.FC
Des navires de dragage aspirent depuis plus de 20 ans de grandes quantités de sable du lit et des rives du lac Poyang, dans la province orientale chinoise de Jiangxi, ce qui modifie radicalement son écosystème.
TUNISIA-ENVIRONMENT/ARTIFICIAL REEFS
RTXD2GNO
June 04, 2021
An environmental activist stands on a boat as he drops artificial reefs into the sea to improve the marine...
Monastir, Tunisia
An environmental activist stands on a boat as he drops artificial reefs into the sea, in Monastir
An environmental activist stands on a boat as he drops artificial reefs into the sea to improve the marine ecosystems, in Monastir, Tunisia June 4, 2021. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Jihed Abidellaoui
TUNISIA-ENVIRONMENT/ARTIFICIAL REEFS
RTXD2GNM
June 04, 2021
An artificial reef is placed on the sea bed to improve the marine ecosystems in Monastir, Tunisia June...
Monastir, Tunisia
An artificial reef is placed on the sea bed of Monastir
An artificial reef is placed on the sea bed to improve the marine ecosystems in Monastir, Tunisia June 4, 2021. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Jihed Abidellaoui
TUNISIA-ENVIRONMENT/ARTIFICIAL REEFS
RTXD2GMA
June 04, 2021
An artificial reef is placed on the sea bed to improve the marine ecosystems in Monastir, Tunisia June...
Monastir, Tunisia
An artificial reef is placed on the sea bed of Monastir
An artificial reef is placed on the sea bed to improve the marine ecosystems in Monastir, Tunisia June 4, 2021. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Jihed Abidellaoui
TUNISIA-ENVIRONMENT/ARTIFICIAL REEFS
RTXD2GM7
June 04, 2021
An environmental activist stands on a boat as he drops artificial reefs into the sea to improve the marine...
Monastir, Tunisia
An environmental activist stands on a boat as he drops artificial reefs into the sea, in Monastir
An environmental activist stands on a boat as he drops artificial reefs into the sea to improve the marine ecosystems, in Monastir, Tunisia June 4, 2021. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Jihed Abidellaoui
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVMDN
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles and Minister...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles and Minister of Environment Andrea Meza during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVMDM
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken looks on next to Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles and Minister...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken looks on next to Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles and Minister of Environment Andrea Meza during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVMDL
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVMDJ
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken gestures during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken gestures during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVM6Z
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVM6Y
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVM6X
June 02, 2021
Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles speaks at the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles speaks at the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVM6W
June 02, 2021
Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles speaks at the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles speaks at the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVM6U
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to Costa Rica's Minister of Environment Andrea Meza during...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to Costa Rica's Minister of Environment Andrea Meza during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVM6R
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVM6Q
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVLZL
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVLZJ
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to the Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles during a...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to the Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVLZG
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to the Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles during a...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens to the Costa Rica's first lady Claudia Dobles during a visit to see Rutas Naturbanas and of the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTAM
RTXCVLZC
June 02, 2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and...
San Jose, Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken visits Costa Rica
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the launch of National Land Use, Land Cover, and Ecosystems Monitoring System (SIMOCUTE) in San Jose, Costa Rica June 2, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool
CLIMATE-CHANGE/EXTINCTION REBELLION
RTXCBDXC
May 15, 2021
Police talk with Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, as she blocks a street to protest, demanding...
Berlin, Germany
Extinction Rebellion activist blocks a road to protest against climate change in Berlin
Police talk with Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, as she blocks a street to protest, demanding actions against climate change, in Berlin, Germany May 15, 2021. The placard reads "I'm afraid that our ecosystem will collapse because of climate change". REUTERS/Christian Mang
CLIMATE-CHANGE/EXTINCTION REBELLION
RTXCBDXA
May 15, 2021
Police carry Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, on the sidewalk as she blocks a street to protest,...
Berlin, Germany
Extinction Rebellion activist blocks a road to protest against climate change in Berlin
Police carry Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, on the sidewalk as she blocks a street to protest, demanding actions against climate change, in Berlin, Germany May 15, 2021. The placard reads "I'm afraid that our ecosystem will collapse because of climate change". REUTERS/Christian Mang
CLIMATE-CHANGE/EXTINCTION REBELLION
RTXCBDQ7
May 15, 2021
Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, blocks a street to protest, demanding actions against climate...
Berlin, Germany
Extinction Rebellion activist blocks a road to protest against climate change in Berlin
Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, blocks a street to protest, demanding actions against climate change, in Berlin, Germany May 15, 2021. The placard reads "I'm afraid that our ecosystem will collapse because of climate change" REUTERS/Christian Mang
CLIMATE-CHANGE/EXTINCTION REBELLION
RTXCBDNG
May 15, 2021
Police carry Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, on the sidewalk as she blocks a street to protest,...
Berlin, Germany
Extinction Rebellion activist blocks a road to protest against climate change in Berlin
Police carry Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, on the sidewalk as she blocks a street to protest, demanding actions against climate change, in Berlin, Germany May 15, 2021. The placard reads "I'm afraid that our ecosystem will collapse because of climate change". REUTERS/Christian Mang
CLIMATE-CHANGE/EXTINCTION REBELLION
RTXCBDM2
May 15, 2021
Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, blocks a street to protest, demanding actions against climate...
Berlin, Germany
Extinction Rebellion activist blocks a road to protest against climate change in Berlin
Extinction Rebellion activist Tanja, 46, blocks a street to protest, demanding actions against climate change, in Berlin, Germany May 15, 2021. The placard reads "I'm afraid that our ecosystem will collapse because of climate change" REUTERS/Christian Mang
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8XQ
May 14, 2021
A fish swims in the kelp forest exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, U.S. May...
Monterey, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
A fish swims in the kelp forest exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8XP
May 14, 2021
Kelp is seen in the kelp forest exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, U.S. May...
Monterey, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
Kelp is seen in the kelp forest exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8XO
May 14, 2021
A pair of sea otters rests in the eelgrass in the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May...
MOSS LANDING, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
A pair of sea otters rests in the eelgrass in the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8XN
May 14, 2021
An adult sea otter pushes a sea otter pup on the surface of the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California,...
MOSS LANDING, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
An adult sea otter pushes a sea otter pup on the surface of the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8XM
May 14, 2021
A visitor checks out the kelp forest exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, U.S....
Monterey, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
A visitor checks out the kelp forest exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8UE
May 14, 2021
Sea otters swim in the Elkhorn Slough estuary in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture...
MOSS LANDING, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
Sea otters swim in the Elkhorn Slough estuary in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8UC
May 14, 2021
Seabirds rest on the banks of the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture...
MOSS LANDING, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
Seabirds rest on the banks of the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8UD
May 14, 2021
A pair of harbor seals swims in Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture...
MOSS LANDING, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
A pair of harbor seals swims in Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA OTTERS
RTXDT8UF
May 14, 2021
A sea otter swims in a kelp forest in the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021....
MOSS LANDING, UNITED STATES
Sea otters bring balance to ecosystems battling climate change
A sea otter swims in a kelp forest in the Elkhorn Slough in Moss Landing, California, U.S. May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino
RECHAUFFEMENT-CLIMATIQUE-SCIENTIFIQUE/DUARTE.FC
RTXBQQ0V
April 23, 2021
Selon Carlos Duarte, les écosystèmes marins et côtiers- des récifs coralliens aux mammifères marins en...
Les écosystèmes de “carbone bleu”.FC
Selon Carlos Duarte, les écosystèmes marins et côtiers- des récifs coralliens aux mammifères marins en passant par les herbiers et mangroves- peuvent contribuer à l’élimination de grandes quantités du dioxyde de carbone présent dans l'atmosphère.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-FOREST
RTXCVT0J
April 13, 2021
Piled tree shoots lay on the ground waiting to be planted, at the Yangguan state-backed forest farm,...
DUNHUANG, China
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time
Piled tree shoots lay on the ground waiting to be planted, at the Yangguan state-backed forest farm, on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, April 13, 2021. One such state-backed forest farm designed to repair the region's overworked ecosystem is the 4,200-acre Yangguan project, on the outskirts of the city of Dunhuang, which has proven controversial. Leaseholders eager to plant lucrative but water-intensive grapes levelled large sections of forest in 2017. In March, a government investigation team found Yangguan had violated regulations by allowing vineyards to be planted in protected forest. Villagers were also accused of illegally felling trees, and authorities were ordered to reclaim the illegally occupied land. Officials on the estate said hundreds of staff from government agencies in Dunhuang would arrive soon with the aim of planting 31,000 trees on 93 acres of land in just four days. Gradually the surviving vineyards would be replaced with trees, a manager said, a move that would affect hundreds of farmers. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-FOREST
RTXCVSYA
April 13, 2021
A worker shovels soil next to irrigation channels and recently planted shoots of Xinjiang poplar at the...
DUNHUANG, China
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time
A worker shovels soil next to irrigation channels and recently planted shoots of Xinjiang poplar at the Yangguan state-backed forest farm, on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, April 13, 2021. One such state-backed forest farm designed to repair the region's overworked ecosystem is the 4,200-acre Yangguan project, on the outskirts of the city of Dunhuang, which has proven controversial. Leaseholders eager to plant lucrative but water-intensive grapes levelled large sections of forest in 2017. In March, a government investigation team found Yangguan had violated regulations by allowing vineyards to be planted in protected forest. Villagers were also accused of illegally felling trees, and authorities were ordered to reclaim the illegally occupied land. Officials on the estate said hundreds of staff from government agencies in Dunhuang would arrive soon with the aim of planting 31,000 trees on 93 acres of land in just four days. Gradually the surviving vineyards would be replaced with trees, a manager said, a move that would affect hundreds of farmers. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-FOREST
RTXCVSY9
April 13, 2021
Lines of trees next to a road, mark the border between the desert and one of the sections of the Yangguan...
DUNHUANG, China
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time
Lines of trees next to a road, mark the border between the desert and one of the sections of the Yangguan state-backed forest farm, on the edge of the Gobi desert, on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, April 13, 2021. One such state-backed forest farm designed to repair the region's overworked ecosystem is the 4,200-acre Yangguan project, on the outskirts of the city of Dunhuang, which has proven controversial. Leaseholders eager to plant lucrative but water-intensive grapes levelled large sections of forest in 2017. In March, a government investigation team found Yangguan had violated regulations by allowing vineyards to be planted in protected forest. Villagers were also accused of illegally felling trees, and authorities were ordered to reclaim the illegally occupied land. Officials on the estate said hundreds of staff from government agencies in Dunhuang would arrive soon with the aim of planting 31,000 trees on 93 acres of land in just four days. Gradually the surviving vineyards would be replaced with trees, a manager said, a move that would affect hundreds of farmers. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-FOREST
RTXCVS1H
April 13, 2021
Wheel loaders move soil to prepare a field for tree planting, at one of the sections of the Yangguan...
DUNHUANG, China
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time
Wheel loaders move soil to prepare a field for tree planting, at one of the sections of the Yangguan state-backed forest farm, on the edge of the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, April 13, 2021. One such state-backed forest farm designed to repair the region's overworked ecosystem is the 4,200-acre Yangguan project, on the outskirts of the city of Dunhuang, which has proven controversial. Leaseholders eager to plant lucrative but water-intensive grapes levelled large sections of forest in 2017. In March, a government investigation team found Yangguan had violated regulations by allowing vineyards to be planted in protected forest. Villagers were also accused of illegally felling trees, and authorities were ordered to reclaim the illegally occupied land. Officials on the estate said hundreds of staff from government agencies in Dunhuang would arrive soon with the aim of planting 31,000 trees on 93 acres of land in just four days. Gradually the surviving vineyards would be replaced with trees, a manager said, a move that would affect hundreds of farmers. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CHINA-FOREST
RTXCVS1B
April 13, 2021
Wheel loaders move soil to prepare a field for tree planting, at one of the sections of the Yangguan...
DUNHUANG, China
The Wider Image: The Great Green Wall: China's farmers push back the desert one tree at a time
Wheel loaders move soil to prepare a field for tree planting, at one of the sections of the Yangguan state-backed forest farm, on the edge of the Gobi desert, on the outskirts of Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, April 13, 2021. One such state-backed forest farm designed to repair the region's overworked ecosystem is the 4,200-acre Yangguan project, on the outskirts of the city of Dunhuang, which has proven controversial. Leaseholders eager to plant lucrative but water-intensive grapes levelled large sections of forest in 2017. In March, a government investigation team found Yangguan had violated regulations by allowing vineyards to be planted in protected forest. Villagers were also accused of illegally felling trees, and authorities were ordered to reclaim the illegally occupied land. Officials on the estate said hundreds of staff from government agencies in Dunhuang would arrive soon with the aim of planting 31,000 trees on 93 acres of land in just four days. Gradually the surviving vineyards would be replaced with trees, a manager said, a move that would affect hundreds of farmers. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SAND RAWLINS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEAGRASS
RTXBAWZG
April 08, 2021
Seagrass meadows, phytoplankton and other forms of sea life play an important role in the cycle of carbon...
Interactive Content
How ocean ecosystems help fight climate change
Seagrass meadows, phytoplankton and other forms of sea life play an important role in the cycle of carbon and the fight against climate change.
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
WOMENS-DAY/TURKEY-COAL
RTXA73LX
March 08, 2021
Deniz Gumusel, senior consultant on environmental policy and management, chats with Aytac Yakar, a 53-year-old...
MUGLA, Turkey
The Wider Image: Turkish olive farmer battles to save her land from coal mine
Deniz Gumusel, senior consultant on environmental policy and management, chats with Aytac Yakar, a 53-year-old villager from abandoned Isikdere neighbourhood of Ikizkoy village, near southwestern town of Milas in Mugla province, Turkey, February 25, 2021. Gumusel said three coal power plants in the region caused the death of 45,000 people in the more than 40 years since the first plant came online, mostly due to cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. "This is like war, against people and against forests and ecosystems," she said. But the determination of villagers and some women means there is still room for optimism, she insisted. "Women are carrying out an incredible fight against this unjust coal business. They were very successful in stopping or slowing down the progression of the mines." REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "UMIT COAL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTXA001Y
March 03, 2021
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd walks outside their compound within the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd walks outside their compound within the Amboseli...
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd walks outside their compound within the Amboseli ecosystem near Kimana, Kenya February 9, 2021. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZZP
March 03, 2021
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd stands outside their compound within the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd stands outside their compound within the Amboseli...
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd stands outside their compound within the Amboseli ecosystem near Kimana, Kenya February 9, 2021. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZZO
March 03, 2021
Wildebeests are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the...
KIMANA, Kenya
Wildebeests are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
Wildebeests are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZZM
March 03, 2021
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd stands outside their compound within the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd stands outside their compound within the Amboseli...
Jeremiah Salash, a representative of KiliAvo Fresh Ltd stands outside their compound within the Amboseli ecosystem near Kimana, Kenya February 9, 2021. Picture taken February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZZL
March 03, 2021
Wildebeests are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the...
KIMANA, Kenya
Wildebeests are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
Wildebeests are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
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March 03, 2021
Ernest Manto from the Big Life Foundation talks during a Reuters interview within the Amboseli ecosystem...
KIMANA, Kenya
Ernest Manto from the Big Life Foundation talks during a Reuters interview within the Amboseli ecosystem...
Ernest Manto from the Big Life Foundation talks during a Reuters interview within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
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March 03, 2021
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZZD
March 03, 2021
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZYE
March 03, 2021
An elephant walks within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
An elephant walks within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
An elephant walks within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya January 31, 2021. Picture taken January 31, 2021. REUTERS/Nazanine Moshiri
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZYD
March 03, 2021
A motorcycle taxi rider carries a passenger past a road laced with an electric fence within the Kimana...
KIMANA, Kenya
A motorcycle taxi rider carries a passenger past a road laced with an electric fence within the Kimana...
A motorcycle taxi rider carries a passenger past a road laced with an electric fence within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
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March 03, 2021
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZY7
March 03, 2021
A giraffe crosses a road laced with an electric fence within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial...
KIMANA, Kenya
A giraffe crosses a road laced with an electric fence within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli...
A giraffe crosses a road laced with an electric fence within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZY5
March 03, 2021
Samuel Ole Kaanki chairman of Amboseli Land Owners Conservancy Association (ALOCA) talks during a Reuters...
KIMANA, Kenya
Samuel Ole Kaanki chairman of Amboseli Land Owners Conservancy Association talks during a Reuters interview...
Samuel Ole Kaanki chairman of Amboseli Land Owners Conservancy Association (ALOCA) talks during a Reuters interview within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZX5
March 03, 2021
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZX3
March 03, 2021
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
Elephants are seen within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/ELEPHANTS
RTX9ZZUR
March 03, 2021
An elephant walks within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli...
KIMANA, Kenya
An elephant walks within the Kimana Sanctuary within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana
An elephant walks within the Kimana Sanctuary, part of a crucial wildlife corridor that links the Amboseli National Park to the Chyulu Hills and Tsavo protected areas, within the Amboseli ecosystem in Kimana, Kenya February 8, 2021. Picture taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
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