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FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZP
December 04, 2019
Two-day-old goslings are seen before being fed with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Two-day-old goslings are seen before being fed with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZM
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer holds a two-day-old gosling before being fed with a dose of serum containing the...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer holds a two-day-old gosling before being fed with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZG
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer holds a pipette with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer holds a pipette with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old goslings to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZ5
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old gosling to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZ4
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old gosling to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZ2
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old gosling to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYP
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYM
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYK
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered a process that stimulates the build-up of fat in geese...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered a process that stimulates the build-up of fat in geese to produce naturally fat liver without having to thrust feeding tubes into the geeseÕs gullet, works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYF
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, looks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, looks at samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYD
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYA
December 04, 2019
A dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is seen at "Solides" restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY8
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY4
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY3
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, smells a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, smells a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY2
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY0
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXY
December 04, 2019
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is pictured in a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXT
December 04, 2019
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is pictured in a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXM
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, cuts a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, cuts a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXK
December 04, 2019
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is pictured in a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
ENVIRONMENT-CORALS/SCIENTISTS
RTX75T8G
October 02, 2019
A Pillar coral (Dendrogyra cylindricus) showing a small amount of tissue loss caused by Stony Coral Tissue...
Charlotte Amalie, UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS
A Pillar coral (Dendrogyra cylindricus) showing a small amount of tissue loss caused by Stony Coral Tissue...
A Pillar coral (Dendrogyra cylindricus) showing a small amount of tissue loss caused by Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) stands near the University of the Virgin Islands campus in St Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, May 17, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NJW
October 01, 2019
A zompopa ant reared for human consumption is pictured in the insect farm of biologist Federico Paniagua,...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
A zompopa ant reared for human consumption is pictured in the insect farm of biologist Paniagua in Grecia...
A zompopa ant reared for human consumption is pictured in the insect farm of biologist Federico Paniagua, as he promotes the ingestion of a wide variety of insects as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food, in Grecia, Costa Rica July 13, 2019. Picture taken July 13, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-FOOD/INSECTS
RTX75NJV
October 01, 2019
A zompopa ant, reared for human consumption, is pictured in the insect farm of biologist Federico Paniagua,...
GRECIA, Costa Rica
Zompopa ant reared for human consumption is pictured in the insect farm of biologist Paniagua in Grecia...
A zompopa ant, reared for human consumption, is pictured in the insect farm of biologist Federico Paniagua, who promotes the ingestion of a wide variety of insects as a low-cost and nutrient-rich food, in Grecia, Costa Rica July 13, 2019. Picture taken July 13, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVE FOREST
RTX6WUSB
May 28, 2019
Fishermen like Jose da Cruz have made their living for decades hunting for crabs among Brazil's vast...
CAIRU, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's mangroves on the front line of climate change
Fishermen like Jose da Cruz have made their living for decades hunting for crabs among Brazil's vast coastal mangrove forests, dense thickets of twisted plants in deep black mud that grow where fresh-water rivers meet the brackish Atlantic Ocean. Cruz's average daily catch is half of what it was 10 years ago. In that time, the water line has advanced 3 meters inland from where it used to be, according to Cruz. "Nature is upset. ... In Antarctica, it's melting, nature is melting," he said. "People, you have to have some awareness about what is happening. It's clear what is happening." Climate scientists lend credence to Cruz's interpretation of what he sees. Rising water levels, they say, are a sign of global warming, which also causes water temperatures to rise, killing off some marine life. Globally, scientists have warned that water temperatures are increasing far faster than expected, which drives rising sea levels. Climate change and human development are putting 1 million species, a large share of which live in marine environments, at risk of extinction, according to a report published this year. Mangroves cover 13,989 square kilometers along Brazil's coast - an area larger than the U.S. state of Maryland - and are a vital protection against climate change, according to biologist Renato de Almeida with the nearby Federal University of Reconcavo da Bahia. One acre (~0.40 ha) of the ecosystem absorbs as much or more carbon dioxide as a similar area of the Amazon rainforest, he said. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "BRAZIL MANGROVES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MANGROVE FOREST
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Pictures Report
Scientists warn of grave impacts from loss of natural world
21 PICTURES
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
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21 PICTURES
UN-ENVIRONMENT/BIODIVERSITY
RTX6UJ3N
May 06, 2019
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy...
Paris, France
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES, poses during an interview...
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services), poses during an interview with Reuters ahead of the launch of a landmark report on the damage done by modern civilisation to the natural world at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France, May 5, 2019. Picture taken May 5, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
UN-ENVIRONMENT/BIODIVERSITY
RTX6UJ3M
May 06, 2019
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy...
Paris, France
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES, poses during an interview...
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services), poses during an interview with Reuters ahead of the launch of a landmark report on the damage done by modern civilisation to the natural world at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France, May 5, 2019. Picture taken May 5, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
UN-ENVIRONMENT/BIODIVERSITY
RTX6UJ3G
May 06, 2019
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy...
Paris, France
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES, poses during an interview...
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services), poses during an interview with Reuters ahead of the launch of a landmark report on the damage done by modern civilisation to the natural world at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France, May 5, 2019. Picture taken May 5, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
UN-ENVIRONMENT/BIODIVERSITY
RTX6UJ3A
May 06, 2019
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy...
Paris, France
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES, poses during an interview...
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services), poses during an interview with Reuters ahead of the launch of a landmark report on the damage done by modern civilisation to the natural world at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France, May 5, 2019. Picture taken May 5, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
UN-ENVIRONMENT/BIODIVERSITY
RTX6UJ36
May 06, 2019
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy...
Paris, France
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES, poses during an interview...
Sir Robert Watson, a British environmental scientist who chairs the IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services), poses during an interview with Reuters ahead of the launch of a landmark report on the damage done by modern civilisation to the natural world at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France, May 5, 2019. Picture taken May 5, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
BELGIUM-FOSSILS/BATS
RTS1QM49
May 09, 2018
A scientist uses a magnifying glass to search for fossils of bones or dental remains of small mammals...
Brussels, Belgium
A scientist uses a magnifying glass to search for fossils of bones or dental remains of small mammals...
A scientist uses a magnifying glass to search for fossils of bones or dental remains of small mammals at the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels, Belgium May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-FOSSILS/BATS
RTS1QM45
May 09, 2018
A scientist uses a sieve to search for fossils of bones or dental remains of small mammals at the Royal...
Brussels, Belgium
A scientist uses a sieve to search for fossils of bones or dental remains of small mammals at the Royal...
A scientist uses a sieve to search for fossils of bones or dental remains of small mammals at the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels, Belgium May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-FOSSILS/BATS
RTS1QM3Z
May 09, 2018
Scientist Thierry Smith holds a fossil of a bat's dental remains dating back 33 million years after researchers...
Brussels, Belgium
Scientist Smith holds a fossil of a bat's dental remains dating back 33 million years at the Royal Institute...
Scientist Thierry Smith holds a fossil of a bat's dental remains dating back 33 million years after researchers found a new species of bats called "Myotis Belgicus", at the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels, Belgium May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-FOSSILS/BATS
RTS1QM3Y
May 09, 2018
Scientist Thierry Smith holds a fossil of a bat's dental remains dating back 33 million years after researchers...
Brussels, Belgium
Scientist Smith holds a fossil of a bat's dental remains dating back 33 million years at the Royal Institute...
Scientist Thierry Smith holds a fossil of a bat's dental remains dating back 33 million years after researchers found a new species of bats called "Myotis Belgicus", at the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels, Belgium May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTI1
December 13, 2016
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, shows pieces of mineral rock...
Talca, Chile
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, shows pieces of mineral rock...
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, shows pieces of mineral rock named Riolita, after extracting it in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTHX
December 13, 2016
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, breaks rocks to extract mineral...
Talca, Chile
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, breaks rocks to extract mineral...
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, breaks rocks to extract mineral samples in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016 REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTHP
December 13, 2016
Scientists and geologists take notes of studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon...
Talca, Chile
Scientists and geologists take notes of studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon...
Scientists and geologists take notes of studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTHG
December 13, 2016
Scientists and geologists study pieces of mineral rock after extracting it in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon...
Talca, Chile
Scientists and geologists study pieces of mineral rock after extracting it in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon...
Scientists and geologists study pieces of mineral rock after extracting it in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule), in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTHF
December 13, 2016
A scientist takes a picture with his tablet at the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule), in the VII region...
Talca, Chile
A scientist takes a picture with his tablet at the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule), in the VII region...
A scientist takes a picture with his tablet at the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule), in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTGV
December 13, 2016
Scientists and geologists take notes of studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon...
Talca, Chile
Scientists and geologists take notes of studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon...
Scientists and geologists take notes of studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTGU
December 13, 2016
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer takes notes of his studies...
Talca, Chile
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer takes notes of his studies...
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer takes notes of his studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTGT
December 13, 2016
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Talca, Chile
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study at the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. The sign reads, "Center of monitoring and volcanological studies, Laguna del Maule". REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTGN
December 13, 2016
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Talca, Chile
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study at the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTGB
December 13, 2016
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Talca, Chile
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study at the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTGA
December 13, 2016
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Talca, Chile
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study...
Scientists and geologists are seen during an international meeting of geological and volcanological study at the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTG9
December 13, 2016
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, shows pieces of mineral rock...
Talca, Chile
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, shows pieces of mineral rock...
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, shows pieces of mineral rock named Riolita, after extracting it in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTG7
December 13, 2016
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, takes notes of his studies and geological...
Talca, Chile
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, takes notes of his studies and geological...
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, takes notes of his studies and geological analyses in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016 REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTX2UTG6
December 13, 2016
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, breaks rocks to extract mineral...
Talca, Chile
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, breaks rocks to extract mineral...
U.S. scientist and geologist of the university of Wisconsin, Brad Singer, breaks rocks to extract mineral samples in the Laguna del Maule (Lagoon of Maule) in the VII region of Talca, south of Santiago, Chile November 29, 2016 REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
USA-OBAMA/
RTSQM9O
October 04, 2016
U.S. President Barack Obama (L), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe leave...
Washington, UNITED STATES
President Barack Obama, actor Leonardo DiCaprio and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe leave after a...
U.S. President Barack Obama (L), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe leave after a discussion on the importance of protecting the one planet at the South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
USA-OBAMA/
RTSQM9A
October 04, 2016
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine...
Washington, UNITED STATES
President Barack Obama speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe during...
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe during a discussion on the importance of protecting the one planet at the South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
USA-OBAMA/
RTSQM93
October 04, 2016
U.S. President Barack Obama (R), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (L) and climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama, actor Leonardo DiCaprio and climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe arrive...
U.S. President Barack Obama (R), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (L) and climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe arrive to discuss the importance of protecting the one planet at South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
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U.S. President Barack Obama (R) waves as he arrives with actor Leonardo DiCaprio to discuss the importance of protecting the one planet at South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
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U.S. President Barack Obama (R), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (L) and climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe...
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U.S. President Barack Obama, actor Leonardo DiCaprio and climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe arrive...
U.S. President Barack Obama (R), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (L) and climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe arrive to discuss the importance of protecting the one planet at South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
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Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe speaks during a discussion on the importance of protecting the one...
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Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe speaks during a discussion on the importance of protecting the one...
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Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks next to climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe during a discussion about...
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks next to climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe during a discussion about the importance of protecting the one planet at the South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
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U.S. President Barack Obama (L) speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine...
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U.S. President Obama speaks along actor DiCaprio and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe during a discussion...
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe during a discussion about the importance of protecting the one planet at the South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
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U.S. President Barack Obama (L) speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine...
Washington, UNITED STATES
President Barack Obama speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe in...
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) speaks along actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe during a discussion on the importance of protecting the one planet at the South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
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U.S. President Barack Obama (L), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe greet...
Washington, UNITED STATES
President Barack Obama, actor Leonardo DiCaprio and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe greet the audience...
U.S. President Barack Obama (L), actor Leonardo DiCaprio (R) and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe greet the audience after a discussion on the importance of protecting the one planet at the South by South Lawn event at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
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