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EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
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April 08, 2022 
A mountain guide in the Cholita climbers group attends the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
A mountain guide in the Cholita climbers group attends the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786M1 
April 08, 2022 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group pass in front of a no trespassing sign during the inauguration... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group pass in front of a no trespassing sign during the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KV 
April 08, 2022 
Llamas walk near the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
Llamas walk near the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KU 
April 08, 2022 
Meltwater pools at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
Meltwater pools at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KT 
April 08, 2022 
A mountain guide in the Cholita climbers group attends the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
A mountain guide in the Cholita climbers group attends the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KP 
April 08, 2022 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KO 
April 08, 2022 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KS 
April 08, 2022 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KR 
April 08, 2022 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
Mountain guides in the Cholita climbers group attend the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
EARTH-DAY/BOLIVIA-GLACIERS
RTS786KQ 
April 08, 2022 
A mountain guide in the Cholita climbers group passes in front of a no trespassing sign during the inauguration... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
In Bolivia, a battle over a receding glacier 'doomed to disappear' 
A mountain guide in the Cholita climbers group passes in front of a no trespassing sign during the inauguration of tourist season at the Charquini glacier, as scientists and climbers battle over the future of the controversial lure for tourists, outside of El Alto, Bolivia April 8, 2022. Picture taken April 8, 2022. REUTERS/Claudia Morales 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/GERMANY-PROTEST
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April 06, 2022 
Police officers cuts a chain of an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking... 
Berlin, Germany 
Scientists Rebellion protest in Berlin 
Police officers cuts a chain of an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking a bridge in central Berlin, Germany, April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/GERMANY-PROTEST
RTS6UKYN 
April 06, 2022 
A police officer removes glue from the hand of an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change... 
Berlin, Germany 
Scientists Rebellion protest in Berlin 
A police officer removes glue from the hand of an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking a bridge in central Berlin, Germany, April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/GERMANY-PROTEST
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April 06, 2022 
Police officers remove an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking a bridge... 
Berlin, Germany 
Scientists Rebellion protest in Berlin 
Police officers remove an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking a bridge in central Berlin, Germany, April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/GERMANY-PROTEST
RTS6UKS3 
April 06, 2022 
Activists from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group block a bridge in central Berlin, Germany,... 
Berlin, Germany 
Scientists Rebellion protest in Berlin 
Activists from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group block a bridge in central Berlin, Germany, April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/GERMANY-PROTEST
RTS6UKQL 
April 06, 2022 
A police officer removes glue from the hand of an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change... 
Berlin, Germany 
Scientists Rebellion protest in Berlin 
A police officer removes glue from the hand of an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking a bridge in central Berlin, Germany, April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/GERMANY-PROTEST
RTS6UKKL 
April 06, 2022 
A police removes an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking a bridge in central... 
Berlin, Germany 
Scientists Rebellion protest in Berlin 
A police removes an activist from the Scientist Rebellion climate change group blocking a bridge in central Berlin, Germany, April 6, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang 
MADAGASCAR-DROUGHT/
RTS6DI3L 
February 16, 2022 
Kazy Zanapizo works on her land in the village of Ambory, Erada commune, Androy region, Madagascar, February... 
AMBORY, Madagascar 
The Wider Image: A green island turns red: Madagascans struggle through long drought 
Kazy Zanapizo works on her land in the village of Ambory, Erada commune, Androy region, Madagascar, February 16, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "KONSTANTINIDIS MADAGASCAR DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MADAGASCAR-DROUGHT/
RTS6DI3I 
February 15, 2022 
Boys sell charcoal in a market, in the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022.... 
Ambovombe, Madagascar 
The Wider Image: A green island turns red: Madagascans struggle through long drought 
Boys sell charcoal in a market, in the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "KONSTANTINIDIS MADAGASCAR DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MADAGASCAR-DROUGHT/
RTS6DI15 
February 15, 2022 
Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15,... 
Ambovombe, Madagascar 
The Wider Image: A green island turns red: Madagascans struggle through long drought 
Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "KONSTANTINIDIS MADAGASCAR DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
MADAGASCAR-DROUGHT/
RTS6DI2T 
February 14, 2022 
A man pushes his bike along RN13 (National Road 13), near Ambovombe, Madagascar, February 14, 2022. Madagascar... 
Ambovombe, Madagascar 
The Wider Image: A green island turns red: Madagascans struggle through long drought 
A man pushes his bike along RN13 (National Road 13), near Ambovombe, Madagascar, February 14, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "KONSTANTINIDIS MADAGASCAR DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MADAGASCAR-DROUGHT/
RTS6DI37 
February 12, 2022 
A small lake is seen from above in the Antanimora commune, Androy region, Madagascar, February 12, 2022.... 
ANTANIMORA, Madagascar 
The Wider Image: A green island turns red: Madagascans struggle through long drought 
A small lake is seen from above in the Antanimora commune, Androy region, Madagascar, February 12, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "KONSTANTINIDIS MADAGASCAR DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MADAGASCAR-DROUGHT/
RTS6DI1A 
February 11, 2022 
A woman holds part of a dead corn plant in a field covered with red sand, in Anjeky Beanatara, Androy... 
ANJEKY BEANATARA, Madagascar 
The Wider Image: A green island turns red: Madagascans struggle through long drought 
A woman holds part of a dead corn plant in a field covered with red sand, in Anjeky Beanatara, Androy region, Madagascar, February 11, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "KONSTANTINIDIS MADAGASCAR DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
GERMANY-ART/GENIUS EXHIBITION
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January 21, 2022 
People attend a preview before the opening of a new hi-tech interactive show inviting visitors into the... 
Berlin, Germany 
Interactive art show reimagines Da Vinci's works for the modern world 
People attend a preview before the opening of a new hi-tech interactive show inviting visitors into the mind and genius of Leornardo da Vinci in Berlin, Germany, January 21, 2022. Covering 3000 sqm, inspired by "genius" Leonardo da Vinci's works, the exhibition playfully asks the question: How would da Vinci experience the world in the year 2022. The one hour show by Borealis Interactive Group B.V., with music by DJ Sasha, invites visitors to interact with the Mona Lisa, allows a recolouring of the Last Supper and lets visitors get lost among the planets. The show's Creative Director Leigh Sachwitz from design studio flora&faunavisions hopes to give visitors an insight into Leonardo da Vinci's multifaceted work as a painter, inventor, scientist and astronomer. Picture taken January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Joachim Herrmann 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTIC-PENGUINS
RTS518UD 
January 17, 2022 
Adelie penguins stand together as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Adelie penguins stand together as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the eastern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 17, 2022. Picture taken January 17, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTICA-PENGUINS
RTS518TR 
January 17, 2022 
Adelie penguins are seen as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Adelie penguins are seen as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the eastern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 17, 2022. Picture taken January 17, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
ANTARCTICA-PENGUINS/
RTS4OYQK 
January 17, 2022 
Adelie penguins are seen standing together as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on... 
ANDERSSON ISLAND, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Adelie penguins are seen standing together as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin populations, on the eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica, January 17, 2022. Picture taken January 17, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTIC-PENGUINS
RTS518U7 
January 16, 2022 
A scientist stands near Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on Antarctica's... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
A scientist stands near Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the eastern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 16, 2022. Picture taken January 16, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTIC-PENGUINS
RTS518U6 
January 16, 2022 
A scientist stands among Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on Antarctica's... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
A scientist stands among Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the eastern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 16, 2022. Picture taken January 16, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTIC-PENGUINS
RTS518TY 
January 16, 2022 
Penguins are seen on a rock as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Penguins are seen on a rock as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the eastern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 16, 2022. Picture taken January 16, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTIC-PENGUINS
RTS518TU 
January 16, 2022 
Scientists work near Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on Antarctica's... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Scientists work near Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the eastern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 16, 2022. Picture taken January 16, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
ANTARCTICA-PENGUINS/
RTS4OYZD 
January 16, 2022 
An Adelie penguin stands on a rock as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's... 
ANDERSSON ISLAND, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
An Adelie penguin stands on a rock as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin populations, on the eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica, January 16, 2022. Picture taken January 16, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
ANTARCTICA-PENGUINS/
RTS4OYXP 
January 16, 2022 
Scientists walk among a colony of Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on... 
ANDERSSON ISLAND, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Scientists walk among a colony of Adelie penguins while investigating the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin populations, on the eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica, January 16, 2022. Picture taken January 16, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTIC-PENGUINS
RTS518UE 
January 15, 2022 
Penguins swim in the sea as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Penguins swim in the sea as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the northern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 15, 2022. Picture taken January 15, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ANTARCTICA-PENGUINS
RTS518UC 
January 15, 2022 
Penguins are seen on an iceberg as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's... 
Antarctica, Antarctica 
Scientists investigate impact of climate change on penguin colonies in Antarctica 
Penguins are seen on an iceberg as scientists investigate the impact of climate change on Antarctica's penguin colonies, on the northern side of the Antarctic peninsula, Antarctica January 15, 2022. Picture taken January 15, 2022. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas 
ENERGY-STORAGE/ISRAEL
RTS3P1VF 
December 05, 2021 
Augwind CEO Or Yogev talks with acting Chief Scientist at Israel Ministry of Energy Gideon Friedmann,... 
KIBBUTZ YAKUM, Israel 
Augwind CEO Or Yogev talks with acting Chief Scientist at Israel Ministry of Energy Gideon Friedmann,... 
Augwind CEO Or Yogev talks with acting Chief Scientist at Israel Ministry of Energy Gideon Friedmann, at Augwind's headquarters in Kibbutz Yakum, Israel December 5, 2021. Picture taken December 5, 2021. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJV0S1 
November 11, 2021 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester is detained by police officers at Scottish Power building, in Glasgow,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester is detained by police officers in Glasgow 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester is detained by police officers at Scottish Power building, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 11, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJV0LD 
November 11, 2021 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester smiles after being detained by police officers at Scottish Power building,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester smiles after being detained by police officers in Glasgow 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester smiles after being detained by police officers at Scottish Power building, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 11, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJV0HV 
November 11, 2021 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester looks on after being detained by police officers at Scottish Power... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester looks on after being detained by police officers in Glasgow 
A Scientist Rebellion's protester looks on after being detained by police officers at Scottish Power building, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 11, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJUZB7 
November 11, 2021 
A detained protester looks out from inside a Police van during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration in... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A detained protester looks out from inside a Police van during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration in... 
A detained protester looks out from inside a Police van during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 11, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJUYZH 
November 11, 2021 
Police officers detain a protester during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Police officers detain a protester during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration in Glasgow 
Police officers detain a protester during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 11, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJUYXZ 
November 11, 2021 
Police officers detain a protester during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration at Scottish Power building,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Police officers detain a protester during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration in Glasgow 
Police officers detain a protester during a Scientist Rebellion demonstration at Scottish Power building, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 11, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/RUSSIA-PERMAFROST
RTXJIUGS 
November 04, 2021 
In one of the planet's coldest places, 130 km south of Russia's Arctic coast, scientist Sergey Zimov... 
CHURAPCHA, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
In one of the planet's coldest places, 130 km south of Russia's Arctic coast, scientist Sergey Zimov can find no sign of permafrost as global warming permeates Siberia's soil. As everything from mammoth bones to ancient vegetation frozen inside it for millennia thaws and decomposes, it now threatens to release vast amounts of greenhouse gases. Zimov, who has studied permafrost from his scientific base in the diamond-producing Yakutia region for decades, is seeing the effects of climate change in real time. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching Text: CLIMATE-UN/RUSSIA-PERMAFROST TEMPLATE OUT 
IRELAND-ENVIRONMENT/SEAWEED
RTXK5JFE 
October 07, 2021 
Dairy cattle that are participating in a trial of being fed seaweed to offset methane emissions gather... 
Hillsborough, United Kingdom 
The Wider Image: Sea superfood: Can seaweed help solve Ireland's cow methane problem? 
Dairy cattle that are participating in a trial of being fed seaweed to offset methane emissions gather around the solar powered methane measuring machine at the AFBI (Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute) research farm in Hillsborough, Northern Ireland, October 7, 2021. Scientists are combing Ireland's west coast for seaweed to feed to cattle and sheep after research showed it could stop them breathing out so much climate-warming methane. Researchers are working on how to integrate the feed additives into Ireland's predominantly grass-based cattle farming system. On a farm outside Hillsborough, researchers use treats to coax cows to poke their heads into a solar-powered machine that measures the level of methane on their breath. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "KILCOYNE SEAWEED" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
ESTONIA-ENERGY/PEAT
RTXIETR4 
September 30, 2021 
An aerial view of peat fields in Elva, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. Picture... 
ELVA, Estonia 
Scientists at University of Tartu make carbon-based batteries using peat in Estonia 
An aerial view of peat fields in Elva, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans
 
ESTONIA-ENERGY/PEAT
RTXIETR5 
September 30, 2021 
Tartu University's professor Enn Lust and student Patrick Teppor work on carbon-based batteries using... 
TARTU, Estonia 
Scientists at University of Tartu make carbon-based batteries using peat in Estonia 
Tartu University's professor Enn Lust and student Patrick Teppor work on carbon-based batteries using peat, in Tartu, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken on September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans 
ESTONIA-ENERGY/PEAT
RTXIETEX 
September 30, 2021 
A view of a peat field in Elva, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Janis... 
multiple cities, Estonia 
Scientists at University of Tartu make carbon-based batteries using peat in Estonia 
A view of a peat field in Elva, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans 
ESTONIA-ENERGY/PEAT
RTXIETEV 
September 30, 2021 
An aerial view of peat fields in Elva, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. Picture... 
multiple cities, Estonia 
Scientists at University of Tartu make carbon-based batteries using peat in Estonia 
An aerial view of peat fields in Elva, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans 
ESTONIA-ENERGY/PEAT
RTXIETEW 
September 30, 2021 
Scientists at University of Tartu make carbon-based batteries using peat, in Tartu, Estonia. September... 
TARTU, Estonia 
Scientists at University of Tartu make carbon-based batteries using peat in Estonia 
Scientists at University of Tartu make carbon-based batteries using peat, in Tartu, Estonia. September 30, 2021. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Janis Laizans 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/KELP-DRONES
RTXHURE1 
September 21, 2021 
Nature Conservancy scientist Vienna Saccomanno prepares to launch a drone to survey kelp forest near... 
GUALALA, UNITED STATES 
Nature Conservancy scientist Vienna Saccomanno prepares to launch a drone to survey kelp forest near... 
Nature Conservancy scientist Vienna Saccomanno prepares to launch a drone to survey kelp forest near Gualala, California, U.S., September 21, 2021. Picture taken September 21, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/KELP-DRONES
RTXHURE0 
September 21, 2021 
Nature Conservancy scientist Vienna Saccomanno flies a drone near Gualala, California, U.S., September... 
GUALALA, UNITED STATES 
Nature Conservancy scientist Vienna Saccomanno flies a drone near Gualala, California 
Nature Conservancy scientist Vienna Saccomanno flies a drone near Gualala, California, U.S., September 21, 2021. Picture taken September 21, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/KELP-DRONES
RTXHURDU 
September 21, 2021 
Nature Conservancy scientists Kirk Klausmeyer, Vienna Saccomanno, and Breonna Jones prepare for a drone... 
GUALALA, UNITED STATES 
Nature Conservancy scientists Kirk Klausmeyer, Vienna Saccomanno, and Breonna Jones prepare for a drone... 
Nature Conservancy scientists Kirk Klausmeyer, Vienna Saccomanno, and Breonna Jones prepare for a drone survey of a kelp forest in Saunders Reef near Gualala, California, U.S., September 21, 2021. Picture taken September 21, 2021. REUTERS/Nathan Frandino 
CLIMATE-UN/RUSSIA-PERMAFROST
RTXJHWH8 
September 13, 2021 
Vadim Meshcheryakov, an employee of the Pleistocene Park, checks greenhouse gas sensors at the Ambolikha... 
CHERSKY, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Vadim Meshcheryakov, an employee of the Pleistocene Park, checks greenhouse gas sensors at the Ambolikha station, outside of the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Sergey Zimov, a scientist, has championed a surreal idea to slow the thaw in one area of Yakutia by populating Pleistocene Park with large herbivores including bison, camels and musk oxen. The idea is to mimic the region's ecosystem during the last ice age that ended 11,700 years ago. The animals, he says, trample the snow, making it much more compact so the frigid winter temperatures can freeze the soil and the snow does not act as a thick insulating blanket. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, holds an ice crystal in... 
CHERSKY, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, holds an ice crystal in the underground area where sample materials are stored in permafrost at the Pleistocene Park outside of the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Zimov believes the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how permafrost thaw is already releasing greenhouse gas. Despite factories scaling back activity worldwide during the pandemic which also caused global transport to slow dramatically, Zimov says the concentration of methane and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has been growing at a faster rate. "Methane has never increased in the atmosphere at the speed it is today...I think this is linked to our permafrost," he said, citing data from a U.S.-managed network of global monitoring stations. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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September 13, 2021 
An industrial building that was destroyed when the permafrost thawed under its foundation is seen in... 
CHERSKY, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
An industrial building that was destroyed when the permafrost thawed under its foundation is seen in the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Global warming is thawing swathes of the world's permafrost, threatening to release vast amounts of greenhouse gases as everything from mammoth bones to ancient vegetation that have laid frozen inside it for millennia defrost and decompose. Scientists say the emissions could eventually match or even exceed the European Union's industrial emissions due to the sheer amount of decaying organic matter that is locked inside. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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Nicknamed a "smiling house" by residents, this building which was damaged by permafrost thaw, stands... 
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The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Nicknamed a "smiling house" by residents, this building which was damaged by permafrost thaw, stands in the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Global warming is thawing swathes of the world's permafrost, threatening to release vast amounts of greenhouse gases as everything from mammoth bones to ancient vegetation that have laid frozen inside it for millennia defrost and decompose. Scientists say the emissions could eventually match or even exceed the European Union's industrial emissions due to the sheer amount of decaying organic matter that is locked inside. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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Horses graze on the grounds of the Pleistocene Park outside the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic,... 
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The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Horses graze on the grounds of the Pleistocene Park outside the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Sergey Zimov, a scientist, has championed a surreal idea to slow the thaw in one area of Yakutia by populating the Pleistocene Park with large herbivores including bison, camels and musk oxen. The idea is to mimic the region's ecosystem during the last ice age that ended 11,700 years ago. The animals, he says, trample the snow, making it much more compact so the frigid winter temperatures can freeze the soil and the snow does not act as a thick insulating blanket. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, checks materials stored... 
CHERSKY, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, checks materials stored underground in the permafrost at the Pleistocene Park outside the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Global warming is thawing swathes of the world's permafrost, threatening to release vast amounts of greenhouse gases as everything from mammoth bones to ancient vegetation that have laid frozen inside it for millennia defrost and decompose. Scientists say the emissions could eventually match or even exceed the European Union's industrial emissions due to the sheer amount of decaying organic matter that is locked inside. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, tries to take a picture... 
CHERSKY, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, tries to take a picture of a camel at the Pleistocene Park outside the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Global warming is thawing swathes of the world's permafrost, threatening to release vast amounts of greenhouse gases. Zimov has championed a surreal idea to slow the thaw in one area of Yakutia by populating a nature reserve called the Pleistocene Park with large herbivores including bison, camels and musk oxen. The idea is to mimic the region's ecosystem during the last ice age that ended 11,700 years ago. The animals, Zimov says, trample the snow, making it much more compact so the frigid winter temperatures can freeze the soil and the snow does not act as a thick insulating blanket. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, checks for permafrost... 
CHERSKY, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, checks for permafrost at the Pleistocene Park outside the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Global warming is thawing swathes of the world's permafrost, threatening to release vast amounts of greenhouse gases as everything from mammoth bones to ancient vegetation that have laid frozen inside it for millennia defrost and decompose. Scientists say the emissions could eventually match or even exceed the European Union's industrial emissions due to the sheer amount of decaying organic matter that is locked inside. "This is one of the coldest places on Earth and there's no permafrost," said Zimov, of the Yakutia region where temperatures are rising at more than three times the world average. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, smokes a cigarette as... 
CHERSKY, Russia 
The Wider Image: A father and son's Ice Age plot to slow Siberian thaw 
Sergey Zimov, 66, a scientist who works at Russia's Northeast Science Station, smokes a cigarette as he sits at the Pleistocene Park outside the town of Chersky, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia, September 13, 2021. Zimov believes the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how permafrost thaw is already releasing greenhouse gas. Despite factories scaling back activity worldwide during the pandemic which also caused global transport to slow dramatically, Zimov says the concentration of methane and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has been growing at a faster rate. "Methane has never increased in the atmosphere at the speed it is today...I think this is linked to our permafrost," he said, citing data from a U.S.-managed network of global monitoring stations. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "PERMAFROST SHEMETOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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