A team of TRT World journalists embedded in a Turkish expedition came closer to humpback whales in the white continent's Lemaire Channel, and completed the first half of their journey. Here's an update.
The scientists of the Turkish Antarctic expedition have taken up the arduous task of drilling the ice to extract time capsules. Each capsule reveals what the earth’s climate was like when they got trapped in the icy continent. Here's an update.
While the lights-off event is a symbolic gesture, Earth Hour has led successful campaigns over the past decade to ban plastics in the Galapagos Islands and plant 17 million trees in Kazakhstan.
Prior to heading toward Antarctic Peninsula TRT World journalists managed to go live on TV from King George Islands, where they were mesmerised to see penguins leaping ashore. Here's an update on Turkish Antarctic expedition.
TRT World's correspondent Alican Ayanlar records the challenges of hauling a six-tonne tent, a 750-kilogram generator and hundreds of litres of fresh water from their boat onto shore. Here's an update.
"Lethal weather" forces Spanish mountaineer Alex Txikon to call off Everest climb in winter without tanked oxygen as Russian-Polish climber Denis Urubko abandons lone attempt to summit Pakistan's K2.
Before taking the dangerous sea journey to Europe, tens of thousands of migrants face several life-threatening situations on land. And Libya has become the most treacherous transit route.
Rising sea levels are slowly claiming their territory and despite not being familiar with the term 'global warming', they have a vague idea of what's happening.
Kenyan divers are planting coral by anchoring them to the ocean floor they are hoping to replace coral reefs that have been destroyed. In addition to improving coral reefs, locals have also benefitted from increase in tourism and fish.
The deal is aimed at protecting an area of the central Arctic Ocean, roughly the size of the Mediterranean Sea, for at least 16 years.
The situation in Laikipia has been tense all year. There have been gun battles, people have been killed and livestock slaughtered. What's clear is that when there is a drought, people are desperate.
The report reinforces the conclusions drawn by an overwhelming majority of scientists around the world in recent years that emissions from burning fossil fuels are the primary driver of global warming.
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