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65% of Antarctica’s plants and animals might disappear by the end of the century. Most at risk are the emperor penguins, with 80% of their population at risk. Disappearing sea ice and an increasing presence of humans in Antarctica since 1990 are the main causes.

 

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Preparing for COP27

The COP27 climate committee is about to meet on November 6th in Egypt to discuss the climate crisis and possible solutions. COP27 will be sponsored

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