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Dark sky parks – the last refuges of the night darkness
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Light pollution resulting from progressive urbanization is a very serious disturbance of natural processes in ecosystems. It disrupts the circadian and ...

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Carcass in European ecosystems – a new perspective
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In 2017, international organization Rewilding Europe in cooperation with ARK Nature proposed a new approach to the protection of scavengers and biodiversity of ...

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Floating treatment wetlands – cheap, easy and effective water treatment
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Water pollution is a great threat to human health and biodiversity itself. In addition to (certainly necessary) system solutions on a large scale, good water ...

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Urban meadows, or why it’s better to forget about a trimmed lawn?
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The well-kept, perfectly trimmed lawn has become a symbol of the modern urban landscape. Today, lawns occupy about 70% of green spaces in cities . With the ...

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Noise pollution threatens the health of humans and animals
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Noise pollution poses a growing, though paradoxically invisible, threat. Its effects are already felt both on land and in the oceans. The consequences of the ...

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Bushfires in Australia – facts elaboration
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For several months, Australian forests have been constantly consumed by fires. It would seem that this is nothing new - fires on this continent occur ...

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Light pollution decimates inscet populations
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Light pollution, alongside the development of human habitats, is becoming an increasingly serious ecological threat. Such a huge amount of artificial light ...

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Raking leaves for the winter – necessity or a whim?
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Every year, more and more cities declare their willingness to protect and naturally nurture urban biodiversity. In the autumn-winter period, fallen leaves are ...

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Pilot whales in the Faroe Islands – slaughter or tradition?
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Who are pilot whales, anyway? Well, they are extremely social and communicative marine mammals of the Delphinidae family. Their local populations even create ...

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Is coffee ecological? Is it ethical? Let’s take a closer look
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While drinking morning coffee, hardly anyone wonders what path it had to travel to reach our homes, cafes and workplaces. However, if we want to live ethically ...

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Fires in Siberia – how dangerous is it?
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The Russian taiga has been burning constantly for several months now. Fires in Siberia occur every year, but never before on such a large scale. The fire has ...

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Feral cats in Australia – what is going on?
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Feral cats in Australia have recently been a hot topic. The problem became more prominent in 2015, when the Australian government decided to take urgent steps ...

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