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More gorillas in the mist

Ten years ago, there were only 680 mountain gorillas left in the world. But thanks to intensive conservation efforts, there are now more than 1000.

Better fishing in Thailand

The EU has withdrawn a ‘yellow card’ to Thailand, because the country has cracked down on illegal fishing and poor working conditions that were exposed in 2015.

Australia halfway to green power

For the first time, Australia has surpassed 50 percent green power in its energy grid for a short while. It’s expected to become more and more common.

Return of rare river dolphin

The endangered Irrawaddy river dolphin is now doing better in Cambodia. Since 2015, the number of dolphins has increased from 80 to 92.

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During the past year, four additional countries have successfully destroyed their entire stockpile of cluster bombs.

Four countries scrap their cluster bombs

During the past year, four additional countries have successfully destroyed their entire stockpile of cluster bombs.

Billions of people all over the world live without an official address or identity, and it makes almost everything in life difficult or impossible. But new technology allows everyone to tell where they live - with just three words.
What do California, Rwanda and Morocco have in common? They have all turned the plastic bag down

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