Home > Lifestyle > EnviroHealth > News News All sections in Environmental Health » 21st Century Life » FAQs » Animals » Climate and pollution » Hazards and disasters » EnviroHealth News Genome of global deep ocean sequenced Researchers have started to sequence the genome of the global deep ocean. Start A Health24 blog » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Test Are you envirohealth savvy? » Ask EnviroHealth Expert » Earth Hour 2013 Ecoroofs and Living Walls Thriving species at risk from climate change Many species of birds, amphibians and corals not currently under threat will be at risk from climate change and have been wrongly omitted from conservation planning, an international study found. Wood not so green as a biofuel A new study finds that logging may have greater impact on carbon emissions than previously thought. Study shows pig health compromised by GMO feed Pigs fed a diet of only genetically modified grain showed markedly higher stomach inflammation than pigs eating conventional feed, according to a team of Australian scientists and US researchers. How stable is the Earth system? Researchers have proposed an answer to the debate as to how stable the Earth system is. How birds lost their penises Birds, like humans, reproduce by internal fertilisation. So where, developmentally speaking, have their penises gone? “ Latest comment on Health24 GC Grobler says... Addiction to power,success,etc, can/IS way more dangerous than any drug. Why don't they rather study the impact of the people whom we are taught have characteristics we should... 1 in 10 in SA has addiction problem ” US-China climate deal called "breakthrough" but no long-term cuts China and the United States took a major step in the fight against climate change, but what was termed a "breakthrough" might not do much to lock in carbon emission cuts from the world's two biggest emitters of greenhouse gases. How do you feed 9 billion people? A team of scientists has developed crop models to better forecast food production to feed a growing population. Where trash accumulates in the deep sea Research shows that plastic bags, aluminium cans, and fishing debris not only clutter our beaches, but accumulate in open-ocean areas and is also accumulating in the deep sea. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Don’t be taken by surprise this winter. Keep your defences up with Vital Hop, skip and jump through winter with Hill’s Pet Nutrition Age-related bone loss is higher in women Conduct your most important Medihelp business from your mobile phone Live healthier Sleep well » Snoring Insomnia Sleep deprived? Create bedroom harmony Follow these tips for a peaceful retreat. Keep your pet healthy » Strange cat facts Walking the dog Ask the expert Health benefits of owning a pet Here are some surprising benefits of owing a pet.