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Back on the menu? Europeans once ate seaweed, research shows

Sea change: Europeans lost the taste for seaweed more recently than previously thought, research has shown. Europeans now rarely eat seaweed, but it was an important part of their diet until the late Middle Ages, archaeologists said Tuesday, calling for the eco-friendly aquatic plant to be put back on the menu. Seaweed, a healthy and

UN aims to deliver draft plastics treaty by year’s end

Plastic debris kills more than a million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals each year. The world should see the first draft of a highly anticipated and much needed international treaty to combat plastic pollution by the end of November, 175 nations gathered in Paris decided Monday after five days of grueling talks. The assembly’s negotiating

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