These Girl Scouts are saving w...

Oct 21, 2019 by

Last month, millions of youth activists around the world took to the streets to fight for their right to breathe clean air, drink clean water, and not have to suffer the wrath of the climate crisis.

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Iowa’s farmers – and American ...

Oct 16, 2019 by

Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucuses bring the state a lot of political attention during presidential election cycles. But in my view, even though some candidates have outlined positions on food and farming, agriculture rarely gets the attention it deserves.

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Rising seas threaten to swamp ...

May 20, 2019 by

When’s the last time you saw a firefly? Chances are, not recently. And, if you did, you probably didn’t see whole swarms pulsating in the night in the hopes of finding a mate.

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Mexico’s Monarch Butterflies A...

Apr 17, 2019 by

Their habitat could soon be eradicated by climate change.

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In Defense of Biodiversity: Wh...

Feb 20, 2018 by

[Translate] By Carl Safina • e360.YALE A number of biologists have recently made the argument that extinction is part of evolution...

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LOGGERHEAD, RIGHT WHALE BREEDI...

Mar 30, 2016 by

[Translate] by Samantha Page THINK PROGRESS CREDIT: Oceana Nearly the entire breeding areas for loggerhead turtles (purple, left) and...

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AFRICAN NATIONS COMMIT TO GAME...

Dec 13, 2015 by

[Translate] An ambitious agreement announced at the Paris climate talks would create 78 million acres of forest by 2030. Tree...

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Frogs Kept Jumping Into Her Ba...

Aug 11, 2015 by

[Translate] The Tyee  |  By Chantal Strand THE HUFFINGTON POST   Twelve years ago, Alexis Friesen discovered that her backyard pool...

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A RARE LOOK AT THE NEW U.S. CO...

Jun 9, 2015 by

[Translate] THE DIRT   by Jared Green The General Services Administration (GSA) granted us a rare peak at a Level 5 security campus,...

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