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[Translate] Manon Verchot (@maverchot)   TREEHUGGER Science / Natural Sciences Species are dropping like flies – so much so...

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Bison help put the “Prai...

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[Translate] The Nature Conservancy (@nature_org)   TREEHUGGER Science / Natural Sciences © Richard Hamilton Smith When bison return...

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Latin America at a Climate Cro...

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[Translate]   By Susan McDade, Inter Press Service | Report Wind turbine in Bonaire, Caribbean. (Photo: Boris Kasimov) United Nations...

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RARE WIN FOR THE ELEPHANTS

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[Translate] Rare Victory Against Poachers In Mozambique As Country Fights To Save Species  | By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA   VIA HUFFINGTON...

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Oceans Agency Lists 20 Coral S...

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6 Horrible Things We Have to F...

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[Translate]   Environment   AlterNet / By Larry Schwartz Climate change is not a buzzword. It’s a catastrophe, and it’s...

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Whales: The great poop pumps o...

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[Translate] Margaret Badore (@mbadore) Business / Environmental Policy © Margaret Badore The first ever United Nations Environment...

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[Translate]   Environment   Earth Island Journal / By Maureen Nandini Mitra Synthetic biology firms’ foray into food and fragrances...

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It was too good to last: Japan...

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[Translate] Japan’s government was moving in the right direction (with some help from a ruling by the International Court of...

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[Translate] Michael Graham Richard (@Michael_GR) Science / Ocean Conservation Screen capture Youtube Coral reefs are extremely...

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World On Brink Of Sixth Great ...

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[Translate]  Species Disappearing Faster Than Ever Before  | By SETH BORENSTEIN WASHINGTON (AP) — Species of plants and animals are...

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[Translate] WWF By Melissa Cronin There are only 85 Mekong River Irrawaddy dolphins left now, and they are clinging to survival....

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Solar farms can enhance biodiv...

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