Right whale deaths called ‘apo...

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[Translate] By Mary Ann Bragg   CAPECODONLINE.COM Whale scholars, lobstermen, conservationists and government officials converge...

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UK withdrawal bill ‘rips...

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[Translate] New bill omits key ‘precautionary’ principle requiring developers and industry to prove actions will not harm wildlife or...

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Earth’s Sixth Mass Extin...

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[Translate] Lorraine Chow   ECOWATCH.COM Africa’s giraffe population has plunged almost 40 percent in the past 30 years. Photo...

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QUARTER OF ENGLAND’S RIV...

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[Translate] Freedom-of-information data reveals threat of drought that would devastate wildlife, with government slow to act on water...

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BUILDING THE WALL? BY ED MAZRI...

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[Translate] Apart from building a wall or physical barrier along the United States–Mexico border that was conceived with malevolent...

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EAST COAST BRACES FOR FRESH CL...

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[Translate]   Environment  President signed an executive order to review areas potentially rich in fossil fuels that were put out of...

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AFRICAN WILDLIFE FOUNDATION DE...

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[Translate] Johannesburg, South Africa The Constitutional Court in South Africa has reportedly dismissed an appeal by South Africa’s...

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EXTRAORDINARY LEVELS OF TOXIC ...

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[Translate]   Pollution Presence of manmade chemicals in most remote place on planet shows nowhere is safe from human impact,...

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SPACESHIP EARTH, YOUR MAIN OXY...

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[Translate] (Photo: Scott Thieman)JOHN ROULAC OF ECOWATCH FOR BUZZFLASH AT TRUTHOUT Article reprinted with permission from EcoWatch...

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ARCTIC WATERS HAVE BEEN RESCUE...

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[Translate]   By Brennan Lagasse, YES! Magazine | Op-Ed \President Barack Obama looks over the melting Bear Glacier during a boat...

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PIPELINES EXPLAINED: HOW SAFE ...

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[Translate] Map of major natural gas and oil pipelines in the United States. Hazardous liquid lines in red, gas transmission lines in...

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An Ambitious Vision for the Ne...

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[Translate] Jared Green  THE DIRT After three months of intense deliberation, the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) has...

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WILL THE AX FALL ON NIGERIA...

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[Translate] By NATALIE INGLE Photo A road winds through the mountains in Cross River State in southeastern Nigeria. Credit...

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Widespread Mercury Contaminati...

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[Translate]   Environment It’s in the air, soil, sediment, plants, fish and wildlife. By Susan Kemp / U.S. Geological...

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The Scale of Global Wildlife C...

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[Translate] Environment The United Nations’ first-ever World Wildlife Crime Report reveals broad corruption facilitating...

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WILDLIFE NEEDS NEW CORRIDORS T...

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[Translate] By Tim Radford / Climate News Network   VIA TRUTHDIG     An otter tries to cross a road. Hard times are ahead for species...

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THE NEW LANDSCAPE DECLARATION:...

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[Translate] The Dirt Contributor Manhattan smog in 1966 / Andy Blair At the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF)’s New Landscape...

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DUANY: THE PROMISE OF SUBURBIA...

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[Translate] THE DIRT  Jared Green The transect / PlaceMakers “The promise of suburbia — to live in nature amid the easy flow of cars...

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MORE DREDGING NEAR FLORIDAR...

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[Translate] TAKE PART DAILY Conservation groups are demanding federal officials reevaluate a plan to expand a shipping port near...

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Celebrate Earth Day With Photo...

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[Translate] Environment National Geographic project aims to create portraits of over 10,000 species. By Alexandra Rosenmann /...

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INTENSE FARMING PRACTICES CAN ...

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[Translate] TAKE PART DAILY Human population growth means we need to farm more efficiently so we don’t plow what’s left of the...

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ALMOST HALF OF NATURAL WORLD H...

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[Translate] by Alejandro Davila Fragoso CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: AP Photo/Rick Bowmer A view from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon...

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Seas Are Definitely Rising, bu...

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[Translate] New research suggests that, If managed well, shorelines could adapt naturally to rapid changes in sea level. By John...

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THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT MAY...

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[Translate] by Alejandro Davila Fragoso CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert   The U.S. Endangered Species Act has helped...

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150,000 PENGUINS DIE AFTER GIA...

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[Translate] A colossal iceberg the size of Rome grounded near their colony, rendering them landlocked. The Guardian Photo Credit:...

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MONTANA FACES THE DEVASTATING ...

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[Translate] by Alejandro Davila Fragoso CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: (AP Photo/Matt Volz)   Global warming could severely hamper the...

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SINGAPORE TO TRANSFORM DISUSED...

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[Translate]   by Lucy Wang   INHABITAT Singapore will soon embark on one of the most ambitious rails-to-trails project in the...

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WE CAN MIMIC NATURE TO BETTER ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT  by Liz Camuti If it weren’t for us, bison and beavers might still roam Chicago, Illinois, the location of the...

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THESE SPECIES SURVIVED THE LAS...

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[Translate] Chip Gallent By Suzanne Jacobs   GRIST Screw Myers and Briggs. I’ve got a new personality test for you. Read the...

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THE MOST OBSCURE SPECIES COULD...

Sep 26, 2015 by

[Translate] Scientists are starting to examine the role the tiniest critters play in preserving ecosystems. An earworm on an ear of...

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