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Wed, Aug 27, 2014 4:45 PM
The risk of 'severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts' is quickly rising worldwide, the draft report warns.
More than 100 trees toppled in New York City's most famous park.
Shortly after being adopted by a couple in Philadelphia, Nora the cat began playing the piano.
Move over Fashion Week! Climate Week is what's hot this fall in New York City.
Less than 0.1 percent of the pelagic ocean is under protection.
In one of the wettest places on Earth, bridges aren't built -- they're grown.
A coastal village in western Alaska is experiencing devastating erosion caused by climate change.
The difference between 2009 and 2006 -- and respective attempts to create worldwide emissions goals -- may not be so vast. Our intern explains what might be different this time.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Aug. 9 -15.
The local activist and artist speaks up for the wetlands in his home state
A major concern among those living near the Gulf of Mexico is land loss
Local young people are leaving the wetlands for jobs in cities partly because the Dead Zone is eradicating the Gulf of Mexico’s shrimp supplies
Learn about the importance of the city that marks a dividing line in the Mississippi River.
Animal sightings should remind us of what we have lost and bring us to action.
Half-girl/half-dolphin creature appears only at sunset ... and will probably sing, dance and destroy mankind.
Once carpenter ants are infected by this brain-controlling fungus, they’re compelled to find the perfect place for it to grow and reproduce.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.