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Mon, Oct 20, 2014 6:58 PM
A recent study finds that industrialized fishing is mostly to blame for the shocking population collapse.
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.
Alaska's infamous predator-control program is being challenged by two California Democrats.
What farmers along the Mississippi do directly affects lives of fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico.
Video: Assignment Earth explains why residents and government authorities are determined to clean up and revive the Gowanus Canal.
Douglas Brinkley recounts Theodore Roosevelt's strenuous life and his huge impact on America's natural landscape.
Jonathan encourages people to help the environment by pledging to stop passing gas for a month.
Shafts that haven't been closed could be transformed into geothermal boilers to produce heat and hot water for nearby communities.
Two deadly coastal storms are triggering mudslides in eastern Asia, forcing more than one million people to flee their homes.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.