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Thu, Jul 10, 2014 1:48 PM
The newly protected areas account for nearly half of the estimated 1,531 miles of shoreline used by the threatened sea turtles.
Some small hope emerges for the planet's rarest rhinos to escape extinction
A lowliness and closeness to the earth helps us have a reverence for life that the ennui of acedia blinds us to.
Deputy Foreign Minister Inuuteq Holm Olsen talks about migrating polar bears, thawing permafrost and the fate of Inuit dog sledders in a warmer world.
A funny new concept -- allowing people to take their stress out on breakable items -- is not the most eco-friendly of outlets.
Demand for oil goes down when all the energy-hungry people and countries start tightening their figurative belts.
Corn Belt advocates push ethanol as a green fuel, but the EPA mulls whether to consider its indirect emissions.
Eco-industries are going gangbusters, but experts disagree on whether they will rescue us from economic doldrums.
$500 million in federal dollars over the next five years to enhance environmental education programs in public elementary, middle, and high schools.
Some of the world's tallest trees and oldest forests face an uncertain future as the current recession worsens.
It's easy to wonder whether legislators will consider, or even read, submissions made to them online. But activist groups think it really does effect change.
Despite conservation efforts, the Puerto Rican parrot remains one of the world's most critically endangered birds.
Wait a minute, Mr. Postman.
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Using technology to expose damage from coal mining.
Are big game hunting and environmentalism compatible? This huntsman says yes.
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