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Trump Administration Announces Plan to Expand Oil Development in

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The Trump administration announced a new plan that could open up an additional 6.6 million acres within the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska

11/22/2019

Solar industry is male-dominated senior executives mostly white report

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As renewable energy grows, solar jobs are on the rise – with opportunities ranging from installers to sales and management. Kerene Tayloe

11/20/2019

One reason why cities keep building in flood-prone coastal areas

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Rising seas and storm surge threaten many shoreline communities, but developers continue to build along the coast. Linda Shi of Cornell

11/19/2019

Waterfront Retreat: A Bay Community Faces Rising Seas and Buyouts

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Beset by sea level rise and increasing storm damage, most residents of the Delaware Bay community of Money Island have opted to take buyouts

11/21/2019

All But One of the U.S.’s Endangered Species Are Vulnerable to Climate

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The climate crisis is poised to deliver a severe blow to the United States’ most threatened animals, with a new study finding that almost every

11/20/2019

Deforestation in the Amazon Has Hit Its Highest Level in More Than a

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The rate of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon has reached its highest level in 11 years, according to new satellite data. About 3,769 square

11/19/2019

EU Investment Bank Agrees to Stop Financing Fossil Fuel Projects

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The European Investment Bank (EIB), the world’s largest development lender, announced it will no longer finance fossil fuel projects, starting

11/15/2019

The Arctic’s Oldest Ice Is Disappearing At a Rapid Rate Study Finds

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The Arctic’s oldest and thickest ice is disappearing at a rate twice as fast as ice in the rest of the region, according to a new study

11/13/2019

Are Numbers of Species a True Measure of Ecosystem Health?

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A recent study that found no general decline in the numbers of species in individual ecosystems has sparked controversy. Some scientists see it

11/12/2019

Fukushima to be Transformed into Renewable Energy Hub

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Eight years after an earthquake and tsunami transformed Fukushima into the site of one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters, plans are

11/11/2019


One Woman s Trek for the Antioquia Brushfinch

Animals

One Woman s Trek for the Antioquia Brushfinch

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 1

Animals

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 1

Potatoes Loom Large Over Rare Mexican Grassland

Natural Resources

Potatoes Loom Large Over Rare Mexican Grassland

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 2

Animals

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 2

Top Nine Bird Conservation Wins In 2019

Animals

Top Nine Bird Conservation Wins In 2019

Why Cats Belong Indoors: Q+A with Dr. John Read

Animals

Why Cats Belong Indoors: Q+A with Dr. John Read