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Fighting for Our Oceans

April 20, 2015
From Haiti to Scotland, Goldman Environmental Prize Winners Tackle Marine Management Challenges
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You Shall Not Pass

April 20, 2015
Goldman Environmental Prize winners lay their bodies on the line to halt destructive practices
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Five Years after the BP Deepwater Horizon Disaster, Oil Spills Are on the Rise

April 19, 2015
Offshore and onshore, oil and gas operations and transportation appear no safer than before
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In Review: Antarctic Edge: 70° South

April 17, 2015
A beautifully filmed journey to the bottom of the globe reveals new risks to the planet
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From California to São Paulo, Challenging Agribusiness’s Water Monopoly

April 16, 2015
As Brazil's São Paulo taps out its water reserves, questions linger about how much the state's water utility distributes to sugarcane for ethanol production
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Farming with Robots

April 15, 2015
Can more mechanization reduce the use of chemical herbicides?
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In Tomorrow’s Vote, Pacific Fishery Management Council Must Act to Close Sardine Fishery

April 14, 2015
Failure to intervene will have lasting impact on marine ecosystem and coastal economy
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SeaWorld Faces Third Lawsuit in as Many Weeks Over Orca Captivity

April 13, 2015
Lawsuit says the marine entertainment company misleads the public about the health and wellbeing of captive orcas
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Maybe Monsanto Is Not All Bad

April 13, 2015
Biotech firm's acquisition of Climate Corporation will help farmers plan for severe weather
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This Amazing Beach Art Will Give You a Moment of Zen

April 10, 2015
Artist Andres Amador seeks to highlight the power of the impermanent
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Can Canada Lead on Climate Change?

April 09, 2015
In major climate march this weekend, activists aim to put pressure on national government
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Republicans Try to Prevent Wisconsin Official Working on Climate Change

April 09, 2015
Critics say Matt Adamczyk’s proposal to prohibit Tia Nelson from ‘engaging in global warming or climate change work’ on the job is politically motivated
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Weeds – They’re What’s for Dinner

April 08, 2015
Urban foraging could help boost nutrition in food deserts, researchers say
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The Island Fox Returns

April 07, 2015
This tiny fox’s recovery is probably the fastest rebound of any land mammal in the history of the Endangered Species Act
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Want Babies? Eat Organic Produce

April 06, 2015
Pesticide residues in fruit and vegetables linked to poor semen quality, says study
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Audubon Society Responds to Jonathan Franzen’s Half Baked New Yorker Essay

April 03, 2015
“Bird lover” Jonathan Franzen commits an act of extreme intellectual dishonesty, Audubon says
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As the Snowline Recedes, A Remote Himalayan Village Prepares to Abandon its Ancient Way of Life

April 02, 2015
A clue to the puzzle of what ails Kumik was recently found buried in ice thousands of miles away
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Free Trade versus Good Food

March 31, 2015
How the World Trade Organization struck down Country of Origin Labeling for meat
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In Africa, Clean Energy Provides a Route to Clean Water

March 31, 2015
Uganda and South Sudan us solar PV to lower cost of pumping water
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Can Lions on a Leash Help Save Endangered Big Cats?

March 30, 2015
A leading tourism operator in Zambia is planning to suspend its “lion walks,” sparking new debate.
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