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Environment

The US Proposed a Partial Withdrawal and Ease in Sanctions, Damascus Rejected the Offer - Global Research
Global Research #2 - 86 minutes ago
U.S. cities struggling to meet lofty climate goals
Science #1 - 3 days ago
Ball lightning is so strange it might just come from another dimension
New Scientist #1 - 2 days ago
Could Trump’s Success With Cuban American Voters Help Tip Florida His Way?
ProPublica #1 - 1 day ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Climate change
Climate change

Uh-Oh. Russia's Laptev Sea Should Have Started to Freeze by Now
Wired #1 - 1 day ago
Gene-editing CRISPR technique can help us cut emissions from farming
New Scientist #1 - 2 weeks ago
U.S. cities' lagging climate progress
Axios #1 - 3 days ago
Want Some Eco-Friendly Tips? A New Study Says No, You Don’t
Wired #2 - 8 days ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Marine life
Marine life

Some male fish use their tails to fan rivals’ sperm away from eggs
New Scientist #2 - 5 days ago
When Whales Stop Calling
Scientific American #1 - 3 weeks ago
Macron’s Gamble Will Backfire as Brexit Will Make Both Him and France Big Losers of a No-Deal With Brussels
Strategic Culture #1 - 14 hours ago
The outlaw sea - Illegal fishing fleets plunder the oceans
Economist #1 - 2 days ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Floods
Floods

COVID Collides with Weather Disasters to Affect Millions Worldwide
Scientific American #1 - 4 weeks ago
Living In Harm's Way: Why Most Flood Risk Is Not Disclosed
NPR Online News #1 - 5 days ago
Homes are flooding outside FEMA’s 100-year flood zones, and racial inequality is showing through
The Conversation #1 - 4 weeks ago
Hurricane Sally makes landfall as a Category 2 storm near Gulf Shores, Alabama, threatening record floods
NBC #1 - 6 weeks ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Forests
Forests

Restoring California’s forests to reduce wildfire risks will take time, billions of dollars and a broad commitment
The Conversation #1 - 2 weeks ago
A sparkling beetle could spell doom for North America’s ash trees
Science #1 - 5 weeks ago
Cameron Peak Fire in Colo. engulfs more than 150K acres
One America #2 - 10 days ago
Republicans want to open pristine Alaska wilderness to logging. It's a tragedy
Guardian #24 - 16 hours ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Endangered species
Endangered species

China’s rare birds may move north as the climate changes, new data suggest
Science #1 - 9 days ago
Tragic image of an orphan macaque wins wildlife photography award
New Scientist #1 - 9 days ago
How to Revolutionize Biodiversity Conservation in the U.S.
Scientific American #1 - 3 weeks ago
Australia's Koalas Are ‘Sliding Towards Extinction’
Wired #1 - 3 weeks ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Earthquakes
Earthquakes

Lava lake rises at dangerous African volcano
Science #1 - 2 weeks ago
The Most Sway-Prone Buildings in LA Aren’t Where You Expect
Wired #2 - 2 weeks ago
Starlink puts towns devastated by wildfires online for disaster relief workers – TechCrunch
TechCrunch #2 - 4 weeks ago
7.5 magnitude earthquake strikes near Alaska, triggering tsunami warning
CBS #2 - 6 days ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Birds
Birds

The first flying dinosaurs were a failed evolutionary experiment
New Scientist #1 - 3 days ago
Why bird brains are more brilliant than anyone suspected
Science #2 - 3 days ago
Vicious Woodpecker Battles Draw an Avian Audience
Scientific American #3 - 4 days ago
No, President Trump: Wind turbines aren't killing 'all the birds.' Cats are.
Business Insider #46 - 2 days ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Waste & recycling
Waste & recycling

'I went to school and woke up in intensive care'
BBC News #8 - 5 hours ago
I'm a hoarding technician in Florida who faces everything from clutter, lice, and bed-bug infestations to rotting food and animal waste. Here's what my job is like.
Business Insider #7 - 12 hours ago
Most plastic recycling produces low-value materials – but we’ve found a way to turn a common plastic into high-value molecules
The Conversation #4 - 2 days ago
Businesses reducing trash and plastic consumption are beginning to look like treasure to some VCs – TechCrunch
TechCrunch #1 - 4 weeks ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Parks
Parks

Scoop: Surgeon General faces coronavirus citation for being in a park
Axios #1 - 3 weeks ago
To Mend a Broken Internet, Create Online Parks
Wired #6 - 2 weeks ago
Seattle police discover weapons while sweeping camp near fmr. ‘CHOP’ zone
One America #2 - 2 months ago
California theme parks consider suing state over stringent reopening requirements
USA Today #3 - 3 days ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Plants
Plants

Flowers are changing their colors to adapt to climate change
Science #1 - 4 weeks ago
Artificial rope bridges help stop rare primates jumping to extinction
New Scientist #3 - 10 days ago
The world’s southernmost tree hangs on in one of the windiest places on Earth – but climate change is shifting those winds
The Conversation #2 - 4 weeks ago
Where fall colors are hitting their peak, in one map
Vox #3 - 2 weeks ago
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Headlines > Environment/energy > Environment > Drought
Drought

Colorado River drought can be predicted by warming in the ocean
New Scientist #1 - 3 days ago
Distant seas might predict Colorado River droughts
Science #1 - 9 days ago
Climate Change Doesn’t Have to Stoke Conflict
Foreign Affairs #1 - 4 weeks ago
Drought in western U.S. is biggest in years and predicted to worsen during winter months
Washington Post #36 - 6 days ago
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