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Coral Reefs Depend On Lots Of Fish The Size Of Jellybeans loading...
Coral Reefs Depend On Lots Of Fish The Size Of Jellybeans
Most fish that populate a reef are tiny snacks smaller than five centimetres. They live fast and get eaten young—and keep the ecosystem humming.
As The Climate Crisis Worsens, Cities Turn To Parks loading...
As The Climate Crisis Worsens, Cities Turn To Parks
Cities across the US are seeing worse floods and hotter summers, but experts believe urban parks can help residents cope.
Beach cleanups are missing millions of pieces of plastic loading...
Beach cleanups are missing millions of pieces of plastic
A new study reveals the dirty secret of beach cleanups: Much of a given beach’s plastic is tiny and buried.
Plants help absorb our carbon, but for how much longer? loading...
Plants help absorb our carbon, but for how much longer?
Since the industrial era, plants have been binging on carbon, but scientists worry they might soon have their fill.
Invasion of the stink bugs: how a tiny insect roils global communities loading...
Invasion of the stink bugs: how a tiny insect roils global communities
A hazelnut-producing region of far-western Georgia is caught up in the global fight to save crops and livelihoods from devastating stink bugs.
Plastic proliferates at the bottom of world's deepest ocean trench loading...
Plastic proliferates at the bottom of world's deepest ocean trench
The remote Marianna Trench offers up yet another plastic bag during a recent deep submersible dive.
Shipping plastic waste to poor countries just got harder loading...
Shipping plastic waste to poor countries just got harder
More than 180 countries have agreed to include plastic in a treaty regulating exports of hazardous waste.
A top Antarctic predator has switched what it eats loading...
A top Antarctic predator has switched what it eats
As the white continent warms, shrinking sea ice is changing life for leopard seals.
A warming Arctic could cost the world trillions of dollars loading...
A warming Arctic could cost the world trillions of dollars
New science warns that melting ice and permafrost could set off feedback loops that make climate change worse.
Plastic bag bans are spreading. But are they truly effective? loading...
Plastic bag bans are spreading. But are they truly effective?
Kenya has the strictest penalties for bag use, but the consumer alternatives to plastic have come with growing pains.
Day hikers are the most vulnerable in survival situations. Here's why. loading...
Day hikers are the most vulnerable in survival situations. Here's why.
A new study looks at who lives and who dies when lost in the wild.
An invasive, thorny tree is taking over Africa—can it be stopped? loading...
An invasive, thorny tree is taking over Africa—can it be stopped?
Mesquite was introduced on purpose from the New World, but the dream of a helpful tree soon turned into a nightmare.

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