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Freedom to Roam Britain’s Natural Pleasures loading...
Freedom to Roam Britain’s Natural Pleasures
This story is sponsored by Visit Britain.
National parks face years of damage from government shutdown loading...
National parks face years of damage from government shutdown
When the government eventually reopens, park experts warn reversing damage won't be as easy as throwing out the trash.
This island was on the brink of disaster. Then, they planted thousands of trees. loading...
This island was on the brink of disaster. Then, they planted thousands of trees.
Situated in the Zanzibar Archipelago, the island of Kokota has become an example of people adapting to climate change.
Huge reserves protect underwater mountains, endangered sea life loading...
Huge reserves protect underwater mountains, endangered sea life
Argentina's government has voted to create two new marine parks that cover an area the size of Hungary.
Can artificial intelligence save one of the world's most beautiful lakes? loading...
Can artificial intelligence save one of the world's most beautiful lakes?
Toxic algae is overtaking Lake Atitlán. Now AI may help the lake recover.
Palm oil is destroying rainforests. But try going a day without it. loading...
Palm oil is destroying rainforests. But try going a day without it.
After spending years reporting on the controversial ingredient, a journalist grapples with her own consumption.
Palm oil is unavoidable. Can it be sustainable? loading...
Palm oil is unavoidable. Can it be sustainable?
Our appetite for the oil hurts the environment and wildlife. But Gabon hopes to show how to build an industry while protecting its forests.
2019 may be the hottest year yet—here's why loading...
2019 may be the hottest year yet—here's why
Spurred by a likely El Niño as well as climate change, the planet is expected to heat up even more, scientists warn.
How whales and dolphins may be harmed by new seismic airgun approval loading...
How whales and dolphins may be harmed by new seismic airgun approval
Conservationists are particularly worried about the North Atlantic right whale, a species verging on extinction.
CAN NEW SCIENCE SAVE DYING CORAL REEFS? loading...
CAN NEW SCIENCE SAVE DYING CORAL REEFS?
Researchers are grappling with how to preserve Australia's Great Barrier Reef—and coral reefs around the world—from warming seas.
Climate impacts grow, and US must act, says new report loading...
Climate impacts grow, and US must act, says new report
The 4th National Climate Assessment takes the temperature of climate change across the United States. The message? Adapt.
Black Friday shopping hurts the environment—but you can help loading...
Black Friday shopping hurts the environment—but you can help
Shoppers will spend more in the post-Thanksgiving rush than any other time of the year.

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