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"Without wilderness, we’ll find ourselves homeless, like too many species before us. It’s a discouraging prospect – and a reminder that home will always be a place worth defending. " Journal Editor Jason Mark
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Concerns about public health are motivating Chinese officials to crackdown on air pollution.
Growing health concerns have spurred significant changes to the Middle Kingdom’s environmental law and policy.
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 As the planet warms the need for wilderness designation is more important than ever, especially as ecosystems confront unprecedented threats.
Connected preserves especially important as pine beetle continues to wreak havoc
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The demise of an ancient oak tree brings loss, but also new life, to a Sebastopol farm
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Though there has been a recent increase in protected areas in Chile, this does not ensure that there are any active conservation efforts to sustain them.
The country’s coastline and Patagonia region are constantly under threat from proposed industrial projects
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If we do indeed now live on a garden-planet in which civilization has eclipsed nonhuman nature, then the separateness of the wild – its sheer strangeness – is a virtue.
“The Human Age” makes wildness more important than ever
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Autumn 2014
Call of the Wild – The Wilderness Act Turns 50
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For many Kaua‘i residents and community activists, the federal ruling, though disappointing, only means that the battle is far from over. 
Ordinance 960 preempted by state law, says ruling; appeal likely
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Companies responsible for more than half of global palm oil trading have now made public commitments to address the rampant environmental and human rights abuses associated with palm oil production.
Only continued consumer pressure will ensure that food and cosmetics industries deliver on their promises
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Global warming denial remains a tenable position for politicians in English-speaking countries because voters in those regions don’t yet view the issue as urgent or a high priority.
In Australia, USA, UK, and Canada, politicians are rejecting evidence and expert opinion about climate change
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What we need most is interdisciplinary cooperation and coordinated policy on wildlife management and fair labor practices
Decline in biodiversity is a source of social conflict rather than a symptom, says UC Berkeley report
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Environmental concerns, many Millenials realize, are intimately tied with the socio-economic struggles of our day.
Today’s up-and-coming green advocates are redefining what environmentalism means to them
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