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Following trends, topics, and individuals who are working to make the earth a little healthier.
Following trends, topics, and individuals who are working to make the earth a little healthier.

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Your new iPhone X does damage to the environment as well as to your pocketbook.
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Dogs are helping researchers to find endangered carnivores and create a plan to develop "wildlife highways" to connect isolated habitats in order to ensure genetic diversity.
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Autumn is coming, and now's the time to think about your fall plantings. Get some of our tips here.
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Here's some good news for a change...one species of coral may be able to resist acidifying oceans better than previously thought.
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Kodiak bears usually eat salmon in the summer and elderberries in the fall. These days, the elderberries are fruiting in the summer and interrupting the natural feeding cycle of the bears.
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Because of COURSE the Trump administration would scrap its climate change advisory panel...after all, as far as they're concerned, climate change is just more "fake news."
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A dispute has arisen in Scotland, not for the first time, about declining raptor populations and what’s behind them.
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Noise pollution is as stressful for fish as it is for people--but nobody seems to be paying attention to that fact.
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Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investments are really taking off. In fact, the Stanford Social Innovation Review has dubbed ESG initiatives “some of the fastest-growing strategies in asset management.”
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An appellate court has ruled that gray wolves should not have been removed from the endangered species list in the western Great Lakes region.
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