Cyrtodactylus shwetaungorum

The worldwide demand for limestone for use in cement production threatens these rock-climbing species and other amazing wildlife.

Cyrtodactylus shwetaungorum

The worldwide demand for limestone for use in cement production threatens these rock-climbing species and other amazing wildlife.

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Yes it can, argues the new book Ecodharma — but only if Buddhism saves itself first.

Elephant eating

Asking why elephants travel to specific areas can help us to better understand and reduce human-elephant conflict.

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In the new book, Protecting Pollinators: How to Save the Creatures That Feed Our World, Jodi Helmer explains how small changes in temperature can disrupt the partnership between plants and pollinators.

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The pioneering researcher shares what he’s learned from studying environmental racism — and the movement working for justice — for more than four decades.

Yangtze giant softshell turtle

The tragic death, following an artificial insemination procedure, leaves just three turtles of the species alive.

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The majority of coal plants in the United States, like the Hunter Power Plant in Utah, are contaminating groundwater with toxic pollutants, a new report reveals.

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The Climate Narrative Project, started by author Jeff Biggers, is training a new generation of storytellers to help us meet the challenges of climate change.

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How will the border wall affect jaguars, bears, birds, bees and other wildlife? And what other solutions might work better without harming people or ecosystems?

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