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December 7, 2016 Wildlife
A wild jaguar roams the Huachucas Mountains in southern Arizona. (Photo: Cochise County Boy Scouts of America)

Trail Cam Captures Rare Jaguar in Arizona

By: Center for Biological Diversity

A previously undetected jaguar has been photographed recently in the Huachuca Mountains of southern Arizona, near the town of Sierra Vista. The young male was caught on a Fort Huachuca trail camera...

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December 7, 2016 Climate & Energy
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Texas is the Best. And Worst. #1 in both Wind Energy and Carbon Pollution.

By: Texas Tech Climate Science Center

I live in West Texas, and some of the stereotypes are true. There are more SUVs and trucks here than you can shake a stick at. Oil wells are more...

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December 7, 2016 Environment
Albatross carcass on Midway atoll / © Chris Jordan

Seabirds Are Developing a Taste for Plastic

By: Nick Marinoff

Seabirds will eat just about anything they can get their beaks on. Their tenacity and voracious appetites are usually experienced firsthand by anyone bringing a picnic basket to the beach,...

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December 7, 2016 Environment

8 Scientific Visions for a Thriving Planet

By: Belinda Waymouth

A more balanced world is in our sights. At last month’s inaugural Luskin Endowment Symposium, over 2,000 attendees heard first-hand about concerted efforts to right past missteps and shape a...

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December 6, 2016 Wildlife
A Canada Lynx. (Photo: Keith Williams / Flickr)

$19K Reward Offered After Two Endangered Lynx Killed in Maine

By: Center for Biological Diversity

Wildlife advocates are offering an $8,000 reward for information leading to convictions for the shootings of two protected Canada lynx last month in Maine, bringing the total reward offered to $19,000 from...

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December 6, 2016 Climate & Energy
A pipeline in Alaska. (Photo: Luke Jones / Flickr)

There Have Been 85 Pipeline Spills in North Dakota Since 1996

By: Center for Biological Diversity

Existing pipelines in North Dakota have spilled crude oil and other hazardous liquids at least 85 times since 1996, according to an analysis released by the Center for Biological Diversity. These 85...

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December 6, 2016 Climate & Energy
The Gwich'in people of Alaska and northern Canada are fighting to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from fossil-feul interests. (Photo: Patagonia / YouTube)

Patagonia Doc Highlights Indigenous Struggle Over Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

By: Planet Editor

Socially-conscious outdoor gear company Patagonia continues its stellar stream of documentaries with The Refgue. The 15-minute-long film highlights the decades-long struggle of the indigenous Gwich'in people as they fend off fossil-fuel...

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December 6, 2016 Climate & Energy
Dry vines in a California vineyard. (Photo Credit: Nick Marinoff)

California Drought Affecting Winemakers

By: Nick Marinoff

It was hot enough this summer to break out the Riesling, and the water shortage in California has a number of winemakers "sweating goblets" over what’s to become of their...

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December 5, 2016 Wildlife
This nervous orphaned coyote pup seeks comfort and refuge in a donated fox coat dyed to look like lynx fur. (Photo: Born Free USA)

Orgs Repurpose Fur Coats to Comfort Orphaned and Injured Wildlife

By: Born Free USA

Born Free USA and the Ian Somerhalder Foundation (ISF) announced a partnership to support both organizations’ efforts to educate youth on wildlife conservation and animal welfare. The collaboration will begin with a...

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