• Video Reveals Mystery of Narwhal’s Tusk

  • First-Ever Cuttlefish Battle Caught on Video

  • EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Says U.S. Should Exit Paris Agreement

  • Sean Spicer Makes a Spectacle of Trump’s $78K Donation to the National Park Service

  • VIDEO: Community Activists Spread Word About Flint’s Ongoing Water Crisis

  • Spectacular Meteor Lights Up Midwestern Sky

  • Video: Seth Meyers’ Hilarious Response to Trump’s Climate Denial

  • Heartwarming Video Shows Lana the Orangutan Released Into the Wild

  • Patagonia Doc Highlights Indigenous Struggle Over Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

  • App Fights Food Waste By Letting Users Order Restaurants’ Extras


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May 22, 2017 Opinion
Always Dreaming sprints toward a first-place finish at the 2017 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Kentucky. (Photo: Heidi Carpenter / Flickr)

The Perpetuation of a Cruel Pastime

By: Brian Klonoski

It was an exhilarating finish at the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes on Saturday. The favorite, Always Dreaming, jumped to an early lead out of the gate, trailed closely...

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May 20, 2017 Environment
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is at the center of LA 2024's "radical reuse" strategy. (Photo: LA 2024)

UCLA Helps LA Pitch Greenest Olympics Ever

By: Belinda Waymouth

Last week, L.A. 2024 pitched what would be the most sustainable games in modern history to visitors from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at the StubHub Center’s South Bay Sports...

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May 17, 2017 Politics
Protesters at the Climate March. (Photo: Edward Kimmel / Flickr)

EPA Gets Earful After Opening Public Comments on Deregulation

By: Common Dreams

By Lauren McCauley It turns out Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) head Scott Pruitt's plan to gut environmental protections is wildly unpopular as a call for public comment amassed nearly 60,000...

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May 17, 2017 Politics
The coal-fired Teco Big Bend Power Station in Apollo Beach, Florida. (Photo: Bjørn Christian Finbråten / Flickr)

Bill Letting Big Industry Veto Environmental Rules Progresses in Senate

By: Center for Biological Diversity

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee today marked up and approved two harmful deregulation bills that would make it harder to protect people and imperiled wildlife from environmentally destructive practices....

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May 16, 2017 Opinion
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, just to the northwest of the site of the proposed Pebble Mine project. (Photo: NPS / Flickr)

Pebble Mine Will Always Be the Wrong Mine in the Wrong Place

By: Brian Klonoski

Late last week, the Trump administration's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), led by administrator Scott Pruitt, quietly reached a deal with a company called Pebble Limited Partnership, which had been suing the...

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May 15, 2017 Politics
Climate skeptic and conservative radio host Sam Clovis, right, is likely to be President Trump's pick for USDA undersecretary for research, education, and economics -- a scientific post tasked with overseeing the agency's scientific research. (Photo: USDA / Flickr)

Trump to Pick Radio Host to Be 'Chief Scientist' at USDA

By: Common Dreams

By Nika Knight President Donald Trump is expected to pick Sam Clovis, a conservative talk show host who campaigned for Trump in Iowa, for the position of "chief scientist" as...

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May 12, 2017 Wildlife
The alpha female of the Canyon Pack was euthanized after she was found shot on the north side of Yellowstone National Park. (Photo: Neal Herbert / National Park Service)

Authorities Seek Poacher Who Shot Rare White Wolf in Yellowstone

By: Center for Biological Diversity

The Center for Biological Diversity is contributing $5,000 toward a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for illegally shooting and killing a famous wolf...

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May 12, 2017 Videos
Narwhals. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

Video Reveals Mystery of Narwhal's Tusk

By: Brian Klonoski

Canadian scientist and wildlife cinematographer Adam Ravetch, who has previously worked with Planet Experts, recently documented new narwhal behavior while filming in the Arctic. Working with the World Wildlife Fund, Adam...

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May 11, 2017 Climate & Energy
Activists has warned that it was only a matter of time until the Dakota Access pipeline sprung a leak. Their fears have already been confirmed. (Photo: Karla Cote / Flickr)

While Small, First DAPL Spill Seen as Dark Omen

By: Common Dreams

By Deirdre Fulton Throughout the battle over the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL), indigenous campaigners and their allies repeatedly warned it was not a question of if, but when a breach would occur. Now, before the pipeline is...

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