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May 24, 2016 Oceans
"An Oceanic Whitetip Shark and Marine Biologist in the Bahamas." Photo Credit Brian Skerry

Brian Skerry's Breathtaking Pictures Reveal Our Ocean's Beauty

By: Jay Jasinski

Brian Skerry's Photography Will Remind You of Why You Love Our Oceans From the alien like creatures of the deep sea to the vivid coral reefs, our oceans are a...

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May 24, 2016 Wildlife

6 Award-Winning Animal Videos From IFAW

By: Azzedine Downes

Let's be honest, animal rescues can make for amazing videos. But they're also incredibly important to our work. When people see videos of animals being rescued from disasters or cruelty,...

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May 24, 2016 Food
42.4 kg of avoidable food waste found in New Zealand household rubbish bins in 2014. (Photo Credit: Love Food Hate Waste NZ via WikiMedia Commons)

The Path Act: A Tax Deduction to Boost Food Donations

By: Global Green

Written by Hendrik Richert The United States Department Of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that 14 percent of all American households were food insecure at some time during the year in 2014...

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May 24, 2016 Politics
Hillary Clinton in Concord, New Hampshire, 2007. (Photo Credit: Marc Nozell)

Over 1,500 Organizations Oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership

By: Jedamiah Wolf

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is one of the biggest trade pacts of the century and, if passed, will give corporations unprecedented power to disregard international environmental and climate policies -...

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May 24, 2016 Oceans

Dr. Sylvia Earle Answers Questions Live From California's Kelp Beds

By: Sylvia Earle

Explore.org and Channel Islands National Park Team Up To Broadcast World-Renowned Oceanographer Live from the Kelp Beds of California’s Channel Islands  On Saturday, Dr. Sylvia Earle, renowned oceanographer and pioneer, broke a...

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May 24, 2016 Innovation
Brain power. (Source: aboutmodafinil.com)

ICT Is the Matrix for Sustainable Solutions

By: W. Douglas Smith

I’ve been blind to the obvious. When I do research on soil erosion or glacier melting on Greenland, or some complex aspect of climate change, I look into my address...

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May 24, 2016 Videos
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VIDEO: Gorilla Proves You Can Nap and Eat at the Same Time

By: Jay Jasinski

Gorilla Can Barely Stay Awake While it Eats We've all been there before: you're on your Tuesday afternoon lunch break, and you can't decide if you'd rather nap in your...

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May 24, 2016 Climate

Why Climate Matters to Us

By: Texas Tech Climate Science Center

We humans are used to the climate of the places where we live, regardless of how extreme they may be. I witnessed this first-hand during my time in Churchill with...

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May 24, 2016 Water
The upper reaches of Dead Man's Canyon of the Pecos River with lower-than average water levels in the Pecos River just west of Comstock, Texas.

The key to conservation may lie in our language

By: Texas Tech Climate Science Center

Here in West Texas, a land of drought and unpredictable rainfall, we haven’t prioritized water planning and conservation enough to ensure we can weather future droughts. While the rainstorms and...

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