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After years of demanding that world leaders act on the climate crisis, we finally have an international agreement that puts us on the path to a sustainable future: the Paris Agreement. And more than ever before, we have the public behind us, as people around the world have realized that we simply cannot keep burning[……]

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A cook at Nick's Lighthouse prepares Dungeness crab on November 5, 2015 in San Francisco, California. The California Fish and


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A cook at Nick’s Lighthouse prepares Dungeness crab on November 5, 2015 in San Francisco, California. The California Fish and Game Commission suspended recreational Dungeness crab fishing for 180 days in 2015 due to high levels of domoic acid, a neurotoxin.

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Hundreds of former Environmental Protection Agency officials are urging the Senate to reject Scott Pruitt, President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the agency that once employed them. 
In a letter, released Monday, 447 former EPA employees say Pruitt’s record raises “serious questions” about his ability “to act in t[……]

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Images posted online of an enormous carcass that washed up on the shore of an Indonesian island are captivating people across the world.
The Jakarta Globe calls the massive, rotting body a giant squid, and reports that a resident of Seram Island discovered the 49-foot dead creature on Tuesday.
But three marine exper[……]

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As our political world turns, who would have thought that Exxon would be pleading with a U.S. President to continue our participation in the Paris Accord to lower carbon emissions and respect global climate change goals?
It may come as a surprise to our current president that “clean energy jobs outnumber a[……]

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 In space, this is the age of reusability


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In space, this is the age of reusability

Matthew Richardson, University of Tokyo and Michael Smart, The University of Queensland

Big plans are being made in space.

Investment banks want to mine asteroids for rare, valuable metals. Japan wants to build a solar power station. Billio[……]

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Hurricane Irma churns through the Caribbean on Sept. 5.


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Hurricane Irma churns through the Caribbean on Sept. 5.

As of today the death toll from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma stands at 151 and is likely to rise. Estimates are still murky, but experts predict combined totals in property losses mig[……]

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We need a new approach to how we consume clothes if we want to prevent obscene volumes of waste, widespread exhaustion of critical resources and the toxic pollution of the environment, according to a new report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
“The textiles industry is a huge industry employing more than 3[……]

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U.S. Forest Service Chief Tony Tooke announced his immediate retirement this week amid reports of a culture of harassment at


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U.S. Forest Service Chief Tony To爱上海shlf1314 龙凤论坛oke announced his immediate retirement this week amid reports of a culture of harassment at the agency.

Tony Tooke, the chief of the U.S. Forest Service, has resigned amid reports of widespread sexual misconduct throughout the age[……]

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People in the greater Seattle area are consuming so many opioids that, for the first time, scientists have detected traces of the drugs in mussels in local waters.
Mussels from three of 18 locations near Seattle and Bremerton in Washington’s Puget S杭州贵族宝贝论坛 爱上海419ound tested positive for the opioid oxycodone, accor[……]

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