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Monday, September 28, 2015
The Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium in Omaha, a city in the central U.S. state of Nebraska, has joined efforts with two other U.S. zoos to save 18 elephants living in a southern Africa park from being slaughtered.
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Skiing, climbing, global warming: French Alps demonstrate dilemma
The Alps are the birthplace of downhill skiing and a crucible for mountain climbing -- but now the French government is trying to help their winter tourist towns adapt to a warming world.
Regulators in the U.S. state of California on Friday restored ambitious rules to cut transportation fuel emissions 10 percent within 5 years, a decision that gives the state's Governor Jerry Brown a boost for his climate change agenda.
Environmentalists on Friday asked a federal judge to stop the National Marine Fisheries Service from allowing Hawaii-based fishermen to attribute some of the bigeye tuna they catch to U.S. territories.
Saturday, September 26, 2015
Trees, crucial absorbers of climate-harming carbon dioxide gas, may finally be balking at an ever-earlier spring season brought on by global warming, researchers said Wednesday.
Friday, September 25, 2015
Get ready for a rare double feature this weekend, starring our very own moon.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Is climate change killing American starfish?
On the remote rocky shores of the western United States, low tide brings visitors to wave-splashed tide pools to marvel at ocean wonders usually hidden from view.
The volume of waste in landfills, a major source of the potent greenhouse gas methane, was grossly underestimated in the United States in 2012, researchers said Monday.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Making the global switch from climate-altering fossil fuels to renewables by 2050 would require an extra US$1 trillion (880 billion euros) per year, but the bill will be covered by lower energy costs, a Greenpeace report said Monday.
The central U.S. state of Oklahoma has gone from registering two earthquakes a year to nearly two a day and scientists point to a controversial culprit: wastewater injection wells used in fracking.
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