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Millions of people across the globe are skipping school and walking out of work as part of a massive, week-long international campaign to ..read more
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Scientists have discovered that a soil microbe commonly found in New Jersey wetlands can break down one of the toughest class of ..read more
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Yale Environment 360 and the Oak Spring Garden Foundation are accepting entries for our first Young Writers Awards. The awards will honor ..read more
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Rising global temperatures are impacting the ability of grassland birds to mate, forcing some males to choose between high-energy mating ..read more
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Extreme precipitation events are on the rise in India, driven by warming temperatures and changes in the monsoon. The resulting floods are ..read more
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In an e360 interview, Mary Nichols, the long-time chair of the California Air Resources Board, talks about California’s continued ..read more
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Natural disasters forced a record 7 million people to be displaced in the first half of this year, accounting for nearly two-thirds of all ..read more
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Using citizen science volunteers, researchers are more accurately measuring temperature differences between city hot spots and their ..read more
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More than nine years after the Deepwater Horizon spill, oil can still be found buried deep in the sand along hundreds of miles of the Gulf ..read more
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From Colombia to Argentina, major cities in Latin America are starting to adopt electric bus fleets. In a region with the highest use of ..read more

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