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Not only is there an ecological need to act on climate change there is a financial one too
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Refugees from the lowlands are settling on areas reserved for livestock pastures, wetlands, and even river banks
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Swine fever has made its way into China, home to half the world’s pigs. Farmers in Estonia are already counting the cost
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A trip to Baja California drives home the perils of irresponsible whale watching
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The Youngs are among 3.25 million Ohioans living within half a mile of oil and gas plants
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Earth Island Journal | Environmental Edu.. by Earth Island Institute - 9M ago

As climate change creates new habitat for mosquitoes, it’s time to protect yourself and your furry friends
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Many nations are counting on hydropower to meet growing energy needs even as climate change is likely to increase risks
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Bill passed by Assembly would require complete shift to clean energy by 2045
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Threat extends beyond Brazilian farmworkers to consumers around the world
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With four new mines approved in the Western Desert, the Tjiwarl turn to courts for help
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