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Environment

Pablo Escobar's hippos may help counteract a legacy of extinctions

Japan to use recyclable material in Olympic Games uniforms

Heat Wave.

Heat stress may affect more than 1.2 billion people annually by 2100

Cat.

Keeping cats indoors could blunt adverse effects to wildlife

Field activities.

Is your coffee contributing to malaria risk?

Bird on a rope.

Seeing animals in a national park: expectations vs. reality

Mountain of garbage on the beach by the sea.

Is it possible to live in a world without plastic?

Jaguar Panthera onca

Jupiter the lion isn't the only Colombian animal in danger

Lion lying down.

The lion that agonizes while Colombia tries to save him

Black carbon particles

How much does black carbon contribute to climate warming?

Drone view of oil palm plantation with flux tower to measure greenhouse gases.

Eco-friendly biodiesel from palm oil?

Deep red and deep blue in the CEECCA region indicate warming by 1.0 ° C to 2.5 ° C in the last 112 years.

How countries respond to weather change

Lesley de Souza with her team seining for fishes in the Rupununi savannas during the dry season.

How learning about fish can help us save the Amazon rainforest

Herd of antelopes drinking water.

Improving protection of wildlife in national parks

Toilet paper

Environment friendly toilet paper could change the world

Sequence of abrupt responses in global drylands as aridity increases

Major study shows impact of climate change on dryland ecosystems

 A seal hauling out of the water onto a California beach.

How some mammals pause their pregnancies

Polygrapha suprema (Schaus, 1920), a rare and endangered butterfly exclusive to the high mountains of Atlantic Forest (Brazil

Scientists warn humanity about worldwide insect decline

Sustainable energy projects in a farm.

New model could improve investment in farm-based sustainable energy

Natural Park.

How is a national park protected?

Camera trap image of Guanacos

Conflict between ranchers and wildlife intensifies as climate change worsens in Chile

View of the Antarctic.

Antarctica heats up

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