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TheChillyWorkofSavingOntario’sAlgonquinWolf

Researchers don snowshoes and brave freezing temperatures to learn more about the threatened species

EelRiverDiversionsSustainCaliforniaWineCountry,butAreKillingSalmon

With two dams up for relicensing, fish advocates and farmers face off over water use

LivingintheShadowofColombia’sLargestCoalMine

Indigenous communities in one of country's poorest provinces say El Cerrejón is harming health and environment

VolkswagenUnderFireforTestingDieselFumesonMonkeysandHumans

Carmaker condemned for experiments that involved humans and monkeys breathing toxic car fumes for hours at a time

Africatown,SiteofLastUSSlaveShipment,SuesOverPollution

Hundreds of the largely Black residents are suing now-shuttered paper plant claiming it released toxic chemicals linked to cancer

ColombianSoldiersLeadEcologicalMissioninHigh-AltitudeWetlands

Innovative army program aims to restore country's war-torn landscapes, safeguard drinking water supply

AroundtheWorldin1,000Days

Three-year voyage of the Hōkūleʻa, a giant Polynesian sailing canoe, spread Indigenous knowledge and concern for Earth’s future

MenomineeTribeFilesLawsuitoverMinePermittingonSacredLand

Wisconsin tribe alleges that feds have neglected to oversee wetland permitting for controversial Michigan open pit mine

YouReallyShouldn’tTouchThoseWoodenUtilityPoles

Millions of these poles continue to be coated with PCP, a carcinogenic chemical

SpanishRangersFearforLivessinceDoubleMurderaYearAgothisWeek

The killing of two wildlife defenders marked a chilling turning point for colleagues facing increasing violence in the line of duty

BalkingatMeatlessMondays?ThereareSomeImpossibleSolutionsAfoot

The latest fake meat to hit the market is pretty close to the real deal, but there’s a rub

BirdersgetaFirstLookathow2017CaliforniaWildfiresAffectedWildlife

Christmas Bird Count by volunteers helps scientists gather rare post-fire data