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Here's how NYC is going to start turning its food scraps into power

Here’s how NYC is going to start turning its food scraps into power

Inside the brown energy movement

By | Posted December 20, 2013

Caught in the crosshairs

Caught in the crosshairs

Dehorning is a controversial method used to stop rhino poachers in Africa – but does it really work?

By | Posted December 19, 2013

Plankton to the people

Plankton to the people

Researchers reach out to citizen scientists to identify species

By | Posted November 14, 2013

Not just for the birds

Not just for the birds

Federal bird conservation efforts may have far-reaching effects on the environment

By | Posted November 11, 2013

Can flexibility help species avoid extinction?

Can flexibility help species avoid extinction?

Organisms keep up with a changing climate without waiting for genetic adaptation

By | Posted November 7, 2013

The high cost of carbon in city trees

The high cost of carbon in city trees

They stymy climate change, but for a premium

By | Posted October 18, 2013

Tiger Leg Monkey Tree Frog Photo Credit by Anthony Herrel

Tree frogs evolving to monkey around

Scientists find that tree frogs do more walking than hopping

By | Posted October 4, 2013

Coyote Portrait

Taking shots in the dark

Coyote populations continue to grow, despite being a popular hunting target

By | Posted March 31, 2013

Force for nature

Force for nature

Len Soucy has spent his life caring for injured birds

By | Posted February 1, 2013

Serial killer or scapegoat?

Serial killer or scapegoat?

Cat advocates and conservationists debate how many dead birds is too many

By | Posted January 20, 2013

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