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Environment

July 20, 2018

Did early humans jump-start global warming?

April 4, 2018

An iconic butterfly is in trouble – but how much trouble?

January 29, 2018

A massive passenger ferry in Alaska and British Columbia could help scientists track the complex process of ocean acidification

November 13, 2017

An amendment that gives a free pass to genetically modified crops causes legal turmoil

September 29, 2017

Meet educators who are teaching the younger generation about restoring oysters to New York Harbor

July 26, 2017

A researcher who watercolored a salamander on her thesis now runs an art gallery

July 26, 2017

Wide open spaces that power more than just tumbleweeds

July 26, 2017

If you want to turn your kids into a bunch of little nerds, this is the place!

July 26, 2017

Artificial reefs in Florida are more than popular dive sites

July 24, 2017

A dedicated crew gets plastic out of trees

July 11, 2017

Sonali McDermid is worried about the planet’s food supply — and those seeking to eviscerate science

July 5, 2017

Brooklyn neighbors will soon be able to trade power directly — and there’s more to come

June 26, 2017

A minority in many ways, Erica Walker is determined to find how urban noise affects human health

June 14, 2017

Evidence that the Earth’s crust began as an unbroken shell raises a question: Can we really understand the past by looking at how things are now?

May 31, 2017

Proposed changes to the Magnuson-Stevens Act, our nation’s fishery management law, would compound problems for the nation’s fish

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