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2014/07/25 19:21
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The end of the elephant, rhino and polar bear? Experts say sixth mass extinction on Earth has ALREADY started - and humans are to blame Human behaviour has already killed off over 320...
2014/07/25 19:21
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2014/07/24 19:42
2014/07/24 19:42
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Imagine a smog-free Los Angeles, where electric cars ply silent freeways, solar panels blanket rooftops and power plants run on heat from beneath the Earth, from howling winds and from the blazing...
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2014/07/24 18:51
2014/07/24 18:51
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Oh BUG-ger: Drop in insect population could have dire consequences to humans, experts warn A SOARING human population has slashed the number of scuttling creepy crawlies by half, a new scientific...
2014/07/01 03:42
2014/07/01 03:42
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Found in thousands of products, from peanut butter and packaged bread to shampoo and shaving cream, palm oil is a booming multibillion-dollar industry. While it isn't always clearly labeled in...
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2014/06/30 19:42
2014/06/30 19:42
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Environmental policy must respond to ever-changing conditions on the ground and in the water, but doing so requires a constant flow of information about the living world. In a paper published in...
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2014/06/30 07:53
2014/06/30 07:53
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CHARLESTON, S.C. – Some scientists suggest it could be still another sign of climate change: Salamanders in the Appalachian Mountains are getting smaller, they say, because in a drier, warmer climate,...
2014/06/24 10:39
2014/06/24 10:39
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... —What do the American people really think about global warming? To gauge public opinion on the issue, the Stanford News Service interviewed Jon Krosnick, a Stanford professor of...
2014/07/25 19:21
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