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The National Park Service has ordered superintendents of South Florida’s three parks and national preserve to combine management. Critics worry it will lead to cuts at parks already struggling with dwindling budgets.
The United Nations agreed to draw up a migration pact to cope with the millions of migrants moving from country to country. Now campaigners want nations to follow up with concrete action.
The Atlantic system that warms the UK is slowing down but this may cause even more heating.
Plant numbers have surged in a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean following the eradication of invasive rats that gobbled up seeds and gnawed away at vegetation, a new study has found.
Seeds modified in a lab are often touted as a means to boost agriculture and food security in Africa. There is some resistance on the continent and debate on preserving its traditional seed base instead.
Concern is mounting for the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) vast forests and rich wildlife as logging concessions and licenses to explore for oil in protected areas are prepared ahead of presidential elections later this year.
In his first wide-ranging interview since his release, Dwight Hammond Jr. talked about how he coped in prison, how he learned of his pardon and the shock of his sudden release.
Deep waters have long been seen as potential refuges for endangered corals, but a new study suggests that they offer no sanctuary.
A new bill would strip the president of designating new monuments in the state—an idea that has already come to fruition in Alaska and Wyoming.
Reindeer herding or mining on Násafjäll?
Officials keep dredging up PCBs and posting signs at New Bedford Harbor—but studies suggest anglers are eating too much of their contaminated catch.
"It's just crazy to think the county would want to divert millions of dollars from these funds for one over-the-top building renovation project."
"It's really shocking that we found such a significant effect on a population that is usually considered immune to these heat exposures"