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Boyan Slat, the 24-year-old founder and CEO of the Ocean Cleanup, has finally launched a system he says will rid the Great Pacific Garbage Patch of half its plastic trash in five years.
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The billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has delivered a stark warning on population growth in Africa, saying if left unchecked it could unravel decades of progress and fuel instability across the globe.
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The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish hopes to relocate 40 to 60 desert bighorn sheep to the Sacramento Mountains this fall, reintroducing the species to an area where
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