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Coal miners are dying of black lung.

A black lung epidemic is killing miners younger than ever before; a new Kentucky law could make it harder to claim benefits.

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Australia is milking its invasive camel problem

The camel milk industry has been growing rapidly in Australia for the last decade, and the country now boasts the third-largest camel dairy farm in the world.

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California’s scum ranchers are working on a fuel to replace oil

Researchers are using algae to clean polluted water in the hopes it will become a renewable source of fuel.
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