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Opinion

Trump’s sellout of American heritage.

Opinion | CONTRIBUTING OP-ED WRITER

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Energy

Beijing philanthropist commits $1.5 billion to conservation.

This Saturday, Oct. 14, in Monaco, He Qiaonv will announce the first step in a $1.5 billion plan that may represent the largest-ever personal philanthropic commitment to wildlife conservation. 

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Climate

Beyond biodiversity: A new way of looking at how species interconnect.

In 1966, an ecologist at the University of Washington named Robert Paine removed all the ochre starfish from a short stretch of Pacific shoreline on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. The absence of the predator had a dramatic effect on its ecosystem. In less than a year, a diverse tidal environment collapsed into a monoculture of mussels because the starfish was no longer around to eat them.

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Climate

Everyone knew Houston’s reservoirs would flood — except for the people who bought homes inside them.

by Neena Satija, The Texas Tribune and Reveal, Kiah Collier, The Texas Tribune, and Al Shaw, ProPublica, October 12, 2017

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These dogs are helping to solve environmental problems.

WRITER

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Water

'I am rather stuck': Justices slog through WOTUS arguments.

A big question loomed at the Supreme Court today as the justices heard arguments over which court — federal appeals courts or district courts — would handle challenges to the Obama administration's contentious Waters of the U.S. rule.

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Toxics

Anthrax may have killed 100 hippos in Namibia.

It's a shocking image.

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Water

Analysis: Deciphering dueling analyses of clean water regulations.

Deciphering dueling analyses of clean water regulations

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Editorial

EPA adds to list of Coakley failures.

The federal Environmental Protection Agency this past week added to the long list of failures of governmental agencies to protect the environment and residents by stating it would not recommend remediation of the chemicals leaching from the Coakley landfill.

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Climate

Why a Colorado River reunion with the sea isn’t a guarantee.

On Sept. 27, representatives from the U.S. and Mexico approved an update to the 1944 treaty that governs how the two nations manage the Colorado River. The new pact builds upon a 2012 agreement that expires this year.

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