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Big cat comeback? Florida strikes bipartisan deal to help endangered panthers

State lawmakers agree on $400m measure to expand ‘wildlife corridors’ in effort to help panthers and other endangered species
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Audubon fostered toxic work culture for women and people of color, probe confirms

An audit of the National Audubon Society confirmed the findings of a POLITICO investigation that the environmental organization fostered a culture of harassment.
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Biodiversity

How creating wildlife crossings can help reindeer, bears – and even crabs

Sweden's announcement this week that it is to build a series of animal bridges is the latest in global efforts to help wildlife navigate busy roads.

Biodiversity

Fact-checking Idaho’s wolf eradication law

The state is about to pass a law calling for 90 percent of its wolf population to be killed. It's based on fear and lies.

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Species or ecosystems: How best to restore the natural world?

What's the best way to protect nature and restore what has been lost? A series of new scientific papers offer conflicting views on whether efforts should focus on individual species or ecosystems and point to the role humans can play in conserving landscapes.

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Toxics

Bee population steady in Dutch cities thanks to pollinator strategy

Bee hotels, bee stops and a honey highway are some of the techniques the Dutch are crediting with keeping their urban bee population steady in recent years, after a period of worrying decline.

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Toxics

Bee population steady in Dutch cities thanks to pollinator strategy

Bee hotels, bee stops and a honey highway are some of the components of a national pollinator strategy that the Dutch are crediting with keeping their urban bee population steady in recent years, after a period of worrying decline.

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Toxics

Regulators missing pollution’s effect on marine life, study finds

Increasing chemical and plastic pollution are "significant" contributors to the decline of fish and other aquatic organisms, yet their impact is being missed by regulators, according to a report by environmentalists.

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Toxics

Researchers are finding more signs of dangerous toxins from algae in Alaska wildlife

The warming climate in Alaska and across the circumpolar North is creating new health and safety risks for people, animals and ecosystems.

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Justice

Tracking environmental actions under Biden

President Biden is unwinding Donald Trump’s environmental legacy, while forging his own. The Washington Post is chronicling every step.
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The last coal power plant in New England a concern for Merrimack River

Merrimack Station is harming the wildlife in the river; environmental groups hope to fix that.

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30x30: How important are private lands in meeting conservation goals?

Experts say expanding public lands won’t be enough to achieve science-based calls for more protected areas.
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Biodiversity

Clam hunters’ supertool has California worried: ‘It might be too good’

Hydraulic pumps can collect a day's worth of clams in minutes, but experts are concerned about how they affect the ecosystem.

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Climate

Just 3% of world’s ecosystems remain intact, study suggests

Just 3% of the world's land remains ecologically intact with healthy populations of all its original animals and undisturbed habitat, a study suggests.

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Biodiversity

Does wildlife conservation work?

You don't have to look far to find signs that wildlife is in peril. And most of the news stories about it these days follow a predictable formula: Species are going extinct and, in most cases, humans are to blame.

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Climate change, chaos, and cannibalism

Forty eight years ago, a sci-fi thriller predicted a future with all three—in the year 2022.

U.S. Steel abandons clean tech plans in Pittsburgh region following damning health study

The company scraps planned Pennsylvania investments and will instead shut down three polluting batteries in 2023. The announcement comes a week after a study shows lower lung function in people living near its Pittsburgh-region facility.

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Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking

EHN.org scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

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EHN talked to marine disease experts about the role of increasing ocean protection in combating rising disease rates.

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