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All states bar one are trying a lot harder than their federal counterparts.
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This is no time to take the high moral ground.
A sign warning of sharks is fastened to a guard stand in East Orleans, on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, on July 16.
And helping save regional Australia while he's at it.
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A county official in Massachusetts has proposed a controversial solution to a recent uptick in shark sightings off Cape Cod: Kill the sharks. Barnstable County Commissioner Ron Beaty made the suggesti...
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A large swath of Texas began bracing for intense rainfall and flooding as Hurricane Harvey neared its coast Thursday. Harvey could be the first hurricane ranked as Category 3 or stronger (sustained wi...
It all hinged on the climate equivalent of 'Stop The Boats'.
When it comes to conservation, human beings are the elephant in the room.
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Homes have lost power and there are transport delays.
A rare white moose is seen in Gunnarskog, Varmland, Sweden on July 31st.
It's bad news for declining ocean stocks, as well as animal welfare.
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This footage is definitely amooseing. A man hiking in Sweden on Friday night captured the above video of a rare white moose, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Hans Nilsson Nilsson was hiking in Varmland Co...
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This may stop your personal relationships cooling.
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Extremes galore, but it's actually a pretty typical late winter weather pattern.
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Better than being arrested for neigh walking.
'They’re saying we should be investing taxpayer money with an Indian billionaire whose company is registered in the Cayman Islands.'