Environment

Program Helps Train Unadoptable Dogs to Save Wildlife

by Natalia Lima

There are a lot of dogs in shelters nationwide that need a forever home but some of them, with overly energetic or obsessive personalities, can be really hard to adopt.

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‘Water Bars’ Are a Thing Now

by Brianne Hogan

Martin Riese is introducing the U.S. to a new phenomenom called, water bars:  bars that serve just water. The 38-year-old German citizen is a water sommelier (yes, that’s a thing)

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Beloved Joshua Trees May Fall Victim To Climate Change

by Brianne Hogan

Joshua tree seedlings in the California desert are shrinking and dying before they are able to spread their strong roots, and an ecologist wants to know why. Ecologist Cameron Barrows

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Washington Breaks Ground on First Animal Overpass

by Anthony Marcusa

This week will mark a first for Washington, as the state breaks ground in construction for their inaugural animal overpass. Interstate 90 in the Northwest cuts through the forests and

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WATCH: Drone Footage Captures True Destruction of Rainforest Clearing

by Brianne Hogan

Well, this stinks. Despite recent efforts to reduce deforestation, new drone footage shows that it’s unfortunately still happening. The footage comes from the nonprofit organization Forest Heroes, which aims to protect

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New Docu-Series ‘Urban Homesteader’ to Help Anyone Setup A Farm Anywhere

by Brianne Hogan

A new web series that shows how to turn your small urban space into a modern homestead will launch in October. If you’ve ever wanted to raise chickens in your own

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Coke Unveils World’s First 100% Plant-Based Bottle

by Brianne Hogan

The Coca-Company unveiled on Wednesday the world’s first PET plastic bottle made entirely from plant materials at the World Expo in Milan. The company’s PlantBottle packaging originally launched in 2009,

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