Science

Seychelles Snail Thought Extinct, Found Alive

by Brianne Hogan

It was thought that the snail’s demise was a result of declining rainfall on Aldabra, and was widely considered to be one of the first series whose extinction was linked to global warming.

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UN Report: Climate Change is Real and Might be Permanent

by Natalia Galbetti

The United Nations has released a new report on climate change and, unfortunately, it says that which we already knew: climate change is real, caused by humans and it’s not

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Man to Live in Melting Iceberg to Urge Action on Climate Change

by Natalia Galbetti

Desperate times call for desperate measures, so a man has decided to go live on a melting iceberg for 12 months to document how urgent the issue of climate change

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Solar Plant Killing An ‘Alarming’ Number of Birds

by Natalia Galbetti

What started out as a move to save the planet has backfired and killing a staggering number of birds in the Mojave Desert. The culprit is the BrightSource Energy plant.

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Feds Deny Endangered Species Protection to Wolverines

by Natalia Galbetti

U.S. Wildlife managers have determined wolverines are not endangered creatures despite scientific proof of the contrary. “After carefully considering the best available science, the Service has determined that the effects

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WATCH: Shark Week Does Tribute to Paul Walker

by Natalia Galbetti

Shark Week’ fans know that the late actor Paul Walker was one of them. The star was a passionate about our oceans and about shark conservation.

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Q&A with Brainchild Behind Groundbreaking Doc ‘Cowspiracy’

by Nell Alk

Like a lot of folks, Kip Andersen was moved to action upon seeing “An Inconvenient Truth.” Al Gore touted the virtues of embracing eco-friendly habits while warning of the repercussions

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