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Ocean Health Gets "D" Grade in New Global Index
Annual Global Ocean Health Index includes the high seas for the first time, and scientists say the score could have been worse.
Q&A: Veteran Volcano Climber on the Allure, Danger of Japan's "Holy Mo
After a weekend eruption from Japan's Mount Ontake killed dozens of climbers this weekend, photographer Carsten Peter discusses the allure and danger of the pursuit.
Laser-Guided Sea-Monkeys Show That Tiny Animals Can Move Mountains of
Brine shrimp following a laser beam across a tank demonstrate how tiny swimming animals can influence ocean circulation.
The Big Problem With Mini-Pigs
Mini-pigs that grow big are abandoned or euthanized. Can education, regulation, and sanctuaries solve the problem?
The Search for Missing Frogs Brings Some Species Back From the Dead
A six-month search for frogs that hadn't been seen in decades brings some species back from the dead.
Human-Caused Climate Change Worsened Heat Waves in 2013, Study Says
Studies also examine less certain connections to droughts and storms.
Q&A: Peruvian Ecologist Vows "You Fight Until You Fall Dead"
Ernesto Ráez-Luna explains why he left the government after it weakened the country's environmental laws.
Global Survey Says We're Eating Better, But Our Diet Is Still Unsustainable
More people are eating local and organic foods, but the planetary diet still is not sustainable.
John Krakauer's Stroke of Genius
John Krakauer calls current rehabilitation therapies medieval. Among his radical approaches: a cyber-dolphin named Bandit.
Pictures: Japanese Volcano That Killed Hikers
Dozens of hikers died after a volcanic eruption in central Japan over the weekend.
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