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If you've flipped through the latest issue of the New Yorker, you may have spotted "Green is Good" (subscription required), which profiles The Nature Conservancy's...

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Originally published by Village News, a publication of the community of Cabin John, MD. Wild, undammed rivers make dangerous neighbors. A signboard near the riverbank at one of the National Park entrances...

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Some people collect coins, some people collect books; people like Eric Dinerstein collect sightings of rare species. In The Kingdom of Rarities, newly released in...

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Elk browsing aspens in Yellowstone National Park. Photo by Cristina Eisenberg.

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With spring finally starting to show its face, we're thinking about everything that's green and growing. But as Yvonne Baskin shows in Under Ground: How Creatures of Mud and...

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This past weekend, there was...

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Back in November of 2013, President Obama issued an executive order on climate preparedness. Because executive orders circumvent...

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"Now we are translating this book into Korean and would like to spread H. Bruce Franklin's idea about over-fishing and ecology concerns to people in our area."

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In his recent New York Times article, “Overpopulation is not the problem,” geographer Erle Ellis comes to two optimistic...

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Today's pick, Tibet Wild, is from our Editorial Assistant, Rebecca Bright.

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