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Water shapes every aspect of our lives, but how many of us know where our water comes from or who decides how it's distributed? In his new book, Chasing Water, Brian...

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Remote camera image of wolf OR7, nicknamed Journey, in southwest Oregon, May 2014.

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Carnivore Way, Alaska. Image by Alisa Acosta, used with permission. Click to enlarge.

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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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Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a sobering report on the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Two main messages are unmistakable: Antibiotic-...

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

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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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Harold Henderson of Build a Better Burb interviewed author Ned Crankshaw, author of ...

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This week's #forewordFriday selection comes fresh off a successful launch of the ...

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Many families who dutifully recycle, take mass transit, and have a house full of compact fluorescent light bulbs, would say they're doing their part to save the earth. However, a new study from the London School of Economics suggests that in developed...

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