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Truck makers lobby to weaken U.S. climate policies, report finds
Rare good news from the Amazon: Gigantic fish are thriving again
A UN biodiversity convention aims to slow humanity's 'war with nature'
The U.S. wants to slash carbon emissions from power plants. Natural gas is in the way
Electricity companies throw a wrench in Biden's plans to eliminate greenhouse gases
UN biodiversity conference offers a chance to manage pressing ecological destruction
Conservation efforts have brought back an endangered species of fish in the Amazon
Here is what scientists are doing to save Florida's coral reef before it's too late
The world's largest volcano is erupting for the first time since 1984
Cities are losing trees — fast. But it's not too late to change that
High demand and prices for lithium send mines into overdrive
In the strawberry fields of Spain, migrants from Africa work in hope of a better life
In a win for local tribes, major dams along the Klamath River in Oregon will be removed
How Russia is weaponizing the Ukrainian winter
He started protesting about his middle school principal. Now he's taking on Big Oil
Coping with climate change: Advice for kids — from kids
What a lettuce farm in Senegal reveals about climate-driven migration in Africa
How Senegal's artists are changing the system with a mic and spray paint
FDA gives safety nod to 'no kill' meat, bringing it closer to sale in the U.S.
Al Gore says a new online platform curbs cheating from world's largest polluters