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Film Review: ‘Honeyland’: An Eco-Doc Disguised as a Portrait of a Macedonian Beekeeper
1h 27min | Documentary | 26 July 2019 (USA) Macedonia/Turkish with English Subtitles The opening drone-shot of “Honeyland” is of an old woman walking in a remote wilderness hinterland. As ...
July 15, 2019
‘Cautionary Tale:’ High DDT Levels in New Brunswick Lakes Decades After Ban
Several remote New Brunswick lakes still have high levels of a pesticide banned 46 years ago—findings with significant ...
June 12, 2019
The Canadian Press
Florida’s Manatees Aren’t Endangered Anymore (Video)
Since first being listed as endangered, the manatee population has rebounded to over 6,600 individuals.
March 31, 2017
EcoFest Reminds Busy New Yorkers of Bigger Picture
For your typical, highly aware New Yorker, green living is about par of the course. They recycle, look ...
August 16, 2015
If Everyone Lived in an ‘Ecovillage’, the Earth Would Still Be in Trouble
We are used to hearing that if everyone lived in the same way as North Americans or Australians, ...
June 29, 2015
Visionary Landscape and Urban Designer Diana Balmori on Working With Nature
Visionary landscape and urban designer Diana Balmori talks about creating cities that work with nature and about what ...
June 19, 2015
Indonesia at Risk From Huge Fires Because of El Niño
In order to predict, and hopefully prevent, such fires in the future, we've looked at how far in ...
June 16, 2015
The Last Polar Bears
We first went to Churchill, Canada, to see its famous polar bears, whose life was being threatened by ...
April 22, 2015
The Colossus of Existence: Why the Elephant Is Invaluable
A world without elephants, even a world with severely reduced populations only incites more violence and convulsions across ...
April 11, 2015
Does Global Warming Mean More or Less Snow?
As first glance, asking whether global warming results in more snow may seem like a silly question because ...
February 21, 2015
Explainer: Wilderness, and Why It Matters
At the centre of the debate is how we define wilderness – and what people can use it ...
February 2, 2015
Scientists Are Deep Sea Drilling to Learn More About Earthquakes and Tsunamis
Ten years on from the devastating Boxing Day earthquake and tsunami, our understanding of very large earthquakes has ...
January 4, 2015
How Swinging Temperatures Threaten Many Creatures
Animals that regulate their body temperature through the external environment may have the resilience to survive some climate ...
December 22, 2014
Use Less Stuff: An Interview With Sustainability Expert Bob Lilienfeld
Bob Lilienfeld is editor of “The ULS Report,” a newsletter aimed at spreading the benefits of source reduction ...
November 20, 2014
California Governor Pushes for More Clean-Air Vehicles
LOS ANGELES—California Governor Jerry Brown signed three bills into law on Sunday, which aim to support the growth ...
September 22, 2014
Greenhouse Gas Is de Blasio’s Latest Equity Issue
About three quarters of New York City's greenhouse gas emissions come from buildings, of which the city has ...
September 21, 2014
Al Gore Wants to Mobilize Faith Leaders for Climate Change
“Love thy neighbor as thyself.” Former U.S. vice president Al Gore invoked the Biblical passage on Thursday during ...
September 18, 2014
Students Lead Push for Disposable Bag Fee
NEW YORK—Dozens of elementary, middle, and high school students lobbied City Council members Tuesday to support charging a ...
September 16, 2014
California Residents Seek Drought-Friendly Lawns
CAMARILLO, Calif.—More southern Californians are ripping up the grass in their lawns to plant drought-resistant plants, or to ...
September 14, 2014
Great Barrier Reef May Face a Deadly Summer
Study: This summer may bring an increase in coral death to the Great Barrier Reef, as the reef ...
July 31, 2014
University of Queensland
The Seasons are Changing but the Long-term Effects on Wildlife Are Still Unclear
The National Trust has reported that the seasonal activities of plants and animals in the UK have been ...
July 11, 2014
Forest Conservation and the Double-Edged Sword of Democracy
Dr. Douglas Sheil on forest conservation: "Combine democracy with modern communication technology and improved information access, and it ...
July 6, 2014
‘Noah’: We Caused the Flood
While the biblical story of Noah is vague on God’s reasoning for wiping out humanity, Darren Aronofsky’s film ...
May 8, 2014
A Look at Little-Known Giant Armadillos
Until just recently the science world knew little of the giant armadillo, the largest of the armadillo species ...
July 1, 2013
Baby Sharks Freeze to Prevent Predator Detection (Video)
Even while growing inside their egg cases, some embryonic sharks keep very still when predators are nearby to ...
January 10, 2013
Pink-Flowered Plants Thriving in Gloomy Chinese Caves
In the limestone caves of China's Guanxi Province, scientists have discovered a new type of nettle called Pilea ...
January 7, 2013
Trump Responds to Sondland Testimony: ‘It’s All Over’
104 Arrested in Undercover Florida Trafficking Operation
Ukraine Deepens Probe Against Burisma Founder to Embezzlement of State Funds
Reagan’s Epochal Battle Against Communism Offers Lessons
Trump Latest Judicial Confirmation Flips 11th Circuit Court to GOP-Appointed Majority
Witnesses Confirm Reports by Journalist Frequently Cited in Impeachment Probe
Every Impeachment Witness Has Said Yes to Possible Hunter Biden Conflict of Interest: Stefanik