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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Scientists may soon have a better grasp of how many of these elusive wild cats are out there.
Thanks to advances in turbine tech, the first commercial-scale wind farm in the Southeast is about to get whirring.
Don’t worry, there’s a robot for that.
Thanks to concerned citizens, the coal industry is making progress on how it handles its combustion wastes, but the toxic slurry is still a threat to groundwater.
After eating its way up the Pacific Coast, the notorious invader is starting to dig its claws into an important Washington fishery.
As the state’s dairy farms get bigger, cow poop is polluting Lake Michigan and people’s drinking water.
To protect a massive swath of crucial habitat in New England, locals will use their own shrubland to fill in the blanks.
A city must decide whether to retreat or stand and fight when rising seas come crashing in.
Within 15 years, the waters flowing through the midwestern metropolis could be clean enough for a dip.
Solar and wind power are booming in Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico. Here are some secrets to their success.
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