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Erica Cirino

28 August 2017

Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

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After nearly back-to-back coral bleaching events made headlines internationally, there's been an increased awareness around the need to save what's left of the species. The newest strategy being implemented has to do ...

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Paul Tullis

24 August 2017

Australia

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Coral reefs on the brink of near extinction, but the more we know about the reefs themselves, the better chance they have to survive - or so says a group of coral reef specialists at Scripps Institution of Oceanograph...

Oceans Deeply

Bela Stantic

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Susanne Becken

18 August 2017

Queensland, Australia

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In an effort to collect data about the environmental health of high traffic destinations, researchers are examining the text and images of geotagged social media posts. Tweets about the Great Barrier Reef were analyze...

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Dougal Shaw

3 June 2017

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Movies, books, apartments: these are all things we commonly rent. One Danish couple is adding baby clothes to the list to reduce waste.

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Russell Beard

17 May 2017

Leh, Kashmir, India

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Nearly a billion people living in the arid regions of the Himalayas depend on glaciers for their water supply. But with climate change, glaciers have been retreating drastically every year, threatening the life source...

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Andrea Cooper

24 April 2017

Paris, Paris Region, France

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Women4Climate is a new alliance of women mayors from major cities who are determined to act against climate change with or without federal support. Instead, they mentor each other in innovative solutions, cross-promot...

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Alexis Marie Adams

21 November 2016

Patagonia, Arizona, United States

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Threatened wildlife co-exists with poverty stricken communities who inhabit the Arizona-Mexico border region. Borderlands Restoration's conservation scientists are hoping to alleviate poverty while repairing the local...

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John Schwartz

7 August 2015

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, in 2005, Louisiana and federal officials launched an audacious $50 billion master plan to rebuild the receding coast in an effort to mitigate the effects future storms. These are...

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Diane Cardwell

30 June 2015

Bar Harbor, Maine, United States

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As institutions look for ways to fight climate change, the College of the Atlantic has made the search for solutions a central part of its curriculum.

Bloomberg

Alan Jeffries

Amy Marino

16 March 2015

Livermore, California, United States

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The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has designed a new technology that captures carbon dioxide at power plants before it goes into the air. This new method, which is much more efficient and affordable than othe...

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Jesse Hardman

22 January 2015

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Geography and climate change challenge the viability of sea-level cities in Vietnam, but architects, researchers, and urban planners work together to find creative solutions. One architect in Ho Chi Minh City designed...

Yale Environment 360

Paul Bogard

19 August 2013

Paris, France

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More people are beginning to acknowledge the adverse effects of light pollution on wildlife and human health alike, as countries like France are enacting light ordinances to restrict the use of lights at night. Along ...

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