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Only ostriches do it better.

The assault on basic knowledge and its discovery is likely to leave our nation behind in the competitive international arena

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Global Movements of Mercury

Concentrations of mercury and pesticides in the animals that live in the polar regions are a living index of the widespread human pollution of nature.

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Wasted Fish

When large nets are used to capture desirable species, there is often “bycatch” of undesirable species that are often thrown back into the water.

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The Sea Ice Blues

The average U.S. citizen is responsible for 16 tons of CO2 added to the atmosphere each year and nearly 50 square meters of sea-ice loss.

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The Trumpian footprint

We will not make America great again if we can’t breathe the air, drink the water, or find mental refreshment and recreation in natural areas.

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Whither your water

It gives me pause to see proposals now before government agencies to relax the standards for discharge and stream protection

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Climate Change Economics

The impacts of climate change are likely to cause a 1.2% decline in GDP across the U.S. per one degree rise in temperature (C)

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