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Economic relief is essential, but it shouldn't entrech fossil fuel dependence across the global economy.
In Sri Lanka’s rural hinterlands, the slow-onset impacts of our warming world are forcing families apart.
Understanding unique contribution of highly active individuals could support sustainable fisheries management.
A fundamentalist Christian organization has purchased a helicopter with plans to visit and convert isolated groups in remote Brazilian rainforest.
As coronoavirus pandemic shrinks demand for oil, experts say it's time to move towards alternatives.
WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission report calls for amplifying children’s voices in climate discussions and decision-making efforts.
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