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Poachers killed more tigers in the forests of India in 2016 than any year in the last 15.
A recent outbreak of a deadly fish parasite on the Yellowstone River may have seemed unremarkable.
D.C. appeals court rules that bloggers who compared professor to Jerry Sandusky may be sued for defamation.
Let's face it, the climate community just got "Romneyed."
Rising temperatures and changing precipitation are taking a toll on coffee farms worldwide, including the plantations around Mount Kilimanjaro.
A flood of migrants from the Middle East and Africa has prompted governments in the Balkans to erect hundreds of miles of border fences.
Beijing's lawmakers are considering listing smog as a meteorological disaster in the drafting of an amendment, but the move has been questioned as smog is not seen as naturally occurring.
"Climate is changing. Food and agriculture must too."
From Morocco to Libya, the desert oases of the Sahara's Maghreb region are disappearing as temperatures rise and rainfall decreases.