Renowned biologist George Schaller has been traveling to the Tibetan Plateau for nearly three decades, studying its unique wildlife.
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With activists killed in Brazil, Cambodia, the Philippines, and elsewhere, 2012 may have been the worst year yet for violence against those working to protect the environment.
In a paper released this week, the world’s leading polar bear scientists say the time has come to consider drastic measures to save these iconic animals ....
A new study indicates soot, known as black carbon, plays a far greater role in global warming than previously believed and is second only to CO2 in the amount of heat it traps in the atmosphere.
Governments could re-energize global economic growth by prioritizing low-carbon business models and infrastructure, investors say.
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As part of the sorely-needed aid package to help victims of Hurricane Sandy, Congress is also considering spending billions on ill-advised and environmentally damaging beach and coastal rebuilding projects that ignore the looming threats of rising seas and intensifying storms.
Sustainability leaders discuss the highlights of 2012 and what they expect for 2013.
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