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Read more about After UN climate report, individuals seek to do their part
Read more about After UN climate report, individuals seek to do their part

After UN climate report, individuals seek to do their part

Aug 18, 2021
Read more about After UN climate report, individuals seek to do their part
Read more about After UN climate report, individuals seek to do their part
Young urban shepherd Lukas Janssens guides his flock among the graves in Schoonselhof, one of Belgium’s iconic cemeteries, knowing sheep are kinder to nature than lawnmowers. Limiting emissions of carbon dioxide, a key contributor to climate change, and promoting biodiversity are two key goals of De Antwerpse Stadsherder — The Antwerp City Shepherd, Janssens' company of one human and 270 sheep.
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado

New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado

Sep 08, 2021
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado
The morning after one of the most intense tornadoes recorded in New Jersey history all but demolished the largest dairy farm in the state, owners Marianne and Wally Eachus looked at each other and just cried. “What are we going to do?” they asked one another.
Read more about Wild horse roundups ramping up as drought grips the US West
Read more about Wild horse roundups ramping up as drought grips the US West

Wild horse roundups ramping up as drought grips the US West

Aug 30, 2021
Read more about Wild horse roundups ramping up as drought grips the US West
Read more about Wild horse roundups ramping up as drought grips the US West
The sound of the helicopter propeller thundered across the horizon as it dipped down toward mustangs dotting the golden brown plain. The horses burst into a gallop at the machine's approach, their high-pitched whinnies rising into the dry air. That helicopter roundup in the mountains of western Utah removed hundreds of free-roaming wild horses, shortly before the Biden administration announced it would sharply increase the number of mustangs removed across the region.
Read more about Emaciated bear cub may have lost mom to California wildfire
Read more about Emaciated bear cub may have lost mom to California wildfire

Emaciated bear cub may have lost mom to California wildfire

Aug 17, 2021
Read more about Emaciated bear cub may have lost mom to California wildfire
Read more about Emaciated bear cub may have lost mom to California wildfire
Firefighters are keeping an eye on a lone, emaciated bear cub that may have lost its mother to the country's largest wildfire now burning in Northern California. The pointy-eared cub is seen rambling solo along a mountain road burned by the Dixie Fire near Taylorsville, peering through brush and leaping through plants covered in fire retardant chemicals.
Read more about Recreation at risk as Lake Powell dips to historic low
Read more about Recreation at risk as Lake Powell dips to historic low

Recreation at risk as Lake Powell dips to historic low

Aug 10, 2021
Read more about Recreation at risk as Lake Powell dips to historic low
Read more about Recreation at risk as Lake Powell dips to historic low
A thick, white band of newly exposed rock face stretches high above boaters’ heads at Lake Powell, creating a sharp contrast against the famous red desert terrain as their vessels weave through tight canyons that were once underwater. It's a stark reminder of how far the water level has fallen at the massive reservoir on the Utah-Arizona border. Just last year, it was more than 50 feet higher. Now, the level at the popular destination for houseboat vacations is at a historic low amid a climate change-fueled megadrought engulfing the U.S. West.
Read more about Drought hits South America river, threatening vast ecosystem
Read more about Drought hits South America river, threatening vast ecosystem

Drought hits South America river, threatening vast ecosystem

Aug 11, 2021
Read more about Drought hits South America river, threatening vast ecosystem
Read more about Drought hits South America river, threatening vast ecosystem
The Paraná River, one of the main commercial waterways in South America, has reached its lowest level in nearly 80 years due to a prolonged drought in Brazil that scientists attribute to climate change. At peril is a vast ecosystem that includes potable water for 40 million people, the livelihood of fishing communities and farmers, and the navigability of a major grain export hub.
Read more about Indians plant millions of saplings amid mass campaign
Read more about Indians plant millions of saplings amid mass campaign

Indians plant millions of saplings amid mass campaign

Jul 09, 2021
Read more about Indians plant millions of saplings amid mass campaign
Read more about Indians plant millions of saplings amid mass campaign
More than a million people on Sunday began planting 250 million saplings in India’s most populous state, part of an annual mass tree planting campaign to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the effects of global climate change. Lawmakers, government officials and volunteers from social organizations swarmed riverbanks, farms, forests, schools and government buildings, planting saplings at designated spots. The effort spans 68,000 villages and 83,000 forest sites in northern Uttar Pradesh state.
Read more about Oregon wildfire forms 'fire clouds' that pose danger below
Read more about Oregon wildfire forms 'fire clouds' that pose danger below

Oregon wildfire forms 'fire clouds' that pose danger below

Jul 17, 2021
Read more about Oregon wildfire forms 'fire clouds' that pose danger below
Read more about Oregon wildfire forms 'fire clouds' that pose danger below
Smoke and heat from a massive wildfire in southeastern Oregon are creating giant “fire clouds” over the blaze — dangerous columns of smoke and ash that can reach up to 6 miles (10 kilometers) in the sky and are visible from more than 100 miles away. Authorities have put these clouds at the top of the list of the extreme fire behavior they are seeing on the Bootleg Fire, the largest wildfire burning in the U.S.
Read more about Wildlife, air quality at risk as Great Salt Lake nears low
Read more about Wildlife, air quality at risk as Great Salt Lake nears low

Wildlife, air quality at risk as Great Salt Lake nears low

Jul 07, 2021
Read more about Wildlife, air quality at risk as Great Salt Lake nears low
Read more about Wildlife, air quality at risk as Great Salt Lake nears low
The silvery blue waters of the Great Salt Lake sprawl across the Utah desert, having covered an area nearly the size of Delaware for much of history. For years, though, the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River has been shrinking. And a drought gripping the American West could make this year the worst yet. The receding water is already affecting the nesting spot of pelicans that are among the millions of birds dependent on the lake. Sailboats have been hoisted out of the water to keep them from getting stuck in the mud. More dry lakebed getting exposed could send arsenic-laced dust into the air that millions breathe.