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'They're like the mafia': the super gangs behind Africa's...
Pressure is mounting against multi-faceted smugglers but the legal case, though strong, is enormously complex Late on 6 June 2014 Kenyan police, acting on a ...
Late summer flowers make crucial refuelling stops for the...
New Forest, Hampshire Marsh flowers provide nectar for a long list of species, from marmalade hoverflies to silver-washed fritillaries The New Forest rides, ...
Earthquake of 6.4 magnitude strikes west of Tonga: USGS
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - An earthquake of 6.4 magnitude struck 500 km (310 miles) west of the Pacific island of Tonga on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey (U...
Orphaned birds of prey get a helping hand from young volu...
The Alberta Birds of Prey Centre has taken in around 70 orphaned or rescued juvenile birds this summer alone.
Sierra Leone buries 461 mudslide victims, more still missing
FREETOWN (Reuters) - Sierra Leone has buried 461 victims of a mudslide that swept away homes on the edge of the capital this week, an official at the central...
New downtown beach surprises and excites Edmontonians
In the shadow of Edmonton's downtown, just downstream from the Low Level Bridge along the North Saskatchewan River, a beach has emerged.
Rock hunting draws thousands of Manitobans to the outdoors
Rock hunting seems to be the latest summer phenomenon that's made its way to Manitoba.
Numbers shrinking for Tasmania's weird but much-loved gia...
Federal government calls for more areas to be placed in reserve to protect the huge crayfish, the world’s largest invertebrate The federal government has cal...
Two cases of West Nile virus confirmed in Peterborough area
The first human case of West Nile Virus has been confirmed in an area served by two health units in Peterborough and the Kawarthas.
Two human cases of West Nile virus confirmed in Peterboro...
Two human cases of West Nile Virus have bbeen confirmed in areas served by health units in Peterborough and the Kawarthas.
Congo landslide death toll likely to rise over 200: Ituri...
DAKAR (Reuters) - A landslide in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo likely killed more than 200 people, based on estimates from the number of households su...
Cluster of out-of-control wildfires burning in northern A...
Five wildfires were burning out of control in Alberta on Friday, all  southwest of Fox Creek, which is located 259 kilometres north of Edmonton.
British Columbia extends wildfire state of emergency for ...
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - The Canadian province of British Columbia has extended a state of emergency for a third time until Sept. 1 because of wildfires ...
Ocean channel in Bahamas marks genetic divide in Brazilia...
Brazilian free-tailed bats are expert flyers, capable of migrating hundreds of miles and regularly traveling more than 30 miles a night. But they pull up sho...
Destruction of small wetlands directly linked to algal bl...
Canada’s current wetland protection efforts have overlooked how the environment naturally protects fresh-water resources from agricultural fertilizer c...
New Brunswick provides update on Parlee, Murray beaches p...
A number of projects announced earlier this year to address water quality issues at Parlee and Murray beaches are underway or have been completed, the provin...
NAFTA negotiations: Canada told to explain its oilsands t...
The request comes in a decision by the Commission for Environmental Co-operation.
Canada told to explain its oilsands tailings leaks by env...
The request comes in a decision by the Commission for Environmental Co-operation.
Genome analysis with near-complete privacy possible
It is now possible to scour complete human genomes for the presence of disease-associated genes without revealing any genetic information not directly associ...
NASA Gets a Final Look at Hurricane Gert's Rainfall
Before Hurricane Gert became a post-tropical cyclone, NASA got a look at the rainfall occurring within the storm. After Gert became post-tropical NOAA’...
Climate Change and Habitat Conversion Combine to Homogeni...
Climate change and habitat conversion to agriculture are working together to homogenize nature, indicates a study in the journal Global Change Biology&n...
Study Reveals Evolutionary History of Imperiled Salmon St...
New technologies for analyzing DNA may transform how imperiled species are considered and managed for conservation protection, according to a study published...
Tanzanian police believe wildlife activist may have been ...
A police insider has told the Guardian that the killers of Wayne Lotter may have been following him Police believe Wayne Lotter’s killer may have followed an...
Silver linings: the climate scientist who records cloud b...
Clouds cool the planet by reflecting solar energy back to space and also trap heat and radiate it back to Earth. In a Yale Environment 360 interview, physici...
TANZANIA: Anti-poaching activist killed
An anti-poaching activist in Tanzania was fatally shot, colleagues said this week.
CHINA: Wanted: Interpreters for environmental inspections
Chinese environmental officials are deploying multilingual interpreters to help with inspections in a country with thousands of regional languages.
DRINKING WATER: Contamination at military bases lingers f...
The U.S. military has nearly 150 Superfund sites on its roster of current and former bases, but the cleanup process has been slow, leaving unsafe drinking wa...
OREGON: Fish and Wildlife 'lost its way' on wolves — enviros
Leaders from 18 environmental groups wrote yesterday to Gov. Kate Brown (D) that Oregon's Department of Fish and Wildlife has "lost its way."
WISCONSIN: Lawmakers float bill to reverse sulfide mining...
Republican state legislators in Wisconsin yesterday proposed a bill to end the state's moratorium on sulfide mining.
ELECTRICITY: Power sector plans experiments during solar ...
Many power grid operators and electric utilities see the total solar eclipse as an exciting chance to experiment.
DOE: Hanford cleanup manager heads for the exit
The official overseeing the Department of Energy's largest nuclear cleanup will step down next month, according to an email obtained by E&E News.
GRAND CANYON: Interior mum in heated debate over mining ban
An uneasy silence lingers over the more than 1 million acres where uranium mining is banned on either side of Grand Canyon National Park.
WEATHER: Southeast bears brunt of tornado damage
While the country's heartland is traditionally known as Tornado Alley, a new twister epicenter may be emerging in the Southeast.
WORKFORCE: Young conservationists struggle to find paid work
Young conservationists are struggling with crippling student debt and low-paying jobs that require extensive field time and experience.
NATURAL DISASTERS: Wet, poor African villages face landsl...
Villages and cities across West and Central Africa may be vulnerable to the same destruction that killed over 400 people this week in Sierra Leone's capital.
WHITE HOUSE: Trump axes infrastructure council
President Trump's planned advisory panel on infrastructure "will not move forward," a White House spokeswoman said.
FEDERAL WORKFORCE: Cabinet response to Trump on Va. unres...
Career government employees say they are disturbed by the lack of strong statements denouncing white supremacy from the Trump administration's Cabinet members.
COAL: Wyo. delegation opposes Justice's subsidy proposal
Wyoming lawmakers are opposing a plan by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) to give a $4.5 billion annual subsidy to Appalachian coal producers.
Q&A: Being a climatologist isn't easy in the age of T...
Texas Tech University climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe gets hate mail and wrangles with Twitter trolls on a regular basis.
POLITICS: Senate Dems want probe of Trump hiring at EPA, CEQ
Two Senate Democrats are seeking a Government Accountability Office investigation into the Trump administration's hiring of political appointees at U.S. EPA ...
HOUSE: Pelosi gives speechwriter expanded 'Better Deal' role
Henry Connelly, a top speechwriter for Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), is taking on an expanded role as deputy communications director for the House's top Demo...
Q&A: Being a climate scientist isn't easy in the age ...
Texas Tech University climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe gets hate mail and wrangles with Twitter trolls on a regular basis.
FEDERAL AGENCIES: Trump officials celebrate funding while...
New historic preservation grants showcase how the Trump administration will take credit for both cost-cutting and generosity on the same program.
CLIMATE: Economists, legal experts challenge Trump on car...
A group of economists and lawyers is arguing that the current calculation of the societal cost of greenhouse gas emissions is the best estimate available, de...
INTERIOR: Decision time looms for 20 monuments
A week out from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's national monument recommendations, it's almost impossible to predict which sites the administration could tar...
Right kind of collaboration is key to solving environment...
The coming decade may determine whether humanity will set a course toward a more socially and ecologically sustainable society. A crucial part of this goal i...
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