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October 1, 2014

Why Taking Immediate Action on Climate Change Is in China's Self-Interest

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China will be the main victim of climate change, caused partly by its own CO2 emissions, should no action be taken. It is therefore in China's self-interest to take action to reduce CO2 in the very near term.

Ozone Pollution Us
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Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions Could Save 3,500 Lives Per Year

Rhinoceros
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Group: Wildlife Populations Down Drastically

Power Plant Us
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U.S. Emissions Increased In 2013, According To EPA

Silica Sand Wisconsin
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The Fracking Boom's Hidden Threat

Pot Salmon
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Marijuana Farming A Threat To Salmon, Biologists Say

Wheat Iraq
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How ISIS Uses Wheat Supplies To Tighten Its Control In Iraq

Hanford Nuclear Storage Tank
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Leaking Nuclear Waste Tank Won't Be Emptied For At Least A Year

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10 Beautiful Photos Remind Us Why We Need Nature

Oil Tank Car
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Oil, Rail Industries Want 7 Years To Fix Tank Cars

California Drought
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Climate Change Is Driving Heatwaves Around The World: Report

California Dry
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California Drought Worsened By Climate Change, Scientists Say

Pahoa Lava Flow
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'It Just Feels Like We're In Lava Limbo'

Ahmed Gabr
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Man Breaks World Record For Deepest Scuba Dive

Aladdin
Valerie Bruder Photography

Discrimination Is Never OK, Especially For A Superhero Therapy Dog

Falcon
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Blind Falcon Gets Cataract Surgery To Restore Sight

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Roller Coaster Decapitates Deer As Passengers Watch In Horror

Tom Steyer
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Big Greens Spending Big Green In 2014 Midterms

Tucker Global Warming
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Tucker Carlson: Only Rich People Care About Global Warming

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This Pit Bull Was Horribly Beaten, But Nothing Will Smash His Spirit

Mt Ontake Rescue
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Recovery Of Bodies Suspended At Japanese Volcano

Mangrove
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UN: World's Mangrove Forests At Risk

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Gigantic 'Supercave' Sets World Record

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In Alaska, A Battle To Keep Trees, Or An Industry, Standing

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Scientists Find Big Downside To Big Cowbells

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Gap Brand Drops Fur After Customers Threaten Boycott

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You Can Grow A Vegetable Garden That's Fertilized By Your Fish's Poop

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Cops Rescue 'Bambi' During Thunderstorm

Pa Gas Drilling
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Gas Drillers Draw Less Water, But Concerns Linger

Insect Food
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This Is Why You Should Be Eating Insects

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Geocaching Takes Weekend Adventurers To Amazing New Places

Syria Oil
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How ISIS Is Using Oil To Fund Its Terror

Power Plant
AP

U.S. Emissions Tick Higher; Obama Tells U.N.: ‘We Have To Do More’

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'Drunk' Moose Terrorizing Sweden Probably Not Even Drunk: Scientist

After Lawsuit, Surfers Win California Beach Back From Tech Billionaire

Great Gray Owl
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In The California Drought, These Animals Are The Silent Sufferers

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You Can Visit The National Parks For Free This Weekend

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A View To A Kill: Leopard Leaps From Tree To Attack Impala

California Pesticide
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Common Pesticide May Face Tough Restrictions In California

Gina Mccarthy
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EPA Head Confident That States Will Follow New Carbon Emissions Rules

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U.S. Forest Service Says Media Won't Need Permits On Federal Land