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Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
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Escaped methane likely warms the climate as much as all natural gas burned in the U.S.
A humane way to keep birds from gathering where they’re not wanted.
In a Brazilian lagoon, dolphins that don't cooperate with people must range farther to find food.
Environmental scientists are so fed up with being ignored they are using satire.
Drilling directly into magma may help humanity harness a vast new source of clean energy.
How the heat of cities drives animal size may offer clues about how ecosystems will respond to global warming.
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