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The real reason global fish stocks are declining — and what you can do about it

Although the oceans are already changing, advocates say it’s not too late to do some serious damage control. This includes the decline of global fishing stocks.
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Genetically modified mosquitoes may protect the world from disease

Modified mosquitoes could breed themselves out of existence, eliminating dengue, Zika and yellow fever.
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Climate change is making mountain gorillas thirstier

Consistently hotter temperatures could affect the feeding of great apes.
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The planet-wide problem that is solar geoengineering

Climate change doubters and environmental justice advocates don’t agree on much, but some have found common ground in opposition to solar geoengineering research.

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Climate change might be shrinking Amazonian birds

After spending weeks at a time deep in the Amazon rainforest, ecologist Vitek Jirinec and his colleagues began to suspect that something was wrong with local bird populations.

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How does climate change affect human health?

Climate change isn't just a threat to our planet's wellbeing, but our own, too.
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Toilet-trained cows could be a new pollution solution

The “MooLoo” may lead to a 56 percent reduction in ammonia emissions, according to researchers.
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