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Mark Schapiro: How do you cover a present nothing like the past?

Tips for covering the extremes driven by climate change, and the potential perils of biofuels.
After 60 years, 'Silent Spring' is still changing the world

After 60 years, 'Silent Spring' is still changing the world

A scientist, farmer, journalist, biologist, and community organizer reflect on the power and ongoing impact of Rachel Carson’s groundbreaking book, and the work that remains to be done.
Family says bodies found in search for journalist and colleague

Family says bodies found in search for journalist and colleague

The family of a missing journalist says they have been told by Brazilian authorities that two bodies have been found tied to a tree in the Amazon rainforest. The report came more than a week after the journalist and a Brazilian government official went missing.

When sand mining alters a river, flooding farmlands India
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When sand mining alters a river, flooding farmlands India

Illegal extraction of sand in the Spiti valley of Himachal Pradesh affects the course of the Spiti river and in turn, people's lives.Over-extraction of sand ...
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Top environment stories of 2021

While we were reporting on pollution, climate change and invasive and endangered species, many stories only raised more questions. We hope to answer some of them in the new year.

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A year of environment stories (holiday special)

In this special episode, we reflect on a year of environmental reporting that’s taken us from the northern stretches of oil-producing Russia to the frog-filled forests of Australia.

Where covering the environment means risking your life
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Where covering the environment means risking your life

Investigating the environment in developing countries can be a particularly dangerous game, far from the Western media spotlight.
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