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Why the Pope is so frustrated about the state of climate action

Why the Pope is so frustrated about the state of climate action

Pope Francis is among the most significant religious leaders in the world. But even he can’t bend the emissions curve on his own.
Why the Pope is so frustrated about the state of climate action

Why the Pope is so frustrated about the state of climate action

Pope Francis is among the most significant religious leaders in the world. But even he can’t bend the emissions curve on his own.
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Opinion: We thought we were saving the planet but we were planting a time bomb

I spent a summer putting trees into the ground. Thirty years later, I watched my youthful idealism literally go up in smoke.
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“Earth’s beating heart”: 12 coastal-themed books to help kids grow in their understanding and empathy
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“Earth’s beating heart”: 12 coastal-themed books to help kids grow in their understanding and empathy

From the Arctic to the Antarctic and from the smallest bioluminescent organism to the biggest whales, this season’s selections take readers through the world’s oceans and introduce them to a range of incredible species.
Nepal fights deforestation, and wins
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Nepal fights deforestation, and wins

An effort decades in the making is showing results in Nepal, a rare success story in a world of cascading climate disasters and despair.
Saving the dragon's blood

Saving the dragon's blood

Despite a range of threats, from droughts and cyclones to goats and militarization, Socotra's iconic trees are staging a slow, patient comeback—with the help of the people who know them best.
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A thousand miles in the Amazon, to change the way the world works

A thousand miles in the Amazon, to change the way the world works

Lawyers and justice advocates found fresh evidence and testimony in Indigenous communities and sustainable villages, pressing a new theory of law aimed at recognizing the rights of nature.

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