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Are butterflies wildlife? Depends where you live in the U.S.

A legal quirk leaves officials in at least a dozen states with little or no authority to protect insects. That’s a growing problem for humans.
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How France became the unlikely home of the insect-farming industry

France is known for its love of meat. Could the growing insect industry help to reduce agricultural carbon emissions?

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Florida’s beekeepers reel from Hurricane Ian

The storm destroyed up to 300,000 beehives, the Florida State Beekeepers Association said. The loss could have far-reaching consequences for the country’s food supply.
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Can art help save the insect world?

A renowned photographer who hopes to persuade humans to love their insect brethren has teamed with scientists on a new exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History.
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Meet an ecologist who works for God (and against lawns)

A Long Island couple says fighting climate change and protecting biodiversity starts at home. Or rather, right outside their suburban house.
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Who are the children most at risk from climate change?
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Who are the children most at risk from climate change?

Climate change affects everyone, but today's children are the ones who will be left to deal with the most disastrous consequences in the future.

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