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Corporations Face Billions of Dollars in Rising Water Costs

Droughts and floods linked to climate change are severely affecting companies’ financial performance globally.

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Community-Based ‘Bright Spots’ Offer Hope Against Climate Change

Scientists show how we can improve poor people’s lives by reversing practices that destroy the environment and fuel climate change.

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Human Population Growth Continues to Threaten Biodiversity

Scientists find that impacts of population growth on the planet’s biodiversity aren’t generally as bad as has been feared—but are intensifying rapidly in species-rich areas.

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Disturbing Forests Damages Natural Diversity

Ensuring tropical forests are protected from human intrusion is vital if they are to preserve the many creatures that inhabit them, researchers say.

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Scientists Calculate Our Debt to Earth

Researchers in the U.S. have found a way to put a monetary value on the multitude of vital services and assets we rely on nature to provide us cost-free.

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European Warming Sends Wild Boar Numbers Soaring

Increasingly mild winters and an abundance of acorns and nuts have caused a population explosion among wild boar in Europe.

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Old Phones Offer Lifeline to Africa’s Forests

Recycled smartphones are being used in a high-tech approach to combating the illegal logging and poaching that are devastating trees and wildlife in endangered forests.

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Bad News for Threatened Species: We Don’t Need You

An international grouping of scientists has published a list of 100 species headed for imminent extinction. Blame human greed and the relentless destruction of habitat.

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Australia Has Had Enough of Kangaroos

The Australian military says it intends to kill some 3,000 kangaroos, citing a population boom that threatens several endangered species.

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