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Two Men and a Lobster Boat

Using the necessity defense, activists put climate change on trial.
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Evan Seitz

Ken Ward and Jay O'hara stand in from of the Fall River Courthouse on the day of their trial.

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The Green Big Year

Dorian Anderson is on a one-year mission to see as many birds as he can — by bike.
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Chernobyl’s Radiation Seems to Be Robbing Birds of Their Sperm

New study could shed light on how nuclear disasters affect birds.
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Summer Reading: Great Books for Birders and Nature Lovers

This year’s book list includes climate-change thrillers, sweet love stories, captivating adventure tales, and more.
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Photograph by Jim Lo Scalzo/Corbis

The dome of the US Capitol is seen behind the emissions, and a smokestack, from the Capitol Power Plant, the only coal-burning power plant in the nation's capitol, in Washington, DC, USA, 10 March 2014.

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Texas Oil Spill Makes Landfall in Environmentally Sensitive Area

The slick moved out of Galveston Bay, into the Gulf, and south down the Texas coast to Matagorda Island.
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Photograph by David Maisel/Institute
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Farm Bill Will Yield Benefits to Birds and Other Wildlife

Conservationists say the long-stalled legislation contains a number of victories.
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Photograph by Michael Forsberg

Prairie pothole region - Missouri coteau. A county road divides plowed grassland for agricultural production around pothole wetlands.

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Shell Scraps Plans to Drill in Arctic Waters in 2014

Legal obstacles and financial troubles compel the oil company to abandon exploration this summer, and possibly for good.
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Big Win for Arctic Wildlife

U.S. court rejects offshore oil leases in Arctic waters.
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Photograph by Jack Preston/PEDF
Photograph by Shannon Stapleton/Corbis
Photograph by Gaylon Wampler/Corbis
Image courtesy of Lophelia II expedition, NOAA/OER/BOEM
Photograph by Tristan Spinski/Grain
Photograph by Kim Taylor/Getty Images
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Shell Shows It Can’t Ensure Safe Offshore Oil Operations in the Arctic

When it came time to prove it could safely handle an offshore spill in Alaska, the oil company flunked its own test.
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Illustration by Al Granberg/ProPublica
Photograph by Richard Hamilton Smith/Corbis
Photograph by Christopher Griffith

Panda Poop Could Be Used to Make Biofuel

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Obama Rolls Out Ambitious Climate Action Plan

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Hints at Release of Obama

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The Hidden Cost of Using Wood as Biofuel

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