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Bypassing the laws could put many of the animal species along the border, including jaguars and wolves, at risk, experts warn.
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The shotgun-wielding intruders left beer cans, a pair of boxer shorts, and a pool of vomit — and the US National Parks Service has issued an award for anyone who helps find the perpetrators.
Boeing calls the deal ambitious — but environmentalists say the new rules amount to greenwashing because they don't force airlines to do more than they are already doing.
A new poll reveals deep support in seven western states for national park designations and federal, rather than state, control over land set aside for public use.
One conservation group wants men included in family planning decisions, which could have a positive impact on the environment — not everyone is convinced, though.
Environmental groups say 450 billion tons of carbon dioxide pollution could be avoided if the government stopped leasing federal lands to fossil fuel companies.
The announcement comes as Refugio State Beach is set to reopen two months after a pipeline rupture spilled over one hundred thousand gallons of oil.
Two new US government reports paint a very bad picture for polar bears, which are under threat due to diminished sea ice extent in the Arctic, a region that is warming at twice the rate as the rest of the world.
American carriers account for 29 percent of global aviation emissions and carbon dioxide pollution from airplanes is set to triple worldwide by 2050.
A recent World Wildlife Fund census found as many as 540 Siberian tigers living in Russia’s eastern forests, which is up from no more than 40 in the mid-twentieth century.