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    Red fox

    It's not all bad news

    Turtles And Tigers And Teddy Bears, Oh My!

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    Food Waste

    Waste not, want not—and don't destroy the planet

    On this Earth Day, the Environmental Protection Agency is training its attention heavily to wasted food, in part to promote its initiative which aims to cut food waste…

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    Environmental Challenges

    Sometimes the news is bad

    Better get cracking.

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    Antarctica

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    A new announcement from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released Wednesday reveals a new benchmark that should kick us in the seat of our pants.

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    But it won't save the ice caps

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    We've got 99 problems and CO2 is number one

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    cow

    It's just basic math.

    This month, people are celebrating #NoRedOctober by avoiding meats like beef. While this is a good idea in theory, there's a better option: Meatless Mondays.

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    Roasted cauliflower steaks and chick peas with pomegranate seeds, spice butter, and a tahini drizzle.

    Don't have a cow, man.

    For the month of October, we’re encouraging everyone to put aside their burgers, lamb chops, and steaks for 31 days in an effort to curb those animal farts from reaching…

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    Ford F-150 Pickup truck

    Buckle up for a bumpy legal battle about your next car's emissions.

    The 2025 EPA emissions standards may face repeal, but there's a long legal fight before that can happen.

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    atmosphere earth ozone

    Despite mostly positive changes, a scientific assessment of the Montreal Protocol shows how we still need to do better.

    A three decades old international treaty to phase out chemicals that deplete the ozone layer protecting our planet from harmful solar radiation is paying off. Thanks to…