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By Zeke Miller, Seung Min Kim, Associated Press
A summit on how to protect the world’s largest forests underway in Gabon is set to be dominated by the issue of who pays for the protection and reforesting of lands that are home to some of the world’s most…
By Wanjohi Kabukuru, Associated Press
What do honeycombs, mushrooms and cornhusks have in common? They are all ingredients that a New England guitar maker uses to reduce her impact on the environment. Michelle San Miguel of Rhode Island PBS Weekly has the story for our…
By Michelle San Miguel
The Great Salt Lake in Utah is the largest body of water in the western hemisphere without an outlet to the sea. Its levels fluctuate naturally, but scientists say the record-low water levels the lake has seen in recent years…
By Stephanie Sy, Lena I. Jackson, Ryan Connelly Holmes
Environmental groups say the polluted leftovers of Florida's phosphate fertilizer mining industry are at risk for leaks or other contamination triggered by Hurricane Ian.
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
By Roby Chavez
There are thousands of orphaned wells in Louisiana that pose a threat to residents and the environment. New federal funding will help the state plug many abandoned wells, but some question if that's enough.
By Miles O'Brien
In a special 90-minute live event, the PBS NewsHour will explore the connections between climate change, warming oceans, migrating fish populations, the economic stressors facing fishermen and the fishing industry, bad actors on the high seas, and ever-growing seafood demand.
By Julia Rubin, Associated Press
For generations, the neat, green lawn has been a classic part of American yards. It still dominates the landscape. But drought, pollinator health and other environmental concerns have been chipping away at that, in different ways in different places.
By Christopher Booker, Sam Weber
The past few years have led to record wildfires across the U.S. Decades of suppressing fires has led to overgrown forests, and a warming climate has increased their intensity and frequency. Christopher Booker reports from California on community-led efforts to…
By Miles O'Brien, Will Toubman, Murrey Jacobson, Courtney Norris
President Biden and the European Union on Friday announced new plans to enable Europe to become less dependent on Russian oil and gas. But for now, the Russian invasion has opened up much larger questions over our dependence on fossil…
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