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Wild Deer Visits 81-Year-Old Woman Twice A Day For A Snack  -  2 hours ago
Experts typically say you shouldn't feed wild deer. But in this case, it's saved the stag from hunters.

Ex-Trump Adviser Myron Ebell’s Climate Denial Earns Open Laughs at Energy Investment Summit  -  2 hours ago
Myron Ebell, director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and a prominent skeptic of climate science, found himself on the receiving end of pronounced skepticism at a Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) Summit on Monday as he denounced a broad array of

Youth Suing Trump Bring Climate Fight To Washington  -  4 hours ago
“We are suing because none of us and none of you have time to wait,” plaintiff Kelsey Juliana said.

Patagonia may sue Trump over national monument review  -  4 hours ago
The company is ready to “take every step necessary.”

Plastic war: Coral Gables set to ban the bag  -  5 hours ago
Coral Gables is considering a ban on plastic bags that would prevent retailers and special-event vendors from distributing the products. They would become the first city in the state to approve a ban and would join a long list of communities that have had bans in place for years, to mixed results.

Our Editors Produced 32,508 Pounds of Carbon Emissions While Skiing This Winter  -  5 hours ago
We added up the miles we drove and flew to ski this year—and discovered just how terrible our obsession is for the planet.

Your Photos Are Getting in the Way of Your Adventure  -  5 hours ago
Want to make the strongest memories? Don’t touch the camera.

Trump, reversing Obama, will push to expand drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic  -  6 hours ago
President Donald Trump will take a major step Friday to expand oil and gas drilling off U.S. shores, directing the Interior Department to lift restrictions that President Barack Obama imposed in th…

CSU researchers will fly into smoke plumes to probe the impact of Western wildfires on air quality, weather  -  6 hours ago
CSU, with a $3.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation Atmospheric Chemistry program, and the University of Colorado are among five universities working to gather a more comprehensive …

Way more kids than we thought have lead poisoning.  -  6 hours ago
We could be missing a third of U.S. children exposed to lead.

Battle ramps up to control voracious invasive lizard in South Florida  -  8 hours ago
University of Florida researchers tracking the invasive tegu say improved trapping appears to be working where efforts are concentrated, but worry the lizards are increasing elsewhere and want the public to get in on the search.

Meet the Appalachian Trail's Most Generous Trail Angel  -  9 hours ago
Jim Tabor began stashing hand-carved spoons along the Appalachian Trail in southern Pennsylvania six years ago for through-hikers to find and take with them as souvenirs. His creations have come to symbolize the generosity of the tight-knit trail community, providing people keepsakes they’ll never…

Boulder Buddhist group protests end of county’s fracking moratorium  -  9 hours ago
Boulder EcoDharma Sangha, a Boulder-based environmentally-focused Buddhist group, announced Wednesday it will hold two demonstrations to protest the end of Boulder County’s moratorium on oil …

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