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2014 Scripps Spelling Bee Crowns Co-Champions »

his has been an exciting year for the 89-year-old Scripps National Spelling Bee. First there were the Missouri kids that exhausted the spelling list and had to have a rematch and now, two finalists…

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Helping Parents Get Kids Outside »

We all have those memories from childhood: jumping into a cool lake on a hot summer day, intently watching ants on the march or spending hours just laying back and…

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Sea World’s New Friends »

  By TFK Kid Reporter Alaa Osman Sea World Orlando has a new attraction. It’s called Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin. I got to visit the Florida theme park on opening weekend…

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EU rules out tax on plastic products to reduce waste »

The EU has ruled out penalties on single-use plastic products, in favour of raising public awareness of the damage consumer plastics are doing to the world’s oceans.…

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Climate change in the Caribbean – learning lessons from Irma and Maria »

As a Caribbean climate scientist, I am often asked to speak about how climate change affects small islands. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, one of…

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In China, the water you drink is as dangerous as the air you breathe »

Shanghai, with its chic cafes, glitzy shopping malls and organic health food shops, is emblematic of improving quality of life for China’s urban middle class. Yet while the city’s veil of smog has lifted slightly in recent years, its water pollution crisis continues unabated – 85% of the water in…

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Biodiversity

Could U.S. Endangered Species Rules Go Extinct?

Once nearly extinct, gray wolves have rebounded in recent years under the…

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Climate change

Climate change in the Caribbean – learning lessons from Irma and Maria

As a Caribbean climate scientist, I am often asked to…

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Assumed safety of pesticide use is false, says top government scientist

Damning assessment by one of the UK’s chief scientific advisers…

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Access to nature reduces depression and obesity, finds European study

Trees and green spaces are unrecognized healers offering benefits from…

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Renewable energy

Time to shine: Solar power is fastest-growing source of new energy

Solar power was the fastest-growing source of new energy worldwide last…

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Forest & Land

Third of Earth’s soil is acutely degraded due to agriculture

Fertile soil is being lost at rate of 24bn tonnes…

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Water & Wetland

Reining in the Rain

Where many see rain as a nuisance, Japan’s Makoto Murase…

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Environmental livelihood

Care for herbal drink from jute?

Bangladeshi scientists claim to have recreated a long-lost recipe of…

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Organic agriculture

Assumed safety of pesticide use is false, says top government scientist

Damning assessment by one of the UK’s chief scientific advisers…

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Natural health service: wildlife volunteers get mental health boost

Volunteers on wildlife projects benefit from a big boost to…

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Eco-tourism

Ecotourism – Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Bangladesh is a country filled with natural wonders and untouched…

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City stung by chikungunya: Several hundred cases recorded since mid-April

As many as 566 people in the capital city Dhaka…

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How Rainwater Could Save Rupees

Rainwater could save people in India a bucket of money,…

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At least 40 per cent of the world’s economy and…

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