Carbon dioxide levels in the Arctic have reached 400 parts per million (ppm). Once upon a time, they were 275 ppm. 350 ppm is considered a decent level to aim for these days.

Peanut butter and deli meats have traces of flame retardant in them.

Fishing fleets don’t care what regulators say — they’ll fish where they want.

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Last year’s cold summer meant that there were a fifth fewer butterflies around.

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California’s going to require “solar ready roofs” on new buildings.

Meet the investment banker who’s running the Nature Conservancy.

Bedbugs will stay away from you if you go to bed drunk. It’s not fail-safe, and we’re not advocating this; just wanted to spread the word.

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