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News spotlight: Warming waters spawn salmon famine

By Matthew Ribel

August 22, 2022
In case you missed it: Millions of salmon commute up Alaska’s Yukon River every fall in search of safe places to spawn. But as waters begin to warm, their populations have slumped to all-time lows.
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News spotlight: Earth’s most unique birds are also most likely to go extinct

By Will McCarry

August 15, 2022
In case you missed it: A new study found that birds with distinctive shapes and sizes are the most likely to be lost.
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News spotlight: To boost biodiversity and climate resilience, bring back the mammals

By Vanessa Bauza

August 10, 2022
In case you missed it: Large mammals are critical to keeping ecosystems in balance.
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Meet 3 Indigenous women fighting for the future of the Amazon

By Kiley Price

August 9, 2022
Meet three of Conservation International's Amazonia Indigenous Women's fellows working to protect the world's largest rainforest.
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Nature meets culture: A climate ‘wake-up call,’ pollution turned paint and more

By Kiley Price

August 5, 2022
Here's some recent arts and culture news to help bring nature to life for you, wherever you are.
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