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Conservation

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Top Conservation Articles

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  • Little-known legal move may aid young refugees

    AUSTIN, Texas Maria Aracely says she was pushed out of her home by her mother as her small town in western Honduras deteriorated into a place where gang members killed with machetes and charged a tax to live. The 18-year-old fled with her infant daughter...
  • 'Midnight Rider' Producers Sue Insurer for Refusing to Pay Claim on $1.6 Million in Losses

    The producers of "Midnight Rider" have filed suit against its insurance company New York Marine, contending that it has refused to pay claims after the production halted and incurred at least $1.6 million in losses. Camera assistant Sarah Jones and six...
  • USAID, Rockefeller launch $100 million climate resilience fund

    BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A $100 million fund launched on Tuesday aims to make people in disaster-prone regions of Asia and Africa better able to cope with natural disasters and crises, so that they can get their lives and economies back on...
  • Worries make life worth living

    My neighbor Babble was getting on my nerves. He was entirely too cheerful. There he was, a sparkle in his eyes and a spring in his step, traipsing about and whistling, "When the red, red robin comes bob, bob, bobbin' along." For shame, Babble, I...
  • Kelly disappointed but supportive of investigation

    The Sports Xchange Kelly disappointed but supportive of investigation Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly spoke for the first time Saturday about the school's academic investigation of four players, saying he was disappointed. It was reported Friday that wide...
  • L.A. dramatically increases 'water cops' staffing as drought worsens

    L.A. dramatically increases 'water cops' staffing as drought worsens
    Los Angeles officials announced Monday they are beefing up their water-wasting patrols. But just don’t call them "water cops." Until now, the Department of Water and Power has assigned just one inspector to drive around handling complaints of...
  • Continental Resources announces two-for-one stock split

    (Reuters) - Continental Resources Inc, one of the largest oil producers in North Dakota's Bakken shale formation, announced a two-for-one stock split on Monday. The company, whose shares have risen 58 percent in the past year, plans to split its stock...
  • State Education Chief Leaving After Series Of Controversies

    State Education Chief Leaving After Series Of Controversies
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Monday that Stefan Pryor, his controversial state education commissioner, will leave by January and is "actively seeking new professional opportunities'' — a move that critics branded as an election-...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    ROBERT S. BOWEN JR. has been selected president of First Savings Insurance Inc. in Perkasie, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Savings Bank. Bowen has more than 29 years of experience in the insurance industry and brings a variety of leadership...
  • The Rev. Harry L. Hoffman III, Episcopal rector

    The Rev. Harry L. Hoffman III, Episcopal rector
    The Rev. Harry L. Hoffman III, a retired Episcopal rector who had been associated with churches in Maryland, Virginia and Wyoming, and was an ardent conservationist and outdoorsman, died Aug. 1 of complications from Parkinson's disease at the Fairhaven...
  • Climate change to cut South Asia's growth 9 percent by 2100: ADB

    KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Climate change will cut South Asia's growth almost 9 percent by the end of the century unless world governments try harder to counter global warming, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Tuesday. The region is home to a fifth of...