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  • UN world heritage body warns of threat to Great Barrier Reef

    The U.N.'s heritage body expressed concern Wednesday about the state of the Great Barrier Reef, urging Australia to do more to conserve one of the world's most spectacular natural sites.
  • Conservationists: New China policy could save elephants

    Conservationists hail it as a possible game-changer in the struggle to curb the slaughter of elephants: an unexpected pledge by a senior Chinese official to stop the ivory trade in a country whose vast, increasingly affluent consumer market drives...

    THE LATEST: Obama welcomes pope's call for climate action

    9:45 p.m. (1945 GMT, 3:45 p.m. EDT) President Barack Obama says he hopes world leaders will consider Pope Francis' plea for bold action to curb climate change, ahead of the United Nations climate talks in December in Paris. In the teaching document, the...

    Hansen: If sea lions were ugly would we be so concerned?

     Hansen: If sea lions were ugly would we be so concerned?
    It's no secret that sea lions are the chocolate Labradors of the sea. That's why people love them — their big, doleful eyes, their affinity for water, their uncanny ability to bark. So when the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach throws...

    Apple's green initiative offers a smidgen of hope

    Apple's green initiative offers a smidgen of hope
    It's easy to be cynical about big companies' claims that they cherish the environment. If that were so, why are industrial waste and emissions among the biggest reasons our planet is so screwed up? Every so often, though, there's reason for hope. Or...