Sharing Resources Across Countries To Fight Wildfires

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Al Gore is back with "An Inconvenient Sequel." Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Al Gore: Climate Change Issue Will Be A 'Much Bigger Political Plus' For Democrats

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World Faces Global Sand Shortage

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After He Spoke Out On Climate Change, Scientist Says He Was Demoted

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Arctic sea ice is seen from a NASA research aircraft on March 30, 2017, above Greenland. A top Interior Department scientist who tracks Arctic conditions says he was demoted by the Trump administration for speaking out on climate change. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Climate Scientist Says He Was Demoted For Speaking Out On Climate Change

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Piles of plastic waste are pictured on the seaside in the coastal town of Khalde, south of the Lebanese capital Beirut, on September 22, 2016. Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Plastic Is Everywhere And Recycling Isn't The End Of It

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The Detwiler Fire burns in the hills above Mariposa on Tuesday. It has burned more than 45,000 acres and is just 7 percent contained, as of Wednesday morning local time. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. Gulf Coast at night. NASA hide caption

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Want To Slow Global Warming? Researchers Look To Family Planning

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A helicopter flies above the rugged terrain along the banks of the East Verde River during a search and rescue operation for victims of a flash flood on Sunday in Payson, Ariz. Search and rescue crews recovered bodies of five adults and four children. Ralph Freso/AP hide caption

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Natural Gas Building Boom Fuels Climate Worries, Enrages Landowners

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Fernando Rojas has spent his life living by a large lake in central Chile. About seven years ago it began to shrink, and now most of the water is gone. He holds a photo taken when the lake was full. Philip Reeves/NPR hide caption

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In Chile, Many Regard Climate Change As The Greatest External Threat

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With an American honeybee queen for a mother and a European honeybee drone for a father, this worker bee has a level of genetic diversity unseen in the U.S. for decades. Researchers at Washington State University hope a deeper gene pool will give a new generation of honeybees much-needed genetic traits, like resistance to varroa mites. The parasite kills a third of American honeybees each year. Megan Asche/Courtesy of Washington State University hide caption

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The massive crack first opened up in the Larsen C ice shelf back in 2014; by the end of last week, a roughly 3-mile sliver of ice was all that connected the iceberg to the shelf. John Sonntag/NASA hide caption

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Massive Iceberg Breaks Free In Antarctica

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Denmark Wants To Lead The World In Green Growth

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Teachers gathered at Choctaw High School for a workshop by the Oklahoma Energy Resource Board, where they were taught pro-energy science lessons to bring back to their students. Joe Wertz/StateImpact Oklahoma hide caption

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Reading, Writing And Fracking? What The Oil Industry Teaches Oklahoma Students

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With Caviar, Clay, and Turkey Feathers, Saving Lake Sturgeon From Extinction

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Trump's Budget Plan Proposes Cuts To Great Lakes Restoration Projects

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