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Local historic committees in Cape Cod are blocking some residents from installing solar panels, citing visual impact on the neighborhood.
Humans have long stocked alpine lakes with fish for anglers, but research shows some rapidly evolving trout are altering aquatic ecosystems.
Thanks to a persistent drought, the creeping crisis threatens infrastructure and human health. Reporter Halle Parker answers your questions.
A collaboration between the mining company and the Forest Service aim to restore local Alaskan ecosystems.
Climate change is affecting the ranges of the park’s 300 bird species.
Common antibiotics like penicillin, needed for kids with sickle cell, are becoming scarce, even as the FDA says there isn’t a shortage.
Some residents want to leave a pond to beavers; others want it drained for snowmobile trails.
NOAA found that when ships decreased their speed during migration times, whale fatalities were cut in half.
A highly poisonous, hard-to-eradicate species of mushroom has found its way from Europe to California and Idaho.
Researchers are broadcasting recorded bird calls to try to bring secretive rails to prime habitat where they can feed and mate.
Seagrass is the bedrock of the marine food chain. That makes it an important habitat to protect.