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Adaptations To The Max — Wildlife At The Extremes of Altitude, Cold, Heat and Depth

We have learned many things over the years about how animals adapt to their surroundings. These range from the long snout of an anteater, the double eyelid of a water …

National Association of Evangelicals Releases Document on Climate Change and Impacts on the Poor

The National Association of Evangelicals released a new document on climate change’s impacts on the poor.  Loving the Least of These:  Addressing a Changing Environment covers the science of climate …

The Climate of Conservation in America: 50 Stories in 50 States

This Earth Day, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is launching a new campaign to increase awareness of climate impacts on wildlife across America. The Climate of Conservation in America: …

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Salmon Study: What Does it Take to Survive a Warming River?

Sockeye salmon are one of many species of wildlife who will need to adapt to warming water temperatures caused by climate change… or die. A new study published this week …

Avoiding “Waterworld 2” – Miami-Dade preparing for climate change

Adaptation Report Needs More Blunt Language on Climate Science

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Scientists Say Billions of Birds are Changing Migration Habits

The world’s birds are already finding their own ways to adapt to the effects of climate change. In addition to migrating at different times to newly hospitable locations, they may …

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