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World Rhino Day Pictures: African, Asian Species in Crisis

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All five species of rhinoceros are threatened by poaching—but efforts like World Rhino Day are trying to bring attention to their plight.
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Q&A: The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax

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Ahead of UN climate summit, Republican Bob Inglis says the idea would lower other taxes.
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Plan Will Protect 770,000 Square Miles of Ocean, Working With World's

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Pristine Seas effort ramps up partners, funding, and projects with an announcement at the Clinton Global Initiative.
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Autumnal Equinox 2014: Facts About the First Day of Fall

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Farewell, summer: The Northern Hemisphere's autumnal equinox—the first day of fall—occurs Monday, September 22.
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New Reports Offer Clearest Picture Yet of Rising Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Who emits the most carbon? Who should cut the most? As the UN prepares to convene its climate summit, new studies look at some surprising numbers.
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From Referendum to Reconciliation—Can Scotland Heal Its Wounds?

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The bruising independence campaigns opened up deep class and regional divisions in Scotland.
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With UN Climate Summit Opening, Marches Planned Around the World

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Marches took place in New York and in hundreds of other cities.
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Photographer Captures Tens of Thousands Fleeing ISIS, Entering Turkey

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Learning of a refugee flood, photographer John Stanmeyer went to the border, where tens of thousands of refugees are fleeing the Islamic State.
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Human Ingenuity Can Fix Past Mistakes and Shape the Future

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Our mistakes are legion, but our talent is immeasurable, says award-winning author Diane Ackerman.
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Ahead of UN Climate Summit, Global Treaty on Warming Looks Unlikely

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This week's global meeting in New York could set the stage for negotiations around a potential international deal next year.
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As World’s Population Booms, Will Its Resources Be Enough for Us?

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As world population projections soar, there are rising concerns about the impact billions more people will have on the planet.
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Conservationists Spar With Fishermen Over World’s Largest Marine Monument

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Federal officials weigh arguments on President Obama’s proposal to expand the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.
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Sneak a Peek at 9 Pictures of Sea Otters at Home

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Flip through nine pictures of these marine mammals in honor of sea otter awareness week.
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Record Drought Hastens Dramatic Spread of California Wildfires

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The fast-spreading King fire is raising concerns about climate change's role in making droughts more frequent and wildfires more intense.
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India's Push for Renewable Energy: Is It Enough?

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India faces pressure to cut emissions even as its new prime minister is promising to boost energy access. Can a push for renewable energy achieve both goals?
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Week's Best Space Pictures: A Star Pulses, a Hurricane Rages, and a Pl

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Astronomers catch the blue light from a pulsar, a hurricane makes landfall, and an exoplanet sucks the life out of its star in the week's best space pictures.
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With NASA Probe's Arrival, International Mars Invasion Gets Under Way

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The red planet beckons like never before, with a host of nations planning Mars missions.
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U.S. Ebola Aid Could Tamp Down Fear in West Africa

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U.S. aid to fight Ebola in West Africa could build trust in the health care system, helping to stop the epidemic and save the faltering economy.
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American Farmers Are Growing Old, With Spiraling Costs Keeping Out Young

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The nation's farmers are 17 years older than the average American worker, with younger would-be farmers hobbled by rising costs of land and technology.
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In Record Turnout Demographics Shape Scotland's Emphatic No Vote

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Rural areas, far-flung islands, and industrial cities the Yes side needed to win all voted to stay in the U.K.
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