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NASA Says Earth Is Greener Today Than 20 Years Ago Thanks To China, India

NASA has some good news, the world is a greener place today than it was 20 years ago. What prompted

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Massive Sinkhole Leaks Radioactive Water Into Florida’s Aquifer – Trevor Nace

A massive sinkhole recently collapsed nearby Mulberry, Florida, draining approximately 215 million gallons of radioactive and contaminated water into Florida’s

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The Ocean Cleanup System Begins Removing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch – Sead Fadilpasic

A Dutch non-profit organization announced they were working on advanced technologies in an attempt to remove the plastic waste from

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Typhoon Mangkhut Officially Hong Kong’s Most Intense Storm Since Records Began – Tony Cheung

The most intense storm in Hong Kong’s history caused a record storm surge, uprooted some 1,500 trees, and left hundreds

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With massive Hurricane Florence Approaching, a million People are Urged to Evacuate – Reuters

South Carolina on Monday ordered an estimated 1 million people to evacuate its coast as the state and neighboring North

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Floating Trash Collector Set to Tackle Pacific Garbage Patch – Laura Parker

The campaign to rid the world’s oceans of plastic trash marks a turning point on Saturday as a giant, floating

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How Drones could change Future of Fighting Wildfires – The Futurist

Dangerous conditions in California are forcing some departments to look for alternative ways to combat raging wildfires. The Mendocino Park

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These Cultural Treasures Are Made of Plastic. Now They’re Falling Apart – XiaoZhi Lim

LOS ANGELES — The custodians of Neil Armstrong’s spacesuit at the National Air and Space Museum saw it coming. A

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More Pollution Shows Up In New River, & This Time It’s Milky White – David Fleshler

A few weeks ago, residents reported murky, “chocolate-milk color” water and an oily sheen on the river. Environmental inspectors for

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