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Trump’s DOI Axing 7,500 Regs To Expand Fishing/Hunting On Federal Lands

Trump’s Cabinet is putting his America First policies into place, including at the Department of Interior, where Secretary David Bernhardt announced a plan to open up more than 1.4 million acres of federal land through the elimination of some 7,500…

Risky business: New data show how manatees use shipping channels

New research tracks West Indian manatee movements through nearshore and offshore ship channels in the north-central Gulf of Mexico. A new publication in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science tracks West Indian manatee movements through nearshore and offshore ship channels in the north-central Gulf of Mexico.

I Am Part of the Climate-Change Problem. That’s Why I Wrote About It. – The New York Times

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. I have written thousands of articles for The New York Times. Only one, so far, has cast me as a…

Exciting progress on NASA’s next Mars mission

The Mars Helicopter – which will launch with Mars 2020 – has now passed some key tests. Plus engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, celebrate with a selfie after attaching the Mars 2020 rover’s remote sensing mast.

Ocean advocates are increasingly concerned about climate change

Posted on 17 June 2019 by Guest Author This is a re-post from Yale Climate Connections by Daisy Simmons SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The world’s oceans are deeply affected by climate change – and vice versa. But until recent years, ocean advocates…

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POLITICS: Bipartisan climate caucus eyes a comeback

The two co-chairs of the Climate Solutions Caucus plan to restart the group next week, and one of them — Republican Florida Rep. Francis Rooney — hinted that membership could come with a price to give the club “some teeth.”