30 Sep '16, 2pm

How Bigger Seawalls Could Kill Birds: The seawalls that fortify our coasts against rising seas also degrade b...

How Bigger Seawalls Could Kill Birds: The seawalls that fortify our coasts against rising seas also degrade b...

Ecologist Jenny Dugan counted birds along Santa Barbara's seawalls (including the Arroyo Quemado seawall, pictured here) to study how such structures affect wildlife. Photo: David Hubbard Climate Threatens Birds Worldwide See how the Red-crowned Crane and thousands of other species worldwide are at risk from climate change. Read the Report Karl Nordstrom has grown used to seeing a world invisible to everyone else. When he goes to the Jersey Shore and gazes upon an endless stretch of white sand, he doesn’t see the pinnacle of natural beauty like most beachgoers. Rather, he sees a human invention—“a recreation platform,” as he calls the raked white beaches at coastal resorts and summertime shore towns. “If you’re looking at the beach every summer—if you go out there, and it’s practically graded flat, and there’s no vegetation on it—you begin to think that’s what the beach is...

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Defense ministers discuss defusing South China Sea incidents: PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — Singapore's defense...

Defense ministers discuss defusing South China ...

yahoo.com 01 Oct '16, 4am

PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — Singapore's defense minister said Friday that countries need to look for practical ways to def...

What birds are you seeing this weekend?

What birds are you seeing this weekend?

audubon.org 02 Oct '16, 6pm

The lazy, buzzy song of the Black-throated Blue Warbler comes from the undergrowth of leafy eastern woods. Although the bi...

Defense Ministers Discuss Defusing South China ...

abcnews.go.com 01 Oct '16, 7am

Countries need to look for practical ways to defuse incidents in the South China Sea, where China is pitted against smalle...

Defense Ministers Discuss Defusing South China Sea Incidents: Singapore's defense minister says countries nee...

Defense Ministers Discuss Defusing South China ...

ndtv.com 01 Oct '16, 5am

Singapore's defense minister says countries need to look for practical ways to defuse incidents in the South China Sea. Ch...

Birds Avoid Mid-Air Collisions By Following These Two Simple Rules

Birds Avoid Mid-Air Collisions By Following The...

audubon.org 03 Oct '16, 3pm

To avoid running into each other, Budgerigars are wired to turn right. Photo: imageBROKER/Alamy Find Your Bird-Friendly Pl...

#ClimateChange #SeaRise #NeverTrump Sea Level R...

architecture2030.org 02 Oct '16, 3pm

appearing in today’s Science magazine, ‘Kinematic Constraints on Glacier Contributions to 21st-Century Sea-Level Rise’, pr...

Why do leaves change color in autumn?

Why do leaves change color in autumn?

mnn.com 28 Sep '16, 10am

A brilliant canopy of fall foliage in Bukk, Hungary. (Photo: Fesus Robert/Shutterstock) Albert Camus once said, "Autumn is...

Meat-eating is on the rise in the United States

Meat-eating is on the rise in the United States

treehugger.com 03 Oct '16, 10am

In bad news for environmental, health, and animal welfare advocates, the latest numbers show that U.S. meat consumption is...

Strong teams have a strong defense. We consider our layered defense the best and here’s why: https://t.co/hcfJA1GJst

Strong teams have a strong defense. We consider...

lockheedmartin.com 03 Oct '16, 8pm

At the heart of our layered defense is the Command and Control, Battle Management and Communications (C2BMC) system. It co...

Happy October from Audubon!

Happy October from Audubon!

audubon.org 01 Oct '16, 4pm

The rich baritone hooting of the Barred Owl is a characteristic sound in southern swamps, where members of a pair often wi...

Popcorn's Dirty Little Secret

sierraclub.org 01 Oct '16, 1pm

It’s no secret that Americans love popcorn. We consume more than 16 billion quarts of the buttery gold each year. But few ...

Turkistan Islamic Party in Syria shows more ‘li...

longwarjournal.org 29 Sep '16, 6am

The Turkistan Islamic Party in Syria (TIP), an al Qaeda-linked Uighur jihadist group, has released a new video showing cel...

The rise of the soil carbon cowboys

The rise of the soil carbon cowboys

greenbiz.com 01 Oct '16, 4pm

Ranching is a rare occupation. Rarer still are the ranchers pioneering new ways to graze cattle, transforming their ranche...