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Invasive apple snail threatens Florida Everglades clean up | Reuters

MIAMI (Reuters) - Florida wildlife and water managers are worried about an invasive snail that is wreaking havoc on the state’s billion-dollar effort to remove chemicals from the fragile Everglades.<p>A Snail Kite, one of Florida’s iconic breeding bird species, perches on a branch at J. W. Corbett …

This New Method of Farming Could Change Where Our Food Comes From

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Urban Agriculture

Satellite images reveal shocking groundwater loss in California

The severity of California’s drought continues to shock, with the latest example coming courtesy of<p>NASA.<p>The space agency's two Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment, or GRACE, satellites have been been in orbit since 2002, making highly sensitive measurements of Earth's gravity field. Variations …

Space Travel

This Could Be World's Most Endangered Animal

(Newser) – A new species of whale has been identified in an underwater canyon in the Gulf of Mexico, but scientists fear they won't have long to get …

Ban on uranium mining at Grand Canyon upheld by Arizona court

A coalition of conservation groups are hailing an Arizona judge’s decision this week to uphold the Obama administration’s 20-year ban on new uranium mining claims across 1 million acres of public lands adjacent to Grand Canyon.<p>In January 2012, then-US interior secretary Ken Salazar issued the ban …

Is Istanbul's Urban Design Causing Freak Mini-Tornadoes?

We are all aware of humanity’s impact on climate change, but are meteorological researchers taking the idea too far by blaming Istanbul’s rapid …