More than 300,000 gallons of diesel fuel burst from a severely corroded, decades-old pipeline outside of New Orleans last month, killing thousands of animals. An earlier inspection revealed the pipeline needed immediate repair.
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Deep in the Southern California desert, a massive drill rig taps into what could be the energy of the future.
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Watch as Adorably Floofy Golden Retriever Gets a Little Too Curious About New Duck Friends and Go for a Swim
You can almost see the wheels turning in Winston's head when he spots those ducks...
- The Conversation
These machines scrub greenhouse gases from the air – an inventor of direct air capture technology shows how it works
One 'mechanical tree' is about 1,000 times faster at removing carbon dioxide from air than a natural tree. The first is to start operating in Arizona in 2022. Illustration via Arizona State UniversityTwo centuries of burning fossil fuels has put more carbon dioxide, a powerful greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere than nature can remove. As that CO2 builds up, it traps excess heat near Earth’s surface, causing global warming. There is so much CO2 in the atmosphere now that most scenarios show endi
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The fish causes erosion, harasses manatees and can walk on land.
- USA TODAY
Known for the cape-like webs enclosing its tentacles, the blanket octopus is a rarely spotted animal usually found in open ocean waters.
- Democrat and Chronicle
How can animals cope with such extended bitter cold conditions? Nature is a wonderful provider.
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More than 77,000 shoppers now swear by this one product to get the job done.
A pilot feeding program to save manatees from starvation has started, but the big lunks seem to be refusing to eat the floating lettuce so far, per the Sun-Sentinel.State and federal wildlife officials started the unprecedented feeding after a record 1,101 manatees died last year mostly from starvation. Officials agreed on leafy greens, like romaine lettuce, for their nutritional value and to help with hydration.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.What happ
- FTW Outdoors
Footage has surfaced showing a woman crying tears of joy after spotting her first wild moose in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.
- Idaho Statesman
A pilot program will turn Boise’s recycled plastic into benches and other public installations around the city.
- CBS News
2 people have been confirmed dead in the Pacific island nation so far, but communications are still patchy, and the scale of the damage is just starting to become clear.
- USA TODAY
Tonga avoided widespread disaster many had feared, and tsunami waves rose only to about 2.7 feet. See before and after photos of the island nation.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
The businesses in mountain towns such as Wrightwood and Big Bear Lake complaining about overcrowding should pony up for better roads and amenities.
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By capturing carbon dioxide and turning it into ultra-durable material, local startup SkyNano hopes to turn pollution into something useful.
- Pocono Record
Imagine being snatched from your home and held in a small, dark box that’s too hot, too cold, too wet and too dry.
Shell demonstrates how gas stations can convert themselves to EV stations, but when will we see these here?
- Wichita Eagle
The House Water Committee spent last year studying water management in Kansas. This year, members will look for funding.
- Charlotte Observer
Search and Rescue officials described weather conditions as “treacherous.”
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Shootings of 4 rare whooping cranes in Oklahoma raise concerns about proposed Wisconsin sandhill crane hunt
The International Crane Foundation, located in Baraboo, is worried opening a sandhill crane season in Wisconsin could endanger whooping cranes.
- The Stockton Record
The larger Eel River steelhead is in abundance on American River. Here's a look, plus where bass, rainbows are biting.