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A study of the air near oil and gas drilling sites in five U.S. states found sometimes dangerously high concentrations of chemicals.
A National Geographic staffer on the scene recounts NASA's decision to blow up a space station resupply rocket.
An Asian fungus is ravaging salamanders in Europe and could kill off populations in North America and elsewhere, researchers say.
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Paul D. Miller synthesizes art, music, and data to spotlight environmental issues.
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