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A U.S. government study finds that climate change is already having effects on many aspects of American life.
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OHI scientists — including several from Conservation International, the index’s co-developer — are using open science to do “better science in less time.”
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With its vast expanse of ocean, the Pacific island nation of Kiribati is experiencing the future of our oceans now.
With the Paris Agreement back in the news, Human Nature offers five things to know about the historic international accord.
Russell Mittermeier, CI’s executive vice chair, has been honored as one of Harvard University’s Centennial Medalists for 2017.