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Illegal pangolin widely used in China’s hospitals, pharmacies
Illegally sourced pangolin is used by Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners. New research suggests enlisting their help in conservation.
Spiritual but not religious: How values connect on climate
"Messaging that emphasizes connection to one another and the environment has a lot of potential," says Dr. Jessica Eise on spiritual values.
Will short-flight bans reduce EU aviation emissions?
As Europe considers France's controversial ban on short flights, a new study from Germany details the potential positives and pitfalls.
Advancing a resilient design model to meet refugee needs
The Turkey-Syria quakes have left 1.5 million people homeless. A new study adds insight on providing refugee aid in climate-friendly ways.
As rockets take off, so do new concerns for ozone layer
The demand for rocket launches will only grow in the future, and that's raising concern over progress on protecting Earth's ozone layer.
It’s no game: Heat drives fungal mutations that affect health
It’s not "The Last of Us" zombie apocalypse, but scientists say it's time to get serious about fungi and disease in a warming world.