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GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS (live-updated)

02/17Water in America: Is It Safe to Drink?
Yes, water in the U.S. is mostly safe to drink. But the answer is murkier than you...

02/16Dancing Animals Help Tell Us Why Music Evolved
While investigating why and how music evolved in humans, researchers are finding t...

02/16Kerry Urges Indonesia to Help Stem Climate Change
Secretary of State John Kerry, casting the problem in near-apocalyptic terms, said...

02/16Kerry Implores Indonesia on Climate Change Peril
Secretary of State John Kerry said Indonesia’s failure to act would jeopardize its...

02/16First Week in Sochi: Photos Captured by Your Shot Members
Photos from the first week in Sochi by National Geographic's Your Shot users.

02/16Short People Got … Lots of Reasons to Legitimately Feel Paranoid
A virtual-reality study sheds light on the way short people perceive the world.

02/16Dot Earth Blog: Global Warming, Winter Weather and the Olympics – L...
A reality check on extreme winter weather and global warming       ...

02/15Dot Earth Blog: Global Warming, Winter Weather and the Olympics – F...
A reality check on extreme winter weather and global warming       ...

02/15Galileo Matters More Than Ever on His 450th Birthday
On the 450th anniversary of his birth, the modern world and science still owes a d...

02/15To Know Bats Is to Love Them
From childhood Merlin Tuttle has been nuts for bats—their behavior, their role in ...

02/1567-Year-Old Kayaker Needs Help Near End of Atlantic Crossing
A broken rudder threatens Aleksander Doba's solo kayak adventure across the Atlant...

02/15National Briefing | Midwest: Ice Tops 88 Percent of Great Lakes; Co...
It has been so bitterly cold for so long that the Great Lakes are almost completel...

02/15National Briefing | Midwest: Ice Tops 88 Percent of Great Lakes
It has been so bitterly cold for so long that the Great Lakes are almost completel...

02/15New York Tries to Rid Its Sewers of FOG (Fat, Oil and Grease)
Cooking oil improperly disposed of accounts for many of the clogs in the city’s ag...

02/15New York Tries to Clear Its Sewers of FOG (Fat, Oil and Grease)
Cooking wastes improperly disposed of account for many of the clogs in the city’s ...

02/15National Briefing | Science: No Evidence of Coffee Break on Mars
Scientists did not find a Dunkin’ Donuts on Mars, but they did figure out where a ...

02/15Obama Announces Aid for Drought-Stricken California
President Obama announced a push for a $1 billion “climate resilience” program, as...

02/15Obama, in Drought-Stricken California, Announces Aid Package
President Obama, visiting Fresno, will announce a push for a $1 billion “climate r...

02/15Obama to Announce Aid for Drought-Stricken California
President Obama, visiting Fresno, will announce a push for a $1 billion “climate r...

02/15Pictures: Volcano Covers Indonesian Cities With Ash
Indonesia's Mount Kelud erupted this week, sending ash into the air, causing 100,0...