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How an Aboriginal woman fought a coal company... and won

2024 Goldman Prize winner Murrawah Maroochy Johnson
Murrawah Maroochy Johnson, a 29-year-old Wirdi woman of the Birri Gubba Nation, led a lawsuit against the Waratah coal mine... and won.
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9 Activities To Celebrate World Oceans Day on June 8

June 8 is World Oceans Day! We’ve gathered a list of ideas to help you celebrate and protect the world’s oceans...
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What a drag queen can teach you about self-confidence

Taking a moment from their new "Dead Inside" comedy world tour, Bianca Del Rio offers expert advice on authenticity, confidence, and managing life onstage and off.
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These are the 5 best hybrids & electric vehicles of 2024, according to Edmunds

These are picks of the best cars, trucks, and SUVs of 2024, according to Edmunds’ independent review. And the good news is that they’re all more eco-friendly than their gas-powered competitors.
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New Jim Henson series will inspire 'climate hope' in modern-day animated fairytale

A new animated series from Jim Henson's legacy company emphasizes climate hope through a story that navigates themes of family, nature, and mediating conflict.
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Ahead of this year's record-breaking hurricane season, a group of climate scientists helps Caribbean families protect their homes

Preparing for Atlantic hurricane season is always a priority in the Caribbean, especially when forecasts project high numbers of storms, as they do for 2024.
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Landmark court ruling allows island fishing community to sustainably manage state park services in Brazil

For the first time in Brazil, a traditional community has been awarded the concession to manage and operate visitor facilities inside a state conservation unit.
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The World Has More Trees Than It Did 35 Years Ago

This might come as a surprise: Worldwide tree cover has grown — not shrunk! — by 2.24 million square kilometers — the size of Texas and Alaska combined — in the last 35 years, according to a paper in the science journal “Nature.”
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8 Famous Animal Conservationists You Might Not Know Yet

There are dozens and dozens of people you should know about who are protecting wild species and their habitats, and our hope is that today you’ll learn about someone new who inspires you to find your own way of helping animals in your corner of the world.
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How an Aboriginal woman fought a coal company... and won

Murrawah Maroochy Johnson, a 29-year-old Wirdi woman of the Birri Gubba Nation, led a lawsuit against the Waratah coal mine... and won.
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