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Conservation good news: Giant anteaters are returning to south Brazil thanks to rewilding efforts

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Recent giant anteater sightings in Rio Grande do Sul state indicate the species has returned to southern Brazil, where it had been considered extinct for more than a century.
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How the Gaza humanitarian aid pier traces its origins to discarded cigar boxes before World War II

Built by the U.S. military and operated in coordination with the United Nations, aid groups and other nations’ militaries, the pier can trace its origins back to a mid-20th century U.S. Navy officer who collected discarded cigar boxes to experiment with a new idea.
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4 Ways To Celebrate 143 Day (Mister Rogers Day) on May 22

On 143 Day, we celebrate the enduring legacy of Fred Rogers. Engage in these activities to honor his commitment to fostering love and understanding.
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The key to ending injustice? Being good at relationships, according to this Harvard-educated psychologist

If we hope to end all injustices — and that should be our goal, lofty as it may seem — we need a foundational shift in how we approach achieving justice. 
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Illinois just gave $1.6 million to 'justice-focused' community solar projects

Backers see the projects as a key tool to expand economic opportunities to BIPOC communities while supporting the growth of clean energy in the Chicago area.
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Colorado River may finally see increased flows after 20-year drought, according to new research

A recent study suggests that increased precipitation could alleviate the impacts of the Colorado River's "megadrought," offering hope for improved water supply over the next 25 years.
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My fellow climate activists are celebrating 'the end of coal' in New England — thanks to our 'imaginative' nonviolent direct action

With the last of New England’s coal plants now set to close, the No Coal No Gas campaign is reflecting on the power of fighting together.
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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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Climate Change is Killing Fireflies; Here’s Why (and How) We Should Protect Them

Fireflies play a crucial role in ecosystems around the world but are on the decline. Fortunately, there’s still time to preserve them for future generations before they blink out forever.
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A top TikTok effect creator utilized her platform to create an AR filter generating funds for essential aid amid humanitarian crises.
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Conservation good news: Giant anteaters are returning to south Brazil thanks to rewilding efforts

Recent giant anteater sightings in Rio Grande do Sul state indicate the species has returned to southern Brazil, where it had been considered extinct for more than a century.
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How the Gaza humanitarian aid pier traces its origins to discarded cigar boxes before World War II

Built by the U.S. military and operated in coordination with the United Nations, aid groups and other nations’ militaries, the pier can trace its origins back to a mid-20th century U.S. Navy officer who collected discarded cigar boxes to experiment with a new idea.
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