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Five years after the largest marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry, the author of The Tarball Chronicles grabs his binoculars and returns to the scene of the slime.
The biggest garbage dump on the planet once contained 150 million tons of reeking trash. No more.
It’s time for Congress to fully fund and permanently authorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
A parrot rehabber defies the law to set her birds free.
The Brown Pelican became the symbol of the BP oil spill, but the White Pelican is offering clues to its lasting stain on bird populations.
Artist Harry Campbell challenges himself with a new subject.
The MBTA is updated to address modern threats to birds.
The Obama administration steps aside in the Arctic, and commits all of us to the ultimate sucker’s bet.
Here we are again. Another spill, another blackened beach. Are we destined to repeat ourselves until there’s nothing left to protect?
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