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    Purple sea urchins are being turned into a delicacy to save kelp

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  • Chris Martin talks introducing sustainability into Coldplay world tour

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  • Floods and landslides kill at least 91 people in Brazil

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  • How climate change is contributing to the sand shortage

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  • Watch: Divers complete dramatic whale rescue off Spanish coast

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  • Ukraine war must not derail curbs to climate change, John Kerry says

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  • New study finds pollution caused nearly nine million deaths worldwide in 2019

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  • Firefighters make progress on explosive Southern California fire

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  • Dozens of homes destroyed as enormous wildfire scorches Southern California

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  • CA attorney general investigates ExxonMobil for role in plastic pollution 

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  • Climate change and drought forcing hard choices across California (Part 1)

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  • Climate change and drought forcing hard choices across California (Part 2)

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  • Climber scales Mount Everest for 26th time, breaking his own world record

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  • Glass Half Full recycles bottles into a force for good in New Orleans

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  • Massive landfill fire sparks during Indian heat wave, impacting air quality 

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  • Interest grows for self-sustaining 'Earthship' homes made from recycled trash

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  • Cities look to beets to cut back on road salt use to protect environment

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World’s deepest dive finds man-made trash nearly seven miles down in Pacific

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The deepest dive by a human inside a submersible found man-made garbage at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Texas investor and explorer Victor Vescovo said it was, “Very disappointing to see obvious human contamination of the deepest point in the ocean.”