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Women in Africa: Picking Up the Post Pandemic Pieces
The Weather Channel Interviews Nikhil Advani on World Elephant Day
10 Species in Danger of Extinction—And What You Can Do To Help
The "Winners" and "Losers" of Climate Change, According to Scientists
Funds needed to bolster tourism recovery in Malawi
How Can We Help Threatened Species To Cope With Climate Change?
Surviving in Post-Pandemic Zimbabwe
US Wildfires’ Increasing Toll on Wildlife
The Long-Lasting Impact of Wildfires on Wildlife, WWF Explains
Easy Things You Should Do to Help the Planet, From Filling Your Fridge to Raking Your Leaves
On the Eve of Extinction
How helping people could protect endangered species
Global warming puts nearly half of species in key places at risk: report
WWF Climate Director: Global Warming Has Devastating Impact on Arctic and Coastal Animals
Live from South Africa: talking about climate change and wildlife
Half of All Wildlife Could Disappear from the Amazon, Galapagos and Madagascar Due to Climate Change
Massive Loss of Plants, Wildlife In the World's Most Biodiverse Forests Likely as Earth Warms, Study Says
Climate Change Threatens Thousands of Species in Our Lifetime
How human coping mechanisms for climate change are impacting endangered animals
Climate change and the sixth mass extinction
Ecological Systems in the Anthropocene: "Hope and Despair: Communicating an Uncertain Future"
America Adapts - The Climate Change Podcast
Episode 3: Dr. Nikhil Advani - Adaptation at World Wildlife Fund
Shy Albatross Make Artificial Nests Their Own—Giving Scientists Hope for Their Species
COP23: The impacts of climate change on wildlife
This population of green sea turtles is nearly all female, signaling a major problem
Species loss: a crude view of climate
Climate made scary
World Wildlife Fund: Water for Elephants… and People.
Climate change threatens giant panda recovery
As Climate Changes Us, We Change Wildlife
When Polar Bears Are No Longer Climate Change Icons Elephants Will Take Their Place
What does the Paris agreement mean for the world's other 8 million species?
Chasing Survival: Many Species Face Climate Change's Ultimate Test
A new series details the plight of wildlife around the world, whose habitats are changing as the globe warms.
Unchecked Carbon Emissions Could Jeopardize Plants, Animals in World's Most Vital Habitats
What Happens to Wildlife, Marine Life During and After a Hurricane?
The End of the World As We Know It: How Climate Change Is Affecting Local Species
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