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New Climate Study Advises Leaving Fossil Fuels in the Ground. But Will We?

New Climate Study Advises Leaving Fossil Fuels in the Ground. But Will We?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 24, 2015 14

At the most recent United Nations Climate Change Conference, held in Lima, Peru, in December 2014, more than 190 countries—including the United States—voluntarily agreed to limit carbon emissions in order to keep the world

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Video of the Week: Orcas In Search Of the Perfect Belly Rub

Video of the Week: Orcas In Search Of the Perfect Belly Rub

Emily Deemer February 6, 2015 1

Another fascinating orca video made the rounds on the internet this week, only this time the whales were displaying some very strange behavior.  A few men were out for a boat ride in British Columbia‘s

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Rare and Adorable Spirit Bear Cub Spotted

Rare and Adorable Spirit Bear Cub Spotted

Derek Ward February 2, 2015 0

A rare species of bear was recently spotted teaching its young cub how to fish, says Daily Mail. These elusive ‘Spirit bears’ can be seen in British Colombia’s beautiful Great Bear Rainforest. Spirit bears, alternatively

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Show-and-Tell Develops Young, Budding Travel Conservationists

Show-and-Tell Develops Young, Budding Travel Conservationists

Tania Segura December 13, 2014 0

Anna and Alex confidently stood in front of a classroom full of rowdy elementary age kids. As newly-minted, pseudo polar bear ambassadors, they presented a homemade movie at their school and spoke to seven

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Travel Tale: Lost in Time in Yellowstone National Park

Travel Tale: Lost in Time in Yellowstone National Park

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 4, 2014 8

There are a few, rare places in the world where time as a linear construct just doesn’t seem to make much sense; places where the past, present, and even the future seem to be

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Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Travelers rescue injured sled dog: Trauma surgeon in Nat Hab group saves dog’s life in makeshift ‘clinic’

Wendy Worrall Redal December 1, 2014 2

Dogs in the office at Nat Hab’s Colorado headquarters are nothing new, since our dog-friendly policy has been a long-standing feature. But a few days ago we welcomed a very special canine visitor –

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