Natural Resource Management

Mexico investigates crocodile's death in resort city

Oct 4, 2018

Mexican environmental authorities have launched a criminal investigation into the death of a crocodile

Imported brown bear released in Pyrenees as farmers protest

Oct 4, 2018

French authorities have released a female bear from Slovenia in the Pyrenees in an effort to preserve the population of brown bears, despite protests from farmers worried about their sheep

Meet the farmers of the future: Robots

Oct 3, 2018

Meet the farmers of the future: Robots

Wildlife refuge workers evacuated from Pacific storm's path

Oct 3, 2018

The U.S. Coast Guard has evacuated four workers from a remote wildlife refuge in the path of a powerful hurricane barreling through the Pacific

Federal investigators: Montana tribe misused millions

Oct 3, 2018

Government investigators say Montana's Crow Indian Tribe misused $4.8 million that was intended for water system improvements and can't fully account for an additional $7.8 million paid to subcontractors and vendors

The Latest: Montana tribe says it's reviewing federal audit

Oct 2, 2018

Montana's Crow Indian Tribe says it's reviewing a U.S. audit saying it misused $4.8 million intended for water system improvements and can't fully account for an additional $7.8 million paid to subcontractors and vendors

Lawmakers work on fix after conservation fund lapses

Oct 2, 2018

A popular program that supports conservation and outdoor recreation projects across the country expires after Congress couldn't agree on language to extend it

In South Africa, endangered frogs get another chance

Oct 2, 2018

Conservationists monitor 200 endangered frogs that were released along South Africa's coastline after a captive-breeding program at the Johannesburg Zoo

Supreme Court won't hear case over California beach access

Oct 1, 2018

The Supreme Court is refusing to hear an appeal from a California billionaire who doesn't want to open a road on his property so that the public can access a beach

Treated water at Fukushima nuclear plant still radioactive

Sep 29, 2018

The operator of Japan's wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant says much of the radioactive water stored there isn't clean enough and needs further treatment if it is to be released into the ocean

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