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Cut Beef Consumption in Half to Help Save the Earth, Says New Study

The world's population will hit 10 billion in just 30 years and all of those people need to eat. To feed that many humans with the resources Earth has, we will have to cut down the amount of beef we eat, according to a new report by the World Resources Institute.

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Animals

Georgia Beachgoers Helped Save Dozens of Beached Whales

Beachgoers enjoying a pleasant evening on Georgia's St. Simons Island rushed into the water, despite warnings of sharks, to rescue dozens of short-finned pilot whales that washed ashore on Tuesday evening, according to the New York Times.

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Submit Your Photo to EcoWatch's 'Best of Summer' Photo Contest

EcoWatch is pleased to announce our third photo contest!

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Climate

Extinction Rebellion Protesters Arrested in London

Six Extinction Rebellion protesters were arrested as they blocked off corporations in the UK. The group had increased their actions to week-long nationwide protests.

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Watch These Young Spoken-Word Poets Take On Climate Change

By Courtney Lindwall

Across the world, tens of thousands of young people are taking to the streets to protest climate inaction. And at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem last month, more than a dozen of them took to the stage.

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Pumpjacks on Lost Hills Oil Field in California. Arne Hückelheim, Wikimedia Commons

Trump's Drilling Leases on Public Lands Could Lead to 4.7B Metric Tons of Carbon Emissions

By Julia Conley

A national conservation group revealed Wednesday that President Donald Trump's drilling leases on public lands could lead to the release of more carbon emissions than the European Union contributes in an entire year.

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New Research Shows Malaria Can Spread In Cooler Climates

By Marlene Cimons

For nearly a century, scientists thought that malaria could only spread in places where it is really hot. That's because malaria is spread by a tiny parasite that infects mosquitoes, which then infect humans — and this parasite loves warm weather. In warmer climates, the parasite grows quickly inside the mosquito's body. But in cooler climates, the parasite develops so slowly that the mosquito will die before the it is fully grown.

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The summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii, which is considered sacred by some Native Hawaiians. Charmian Vistaunet / Design Pics / Getty Images

33 Native Hawaiians Arrested Protecting Sacred Mountain From Giant Telescope

A decade-long fight over the proposed construction of a giant telescope on a mountain considered sacred by some Native Hawaiians came to a head Wednesday when 33 elders were arrested for blocking the road to the summit, HuffPost Reported.

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