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    Almost half the center of Paris will be accessible only by foot or bicycle this Sunday to mark World Car-Free Day.

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    Despite the rapid decline in bull moose populations in Minnesota, the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has announced a hunt this fall for the first time since 2012.

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    A Louisiana Supreme Court justice took campaign contributions from an energy firm as a case involving that company was being reviewed in that court.

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    Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) said Wednesday that if parishes don't sue oil and gas companies for their role in damaging wetlands, the state will.

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    A state audit released yesterday says that California's energy regulator is open to improper influence from utilities and contractors and that it doesn't guard against the appearance of such relationships.

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    The United Nations has warned that 323 million people across the globe are susceptible to life-threatening illnesses due to large-scale pollution of water bodies.

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    Aboriginal tribes from the northern United States and Canada signed a treaty yesterday to fight the construction of crude oil pipelines for oil sands in Alberta.

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    Three New York City antiques dealers were arrested yesterday and charged with selling $4.5 million worth of ivory products.

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    Tesla Motors Inc. is suing the state of Michigan for permission to sell cars there, alleging that existing state law is unconstitutional.

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    Researchers in Australia are studying invasive goldfish populations that are wreaking havoc on local ecosystems.

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    Severe drought in Utah is causing the Great Salt Lake to drop in water level at a rate that scientists say could destabilize the ecosystem.

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    A U.N. conference on endangered species is set to begin in South Africa tomorrow.

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    The fourth largest national park in the country is getting a new leader in November.

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    Burmese pythons may be extending their territory in South Florida and establishing a breeding population that could put other wildlife as risk.

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    Alphabet Inc.'s Google Maps has mysteriously erased dozens of national and state forests, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas from its online atlases.

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    Many of the programs implemented by the President's Task Force on Combating Wildlife Trafficking do not have clear goals, a watchdog agency found after a 13-month review of the Obama administration's anti-trafficking efforts.

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    President Obama will meet with leaders from hundreds of Native American tribes next week at the eighth Tribal Nations Conference at the White House.

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    Resources for the Future announced a new research award today to honor Molly Macauley, an executive at the environmental think tank who was killed in July.

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    The League of Conservation Voters Victory Fund announced today it will spend $1 million to target House candidates on its "Dirty Dozen" list, starting with Republicans in Minnesota and Nevada.

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    NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Yale University professor, author and former Obama environment adviser Daniel Esty opened the final morning of his first-ever Yale Sustainability Leadership Forum waving the most recent edition of the New Haven Register.

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    Mike Leavitt has been Utah's governor, U.S. EPA's boss and the head of the Department of Health and Human Services.

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    A California-based startup unveiled a product this week that aims to disrupt solar power production much as the iPhone changed communications.

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    U.S. EPA, under pressure to more aggressively confront port-related diesel pollution, is urging expansion of voluntary measures that the agency says have already proved effective.

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    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump expanded his list of possible Supreme Court nominees today with 10 more names, including vocal critics of a legal doctrine beloved by environmentalists.