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Blue whales' meal planning revealed
A study of blue whales off California's coast that used tags to track their movements and their prey shows the marine behemoths are not indiscriminate grazers, as long thought.
David Letterman returning to TV on climate change series
he former "Late Show" host is trading his iconic desk for a plane ticket to India, where he'll appear as a correspondent on an episode of National Geographic's climate change documentary series, "Years of Living Dangerously,"
Earthquake shakes Chile's capital, sparks tsunami alert
A powerful earthquake has shaken Chile's capital, causing buildings to sway and people to take refuge in the streets. The U.S. Geological Survey initially reported the quake at a preliminary magnitude of 7.9 but quickly revised the reading to 8.3.
Hundreds turn up for Alberta's 1st climate change forum
Hundreds of Albertans crammed into a hotel conference room on Tuesday night to share their thoughts on how the province should shape its climate change policy. Duelling T-shirts and lots of post-it notes were two themes of the evening.
Ocean blob brings tropical fish to B.C. coast
Something unusual is happening off the coast of British Columbia. Fish species normally found in the warm waters of the tropics are finding their way north — and a blob is being blamed.
Waikiki sewage leads to beach closure
City officials closed most of the beach fronting Waikiki after heavy rains triggered a half-million gallon sewage spill near Hawaii's world-famous tourist district.
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