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2015/03/26 05:28
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After fighting in court for several years, the Native Village of Point Hope has decided to withdraw its challenge to prevent drilling off its coastline. On March 17, the Native Village of Point Hope...
2015/03/26 05:28
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2015/03/26 00:34
2015/03/26 00:34
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Portland is considering banning from use on city-owned property of a class of insecticides implicated in widespread bee deaths. The ban would not apply to private property within the...
2015/03/25 17:10
2015/03/25 17:10
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WASHINGTON - In response to the recent spate of fiery derailments that have highlighted the dangers posed by oil trains, Senators Maria Cantwell, (D-Wash.), Dianne Feinstein, (D-Calif.), and Tammy...
2015/03/25 07:58
2015/03/25 07:58
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In December 2013, state and federal agencies released 40,000 pages of consultant-prepared analysis and advocacy for the Delta tunnels as part of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan. The water tunnels are...
2015/03/25 01:43
2015/03/25 01:43
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ROCKPORT, Maine — Maine's fishermen hauled in a huge catch worth a state record $585 million last year, buoyed by an unprecedented surge in the value of the state's beloved lobsters. Fishery...
2015/03/24 22:48
2015/03/24 22:48
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reopened for comment a proposed plan to change the protected status of a herd of caribou in northern Idaho and northeastern Washington from...
2015/03/24 22:15
2015/03/24 22:15
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Full page ads in the New York Times and Washington Post on Tuesday called on the federal government to advise Americans to cut some meat from their diets. The ads, sponsored by more than 100 health...
2015/03/24 16:10
2015/03/24 16:10
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WASHINGTON - More than 100 environmental and public health organizations sent an open letter today urging Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack...
2015/03/24 13:41
2015/03/24 13:41
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Most Commonly Used Herbicide Linked to Cancer, WHO Report The WHO determined that glyphosate and two other insecticides, malathion and diazinon, are "probably carcinogenic to humans." San Francisco,...
2015/03/24 01:20
2015/03/24 01:20
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Environmentalists turned up the heat Monday on former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, urging her to “come clean” on issues like the Keystone XL pipeline and hydraulic fracturing in a...
2015/03/23 20:10
2015/03/23 20:10
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Clinton Urged to Come Clean on Fossil Fuels, Speak Out Against Keystone XL At the Center for Biological Diversity, we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature - to the...
2015/03/23 04:10
2015/03/23 04:10
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This Jan. 20, 2015 photo released by Hawaii Department of Land & Natural Resources shows coral being studied for bleaching, which is a stress response that causes corals to lose algae and color from...
2015/03/20 18:45
2015/03/20 18:45
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Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced new rules on Friday that will govern the use of hydraulic fracturing on public lands. (AP Photo/Dan Joling, File) WASHINGTON -- The Department of Interior...
2015/03/20 17:45
2015/03/20 17:45
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Surfrider Foundation Europe has a simple message about consumer culture: "You buy, the sea pays." That's the motto behind a new ad campaign to combat the 5.25 trillion plastic particles currently...
2015/03/19 03:20
2015/03/19 03:20
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The Fish and Wildlife Service has until Sept. 30 to decide whether to list the Greater sage-grouse as endangered or threatened under the Endangered Species Act, a move with potentially devastating...
2015/03/18 21:05
2015/03/18 21:05
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President Barack Obama's use of executive orders is emblematic of the former; the massive regulations proposed and enacted by the federal Environmental Protection Agency are the poster children of the...
2015/03/18 19:18
2015/03/18 19:18
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Seven local, regional and national environmental advocacy groups have filed a formal notice of intent to sue the U.S. Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement for failing to intervene in...
2015/03/17 21:51
2015/03/17 21:51
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Here's the estimated price for restoring two declining coral species found in South Florida and the Caribbean: About $250 million. How long will it take? 400 years or so (assuming all goes...
2015/03/16 17:10
2015/03/16 17:10
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WASHINGTON - Conservation and food-safety groups submitted a formal notice of intent to sue the Environmental Protection Agency today for failing to protect threatened and endangered species,...
2015/03/11 23:12
2015/03/11 23:12
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Annual survey finds four new packs By Ann McCreary Washington’s gray wolf population now numbers 68 wolves, an increase of 16 wolves during the past year, according to an annual survey conducted by...
2015/03/26 05:28
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