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2014/08/20 15:51
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Arguably one of the biggest ways to lower greenhouse gas emissions and ensure there’s adequate food to sustain a growing population is for more of us to stop eating meat, specifically beef. According...
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2014/08/20 09:22
2014/08/20 09:22
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The Obama administration has signaled that it might be more willing than Oregon and Washington to... After the Oregon state decision to deny a permit needed to build a dock for transporting coal, the...
2014/08/20 03:35
2014/08/20 03:35
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WILMINGTON, Del. - From a surge in disease-carrying ticks and Tiger mosquitoes to increases in toxic algae blooms, the symptoms of climate change are rapidly affecting America's relationship with the...
2014/08/19 22:46
2014/08/19 22:46
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SALT LAKE CITY — Utah has weathered one of the worst droughts the country has seen in more than five decades, blistered under the relentless march of wildfires, and is now battling an onslaught of...
2014/08/19 21:35
2014/08/19 21:35
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A new report by the National Wildlife Federation says climate change is creating conditions that are leading to an increase of pests like ticks and mosquitoes. "We have definitely seen an increase in...
2014/08/19 11:22
2014/08/19 11:22
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Both sides of the debate said they viewed the ruling against building a dock to help transport... Oregon's rejection of a permit needed to build a coal export terminal sheds light on a growing number...
2014/08/18 23:22
2014/08/18 23:22
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In this photo taken on Sunday, July 6, 2014, a coal train is seen passing by diners seated... The Oregon Department of State Lands denied Ambre Energy's permit, saying it would hurt fisheries used by...
2014/08/18 16:54
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WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Monday rejected environmentalists’ challenge to a nearly 600-mile pipeline designed to carry tar sands crude oil between Illinois and Oklahoma. In a 48-page decision,...
2014/08/17 22:39
2014/08/17 22:39
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Endangered species’ numbers rebound; opponents fight delisiting Habitat loss, poaching and road kills pushed the once-numerous Louisiana black bear so close to the edge of extinction that in 1992 it...
2014/08/17 14:09
2014/08/17 14:09
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Snake slithers into chicken coop, swallows ceramic egg August 17, 2014 A black rat snake looking for eggs in Al Filat's chicken coop in Seward, Pennsylvania, found the ceramic version used to coax...
2014/08/16 22:45
2014/08/16 22:45
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... children die per day due to poverty. Matt Jones, managing director of Poverty Resolutions, got four friends together to demonstrate the enormity of that figure by enduring 21,000 paintball...
2014/08/15 23:31
2014/08/15 23:31
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Swartz: “No this is not—this is not. My theory is I have a big pickup that hogs gas and if I don’t have to drive it I might as well not.” And that’s the kind of sustainable approach Swartz likes to...
2014/08/15 04:12
2014/08/15 04:12
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Groups reach out to union membersBlueGreen Alliance, others stress environmental preservation in wake of crisis Lee Geisse, regional program manager for the BlueGreen Alliance, speaks during a UAW...
2014/08/14 23:46
2014/08/14 23:46
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SALT LAKE CITY — A states' rights, public lands movement with its genesis in Utah was blasted by former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar Thursday as an effort that threatens to undo the successes of...
2014/08/14 15:15
2014/08/14 15:15
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A three-judge panel ruled unanimously that the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality was within the law to approve mining and groundwater discharge permits for the Eagle Mine in Marquette...
2014/08/11 16:31
2014/08/11 16:31
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If the hottest new plant grown as a biofuel crop is approved based solely on its greenhouse gas emission profile, its potential as the next invasive species may not be discovered until it’s too late....
2014/08/11 15:48
2014/08/11 15:48
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A report released in July has unfortunate news for the environmental movement — thus far, it has failed pitifully in promoting diverse workplaces. The study culled data from three different kinds of...
2014/08/11 14:01
2014/08/11 14:01
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PABLO � The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes� 20-year effort to assist with management of the reservation-based Nation Bison Range took a step forward Monday as a long-awaited study was...
2014/08/10 16:48
2014/08/10 16:48
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This piece originally appeared on Louisiana Senator David Vitter made headlines with conservative websites in the last few days by releasing a report called Chain of Environmental Command: How a Club...
2014/08/08 19:42
2014/08/08 19:42
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Lauren Quinn, an invasive plant ecologist at U of I's Energy Biosciences Institute, recognized that most of the news about invasive biofuel crops was negative and offered few low-risk alternatives to...
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