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2014/09/21 14:45
2014/09/21 14:45
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Climate activists Vernell Robinson, Danielette Horton, and Lawanda Johnson-Gainey Vernell Robinson was stressed. The 51-year-old resident of the Carleton Manor public housing project in the Rockaways...
2014/09/21 14:45
2014/09/21 14:45
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2014/09/21 04:33
2014/09/21 04:33
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Salisbury Post It’s not too late to attract wildlife to your garden Our flower gardens are looking tired. Crape myrtles are winding down. Soon our lawns will be strewn with colorful fall leaves. It...
2014/09/20 02:05
2014/09/20 02:05
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RICHARD QUINN/SPECIAL TO THE STAR A tour is led across the northbound on-ramp to Highway 101 from Liberty Canyon Road to show people the route a mountain lion might take to get from one side of the...
2014/09/18 21:33
2014/09/18 21:33
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Nearly two million miles of streams nationwide could go unprotected by federal law despite the Clean Water Act. That’s why state Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman say that he will lead an...
2014/09/18 02:01
2014/09/18 02:01
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MANHATTAN — New York is set to host what’s being billed as the largest-ever march against climate change this weekend. Nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of the five boroughs,...
2014/09/14 10:53
2014/09/14 10:53
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Sportsmen’s groups take issue with wetlands bill A large number of sportsmen’s organizations voiced opposition to the Republican-backed United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act, which passed...
2014/09/14 06:02
2014/09/14 06:02
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One vote. One vote was the difference between reclassifying captive deer as livestock, or leaving them as wildlife under the control of the Missouri Department of Conservation. For a brief moment,...
2014/09/12 05:21
2014/09/12 05:21
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RIDGEFIELD PARK - Ridgefield Park residents Stephen and Linda Quinn are most at home in nature. So earnest is their passion for the environment that rather than retiring somewhere picturesque and...
2014/09/10 05:34
2014/09/10 05:34
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Sporting groups representing anglers and hunters from across the country conducted a media teleconference Tuesday to discuss opposition to a proposed bill that would prevent the Environmental...
2014/09/08 13:41
2014/09/08 13:41
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Tar Sands Oil Development's Impact on Wildlife Populations Continent-wide Dear EarthTalk: How is it that migrating birds are being negatively affected by oil extraction in Canada’s Boreal forest? -...
2014/09/08 12:49
2014/09/08 12:49
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Connie Ogilvie stands in her backyard, which has recently been recognized by The National Wildlife Foundation as a Certified Wildlife Habitat. (ANDREW DAVIS / GAZETTE) Bill and Connie Ogilvie have...
2014/09/06 16:45
2014/09/06 16:45
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Luisa Maria Vasquez Cruz received an unusual prescription last year from her pediatrician: Spend more time playing outside. Dr. Robert Zarr, her pediatrician at Unity Health Care, a clinic that...
2014/09/05 00:06
2014/09/05 00:06
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Here's the buzz: the bugs are winning. From swarms of hungry mosquitoes to blood-sucking ticks to little creepy-crawlies killing the the states trees and trout, the bugs are on the march in...
2014/09/04 21:40
2014/09/04 21:40
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On June 5, 2014, the Chemical Safety Board releases a two-volume report shedding new light on the cause of the Gulf oil spill. Agency investigators say the blowout preventer failed when a long drill...
2014/09/04 18:26
2014/09/04 18:26
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CRESTVIEW — Resident Bill Cox, a familiar face at City Council and other municipal meetings and workshops, has qualified to run for the Group 2 at-large seat on the council. The seat’s current...
2014/09/04 05:12
2014/09/04 05:12
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TELEPHONE FORUM Lake Erie crisis calls for action, panel told The problem of nutrient-rich runoff feeding toxic algae blooms can only be fueled by climate change, the president of the National...
2014/09/03 13:22
2014/09/03 13:22
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Whether harvesting their own vegetables for snacks, making their own soup or grinding wheat to bake their own bread, children at Acorn Hill Waldorf School learn by doing it. The school is surrounded...
2014/09/03 00:39
2014/09/03 00:39
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The speed and enormous scale of land loss in Louisiana makes coastal restoration an uphill battle. But it is a battle that we have to fight. Fortunately, we don’t come to this fight unprepared. There...
2014/09/03 00:25
2014/09/03 00:25
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NIBLEY, Utah — A Utah man is leading a movement to get the small town of Nibley certified as a wildlife habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. His proposal essentially means that a certain...
2014/08/30 05:18
2014/08/30 05:18
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And, as beautiful as that view is, all of us want to ensure it remains that way forever. Toward that end this year environmentalists of "Oil and Water Don't Mix" also will be at the bridge Monday to...
2014/09/21 14:45
2014/09/21 14:45
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