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2015/03/30 18:51
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WASHINGTON — Dolphins are dying in unusually high numbers. Sea turtle nests are declining. Tuna are developing abnormally. And pelicans and gulls are suffering from the lasting effects of a massive...
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2015/03/27 20:47
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Researchers as far apart as Georgia Tech and the University of Plymouth in the U.K. have observed the increase in bees moving into urban environments. Some species that are in trouble in rural areas...
2015/03/27 12:04
2015/03/27 12:04
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Sharon Owens is CEO of Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility Inc., which operates the Southwest Community Center. She came to Syracuse from Geneva as a student, majoring in economics at Syracuse...
2015/03/26 03:39
2015/03/26 03:39
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For the first time, the state Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority will be asked to join other state agencies in coming up with budget cuts to deal with a state shortfall, raising concerns...
2015/03/23 18:22
2015/03/23 18:22
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Some Chevy Chase students are now going to school at an “eco-campus” as part of an Earth-friendly international partnership program. On Friday, North Chevy Chase Elementary School kicked off a new...
2015/03/21 12:40
2015/03/21 12:40
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Glen Ellyn students and residents are trying to save the environment one butterfly at a time. Spurred by students from Ben Franklin Elementary School, several community organizations are partnering...
2015/03/21 09:57
2015/03/21 09:57
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WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama's administration on Friday issued the first federal regulations for hydraulic fracturing since the drilling technique fueled a domestic energy boom, requiring...
2015/03/20 11:41
2015/03/20 11:41
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The Great Lakes are named for their size. And for migrating forest birds, navigating their long shores and big, open waters is an annual obstacle course that makes the Iron Man triathlon look...
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...
2015/03/18 19:13
2015/03/18 19:13
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Eldorado Springs resident Maggie L. Fox will be honored Monday in Denver by the National Wildlife Federation for her contributions in leadership as the immediate past president and CEO of the Climate...
2015/03/17 19:21
2015/03/17 19:21
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Simone Lightfoot, an Ann Arbor school board member, recently resigned from a committee that will make recommendations about reforming Detroit's schools and in doing so unleashed a searing critique of...
2015/03/16 23:40
2015/03/16 23:40
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The National Wildlife Federation is giving away 10,000 “Butterfly Heroes Garden” kits to help save the monarch butterfly. The NWF’s new Butterfly Hero Campaign is asking people to snap a photo while...
2015/03/14 08:37
2015/03/14 08:37
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The same was true at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Family in Mills River, where their environmentally friendly projects earned the congregation certification as a GreenFaith Church, and at...
2015/03/14 04:12
2015/03/14 04:12
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Turtle comes out of its shell at Toledo ZooTink arrives in city Friday from Miami for Gulf of Mexico exhibit A rescued sea turtle named Tink swims in its new home after arriving Friday night at the...
2015/03/14 02:55
2015/03/14 02:55
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CHARLOTTE, NC (Joe Marusak/The Charlotte Observer) - The National Wildlife Federation has named Charlotte to its Top 10 list of the most wildlife-friendly cities in America. The federation cited...
2015/03/12 20:16
2015/03/12 20:16
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A report by the National Wildlife Federation finds that the 3-year-old BP spill is still having a serious negative effect on the ecology of the Gulf of Mexico and its wildlife populations. Pictured:...
2015/03/11 08:10
2015/03/11 08:10
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BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - His name is Bob Love, but he could be a rock star if Louisiana whooping cranes could speak English. Louisiana Department of Wildlife And Fisheries named Love as its...
2015/03/11 04:32
2015/03/11 04:32
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Seneca County Department of Job and Family Services Director Kathy Oliver said food assistance is steadily decreasing in the county and the department is providing about $800,000 a month. At its peak,...
2015/03/09 19:09
2015/03/09 19:09
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No Sleep ’Til St. Patrick’s Day: Highlights of Columbus St. Paddy’s Day events Saint Patrick's Day, also known as the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration that occurs every...
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