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Film Review: A Fierce Green Fire

April 18, 2014
Rousing PBS documentary covering 50 years of environmentalism to honor Earth Day
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Oregon’s Klamath River Basin One Step Closer to Historic Dam Removal

April 17, 2014
Deal among Native Americans, farmers, ranchers and fishermen marks a triumph for cooperation.
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California Game Commission to Consider Whether to Protect Gray Wolf

April 16, 2014
It is only a matter of time before wolves re-establish themselves in the Golden State
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Environmentalists Could Win the Keystone XL Battle and Still Lose the War

April 15, 2014
Will the KXL fight be environmentalists’ Vietnam?
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A Fresh Boost of Energy for Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaigns on US Campuses

April 14, 2014
At the 2014 Fossil Fuel Divestment Convergence, students renewed their pledge to dig deep, link up, and take action
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A Way to Come Together on Public Lands Conservation

April 14, 2014
If Congress doesn’t like President Obama’s national monument designation, it should pass the dozens of pending wilderness bills
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Showtime Series Uses Star Power to Drive Home the Truth About Our Warming World

April 11, 2014
Can a 60 Minutes-meets-Ocean’s Eleven show on climate change lure viewers away from Don Draper?
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Overpopulation Must Remain a Key Issue for Environmentalists

April 11, 2014
A second take on Alan Weisman’s Countdown
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Why US Fracking Companies are Licking their Lips Over Ukraine

April 10, 2014
From climate change to Crimea, the natural gas industry is supreme at exploiting crisis for private gain – what I call the shock doctrine, writes Naomi Klein
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Addressing Food Security in Cape Town, One Garden at a Time

April 10, 2014
Home gardens in crime-ravaged community prove the power of resourcefulness in the face of adversity
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California’s San Joaquin tops list of America’s 10 Most Endangered Rivers

April 09, 2014
This isn’t a list of the worst rivers, but of rivers at crossroads, says American Rivers
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Call climate change what it is: violence

April 08, 2014
Social unrest and famine, superstorms and droughts. Places, species and human beings – none will be spared. Welcome to Occupy Earth
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Spring Cleaning: Dusting Toxins Off Couches

April 08, 2014
Proposed California bill aims to inform consumers and reduce use of toxic flame retardants
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ABC Bakers’ Girl Scout Cookies Still Contain Unsustainable Palm Oil

April 07, 2014
With other companies making progress on palm oil, there’s no excuse for Girl Scouts’ inaction
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d-Con — Our Next DDT?

April 04, 2014
Reckitt Benckiser sues California over ban on rat poison that kills wildlife
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Crossing the Border

April 04, 2014
Climate researcher set out to raise alarm about a warming world, but it was his understanding of the world’s problems that changed the most
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Exxon Mobil’s Response to Climate Change is Consummate Arrogance

April 03, 2014
Oil and gas giant say climate policies are highly unlikely to stop it digging up fossil fuels. So what are we going to do about it?
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As Dire as It Sounds, IPCC Report Is an Understatement

April 03, 2014
The consensus text does not track the bleeding edge of anxiety
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Good News for a Change: It’s Looking Like the Pebble Mine May Never Be Built

April 02, 2014
EPA action and bipartisan opposition could permanently block proposed mine at the headwaters of Alaska’s Bristol Bay
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What Does a Future Without Nuclear Power Look Like for Southern California?

April 01, 2014
State wants renewables in the mix, but ultimately utilities will get to decide where most of the power will come from
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