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Federal Coal Leasing Undermining Obama’s Climate Goals

12 hours 42 min ago
Coal mining on public lands could wipe out power plant reforms, Greenpeace report finds
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Time in the Wilderness Supplies Lessons for (Planetary) Survival

17 hours 37 min ago
In celebration of the Wilderness Act’s 50th anniversary
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Unsafe at Any Speed

July 25, 2014
Will new DOT regulations prevent another oil by rail disaster?
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Radar Station on Tiny Indian Island Could Harm Rare Hornbill Population

July 24, 2014
Conservationists fear India’s new government is ignoring environmental concerns in rush to clear projects
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The Comeback Cat

July 23, 2014
Jaguars have critical habitat set aside for them in the Southwest. But is it enough for the predator to recover?
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A Pledge that Promises to Keep Seeds Free For All to Use

July 22, 2014
In battle against seed patents, plant breeders and advocates find inspiration in open source software
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EPA Restricts Mine Waste Disposal in Bristol Bay Watershed

July 21, 2014
A crucial step towards protecting the world’s most prolific salmon fishery
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In Review: Snowpiercer

July 19, 2014
No, it’s not another climate change dystopia flick. It’s the first geoengineering dystopia flick
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Court Bars Paved Serengeti Highway, But Concerns Remain

July 18, 2014
Tanzania still plans to upgrade existing dirt track to gravel, which could lead to increased traffic through the park
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Denton Council Washes Hands of Fracking Ban Proposal, Now Voters Will Decide in November

July 17, 2014
Texas city’s marathon public hearing reveals citizens’ outrage, exposes oil & gas industry’s bullying and fear-mongering
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Your Tax Dollars Fund Climate Change Denial

July 16, 2014
US still spending billions a year on fossil fuel subsidies
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Let’s Have a Marshall Plan for Clean Energy in the Caribbean

July 15, 2014
The vulnerable islands are a perfect laboratory to test out renewable energy solutions to our climate crisis
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$30,000 to the First Person Who Can Prove Man-Made Climate Change Isn’t Real

July 14, 2014
Physicist Christopher Keating’s challenge to climate skeptics goes viral
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A Ramble Through the Woods Can Help Beat Stress-Related Health Issues

July 11, 2014
The Japanese concept of Shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing”, is now supported by a growing body of research
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From Personalized Climate to Trash Trackers, Researchers Explore Radical Redesign of Cities

July 10, 2014
MIT's Senseable Cities Lab advocates using social media to build “open source,” sustainable urban spaces
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A Simple Measure is Dramatically Reducing Albatross Deaths in South African Waters

July 09, 2014
15 of the world’s 22 albatross species are at risk of extinction, but they can be saved
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Brazil Spends Billions on “Green” World Cup, But Does Little to Protect Environmentalists

July 08, 2014
South American nation holds the dubious distinction of having the highest number of murders of environmental activists
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“The Whole City Would Have Burned”

July 07, 2014
One year later, the small town of Lac-Megantic is still at the heart of oil-by-rail debate
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Farming for Developers

July 04, 2014
Coastal Commission Stories – Lesson One
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Southeast Chicago’s Battle Against Petcoke

July 03, 2014
Residents and local environmental groups face well-financed foes – Charles and David Koch
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