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Washington Completes the First Fully Electrified Scenic Loop Drive

October 24, 2014
Travelers can now take 440-mile zero-emissions ride through the Cascades’ glacier-clad peaks and evergreen forests
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50 Years Ago, the Anti-Nuclear Movement Scored Its First Major Victory in CA

October 23, 2014
An interview with Bill Kortum, who helped lead the opposition to a nuke plant at Bodega Bay
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Missouri’s “Right to Farm” Amendment has Family Farmers Worried

October 22, 2014
New measure aims to preempt potential animal welfare and environmental regulations in the state
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Protecting the “Last Ocean”

October 21, 2014
Delegates from 24 countries and EU to debate massive marine preserve in the Antarctic
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Monitoring Environmental Destruction From the Sky

October 20, 2014
SkyTruth uses satellite imagery and data-crunching to track fracking, mountaintop removal, and oil spills around the world
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Protecting Wild Salmon and Wild Rivers

October 17, 2014
US Forest Service should place a mineral withdrawal on critical Smith River watershed
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EPA’s Approval of Toxic Pesticide Ignores Health and Safety Risks

October 16, 2014
Dow Chemical's new line of GE seeds will drastically increase the use of 2,4-D, a harmful and volatile chemical
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Will National Forests Be Sacrificed to the Biomass Industry?

October 15, 2014
The US Forest Service wants to sell our forests for fuel in the name of wildfire reduction
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Nature Needs Half

October 14, 2014
Conservation group promoting an ambitious new proposal for wilderness protection
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Experts Look to Lithium Extraction in the Race to Save California’s Salton Sea

October 13, 2014
Geothermal brine in the region may contain North America’s largest deposit of the element that’s key to the electronics industry
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Obama Declares Part of San Gabriel Mountains a National Monument

October 10, 2014
The wild Is where you find It, and it is always worth protecting
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Carbon in the Tank

October 10, 2014
The price of gasoline in the US reflects not actual costs but the reflected glare of the margins necessary for oil companies to sustain hefty profits.
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PA State Police and Private Security Firms Keeping Close Tabs on Fracking Opponents

October 09, 2014
Environmental watchdogs worried about the criminalization of dissent
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Election 2014: A Guide to the Biggest Environmental Battles

October 08, 2014
Green PACs amping up spending; more GMO initiatives; soda tax fights
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The Ghost in the GMO Machine

October 07, 2014
Independent research shows that Chlorpyrifos, an insecticide used in Kaua‘i's GMO fields, can cause significant harm to children, but Dow Chemical is intent on convincing the EPA otherwise
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What’s Wrong With the Radical Critique of the People’s Climate March

October 06, 2014
The movement to stop climate change needs both mass mobilizations and direct action.
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The Risky Business of Building on Sand

October 03, 2014
In Review: Shored Up
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Across the US, Cities Struggle to Figure Out How to Accommodate Urban Farming

October 02, 2014
Widespread interest in urban agriculture is forcing local authorities to re-examine rules that prohibit farming in cities
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Rwanda Launches Project to Rid Its Freshwater Lakes of Suffocating Weed

October 01, 2014
Initiative to remove water hyacinth from lakes is part of a long-term effort to restore the African nation’s fragile ecosystems
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Earth Has Lost Half of Its Wildlife in the Past 40 Years, Says WWF

October 01, 2014
Species across land, rivers and seas decimated as humans kill for food in unsustainable numbers and destroy habitats
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