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| April 10, 2014
While Democrats continue to pander to Big Coal contributors and...
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| April 7, 2014
If cloud computing were a country, it would rank sixth in the world on...
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The move to export LNG is not about national security, but rather politics and...
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| April 1, 2014
Pursuing wind power as part of our move toward clean energy makes sense. Wind power has...
Small scale organic farmer inspecting a soya field in Parana. Photo credit: Greenpeace

| March 31, 2014
The model of farming we choose can either make us more vulnerable, or help us...
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| March 28, 2014
Earlier this morning, Rocky Branch supporters were arrested for...
Ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that climate change is here and now, that this means we risk abrupt and irreversible changes to the climate, and the sooner we act, the lower the costs and risks we face. Photo credit: Shutterstock

| March 27, 2014
It boils down to three main points—97 percent of climate...
Twenty five years after the Exxon Valdez spill shocked a nation, we seem to be at greater risk than ever. Photo credit: Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council

| March 25, 2014
Forty times more crude oil is being shipped down the...
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| March 20, 2014
Whether you’re in Colorado or elsewhere, and whether you’re with a small group or large, start local, get engaged and...
Amira Odeh fosters sustainable water consumption at the University of
Puerto Rico’s Rio Piedras campus. Photo courtesy of Brower Youth Awards

| March 19, 2014
People always ask me how I stay optimistic in the face of so much bad news about the environment. Easy: I stop and look around me at all the people...
Scientists at the Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, studied five geoengineering schemes and concluded they’re “either relatively ineffective with limited warming reductions, or they have potentially severe side effects and cannot be stopped without causing rapid climate change.” Photo credit: James Jordan/Creative Commons

| March 18, 2014
Now that climate change has become undeniable, with consequences getting worse daily, many experts are eyeing solutions. Some are...
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| March 17, 2014
Green roofs are an alternative to concrete pipes and water treatment facilities for handling stormwater runoff. Green roofs capture...
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| March 15, 2014
This final dispatch looks at Japan's prospects for replacing atomic power with renewables, from a massive...

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