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danriverfi

| December 15, 2014
At long last, the eve of the final standard is here, and the big question is whether or not...
mandelaalbumfi

| December 12, 2014
Connect4Climate is honored to salute the leadership of Nelson Mandela with a tribute we hope would...
climaterealityfi

| December 12, 2014
The good news is that the decades of international inaction did not forestall climate action on a local scale, and...
diablocanyonfi

| December 11, 2014
A powerful grassroots movement is rising up in California to shut the last reactors...
solarrocksfi

| December 10, 2014
Every 3 minutes of every single day, the U.S. solar industry is flipping the switch on another...
ruffaloga

| December 10, 2014
I am writing to tell you about a brave 11-year-old boy named Itzcuauhtli. I first saw him...
droughtmannfi

| December 9, 2014
I fear that the dubious claims by this latest report simply complicate prospects for...
penafi

| December 8, 2014
As a former U.S. Secretary of Energy, you are in a unique position to speak out and make a difference on...
ecohumanfi

| December 7, 2014
As Martin Luther King, Jr. said, "In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but...
hagupitfi

| December 7, 2014
This year, like last year and the year before these negotiations take place against a devastating backdrop of...
mckibbenfi

| December 4, 2014
But no one should run a board forever, and so I think it’s time someone else should be engaged in that particular task, leaving me...
Activists flooded Sen. Bennet's office phone, his office in Denver, and his office in Washington, DC before, during and after the Keystone XL vote.

| December 3, 2014
Democratic Senator Michael Bennet claims he's not a climate denier, but...
floodingfi

| December 2, 2014
Taxpayers are underwriting the destruction of our rivers' precious natural qualities...

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