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Environmental advocacy groups filed suit today against the United Bulk coal export terminal...
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From Hawaii to Arizona, national parks are leading the way to protect our two most precious natural resources...
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| March 18, 2014
The glaciers of northeast Greenland, long thought to be the most stable part of the massive Greenland ice sheet...
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| March 17, 2014
Time-lapse photography from a camera strapped to a tree has captured a year’s worth of images...
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| March 17, 2014
Nearly four years after the BP Deepwater Horizon oil and gas disaster in the Gulf of Mexico...
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| March 17, 2014
“The Colorado River is an American treasure, one of our great icons, but we’ve overused it. It hasn’t...
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| March 14, 2014
The cleanup is part of an effort that includes moving three leaky coal ash dumps away from waterways near...
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| March 12, 2014
"When obsolete dams come down, rivers bound back to life"...
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| March 10, 2014
Coal ash—the residue from burning coal to generate electricity—is abundant and cheap...
Dike 8 area of Folsom Lake. Photo credit: Department of Water Resources

| March 7, 2014
A University of California Berkeley professor believes the drought could carry on for decades...
Waterkeeper Alliance was at the Governor's Mansion in Raleigh on Wednesday March 5, with a whole lot of  North Carolina voters and tax payers to demand clean up of Duke Energy’s toxic ash holes. Photo Credit: Pete Harrison, Waterkeeper Alliance

| March 7, 2014
Yesterday, Duke and DENR’s four year failure to do what is required by North Carolina law and ignoring the unified voice of...
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| March 6, 2014
The ruling comes a month after a massive coal ash spill from a Duke facility in...

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