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Sep 30, 2012 Posted by Casey Coates Danson
A simple initiative in the Philippines is bringing a bit of brightness into the lives of the country’s poorest people.
You’ve heard of speed dating, but if you’re a young farmer, you might want to try weed dating.
If you hate the Barclays Center project in Brooklyn — and if you don’t…
Clean energy is an important part of the economy of Colorado, which is the location of the first presidential debate on Oct. 3.
A special report from the legendary veteran journalist on the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Drones unleash shocking psychological and social damage to whole families and communities…
While working on a primetime newscast, I learned that viewers love car chases and TV bosses love ratings.
Sep 29, 2012 Posted by Casey Coates Danson
Gulf of Mexico permit activity up after deadly Macondo blowout
A few weeks ago, I flew from the wide open spaces of Grand Junction, Colo., to New York, the city I now call home.
There’s more to pork than the Baconpocalypse.
Across America, schools, roads, and water systems are for sale to the highest Wall Street bidder.
[Translate] Paul Hawken’s 2009 Commencement Speech There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an...
Sep 28, 2012 Posted by Casey Coates Danson
In March, nearly two-thirds of Americans thought there should be more regulation of fracking.
Citing national security risks, President Barack Obama on Friday blocked a Chinese company from owning four wind farm projects in northern Oregon …
We can we make good planning decisions in the face of climate uncertainty?
Now that I’ve been on a safari in Africa, this really breaks my heart that these elegent creatures are being slaughtered for ivory.
The foreign minister of Pakistan told a gathering in New York on Thursday evening that the top cause of anti-Americanism in her country is…
We’re a long ways off from a post-carbon car revolution.
Well, maybe we can temporarily relax our crotchety notion that we are overconsuming unthinking pigs..
Have you ever wanted to live the life of an Argentinean soccer player?
After a months-long dry spell, Sainsbury’s has decided to settle.
Climate change is having a steroidal effect on extreme weather.
Children’s brains are branded very early in life and that could be bad news for some kids.
As we continue to manipulate nature in detrimental ways to ensure our comforts, we put one of our great needs at risk.
Romney’s answer to our energy woes “were based on nothing more than experimental errors by scientists in Utah.”
Cynthia Barnett’s new book, “Blue Revolution” issues a call for an American water ethic.
Sep 27, 2012 Posted by Casey Coates Danson
By now, you know that not all meat is created equal.
A new video released by Keystone XL pipeline opponents shows a powerful logging machine dropping a tree perilously close to a protester in a Texas forest.
Checking out at the store, the young cashier suggested to the much older woman, that she should bring her own grocery bags..
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