EPA Announces $43 Million For ...

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[Translate] by Ari PhillipsCLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: flickr/ Lorenzo Ridi On Wednesday, the Environmental Protection Agency announced...

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Climate Renews Famine Risk to ...

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[Translate] Posted on Oct 20, 2014 By Alex Kirby, Climate News Network  TRUTHDIG     Lack of water is a real concern for people in...

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We can provide power to everyo...

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[Translate] Indians installing solar panels on a roof.    DIVatUSAID By John Light   GRIST When we talk about international climate...

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Tornadoes Are Attacking in Swa...

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[Translate]   Environment   EcoWatch / By Anastasia Pantsios  via ALTERNET The destructive power of a single tornado fearsome enough,...

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Hysteria Over Ebola Fuels Raci...

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[Translate]   By Sonali Kolhatkar   TRUTHDIG   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Thomas Frieden attends...

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Lost Louisiana: The race to re...

Oct 18, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Damien Benoit By Suzanne Goldenberg   VIA GRIST Cross-posted from The Guardian The GPS showed David Morgan still on dry...

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Save the climate, pay a farmer

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[Translate] Robert Couse-Baker By Nathanael Johnson   GRIST   If you just pay attention to the headlines — politicians squabble as we...

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This graphic novelist tells th...

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[Translate] Philippe Squarzoni People Look who’s changing the world. By Sara Bernard   VIA GRIST   If Philippe Squarzoni knows...

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Can Progressives, Enviros, And...

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[Translate] by Joe Romm   CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Shutterstock “Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.” —...

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Can Climate Change Unite the L...

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[Translate] Environment October 14, 2014 by Naomi Klein  MOYERS & COMPANY This essay first appeared at In These Times, and was...

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Drop a brick, feel better abou...

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[Translate] bowl movement By Sara Bernard   grist If every Californian dropped a brick in the toilet, according to founders of the...

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How deforestation helped unlea...

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[Translate] Shutterstock Treebola By Amelia Urry  GRIST Perhaps you have heard about Ebola, otherwise known as The Most Terrifying...

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Nature called. She wants you t...

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[Translate] By Amelia Urry  GRIST That old saw that “nature is talking to you” has never been taken so literally since Disney’s...

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World of Clean Energy ‘Feasibl...

Oct 12, 2014 Posted by

[Translate]     Keeping it clean: a hydropower site at Holbuvatnet in the highlands of eastern Norway. Photo by Ximonic/Simo Räsänen...

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‘The Other CO2 Problem’: How A...

Oct 11, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] by Emily Atkin CLIMATE PROGRESS A Norwegin coral reef with gorgonian and stony corals in Norway. CREDIT: AP Photo/GEOMAR,...

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Climate Change Is Driving Heat...

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[Translate] Kate Sheppard huffingtonpost.com WASHINGTON –- The record-setting heat wave in Australia last year was “largely...

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21 Numbers That Explain Why Th...

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[Translate] The Huffington Post  | By Sara Boboltz As this week’s viral photo of 35,000 walruses crammed on an Alaskan shore...

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Coastal Cities Are Drowning, T...

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[Translate]   Climate Central  | By John Upton This story originally appeared on Climate Central. Coastal American cities are...

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Super Typhoon Vongfong menaces...

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[Translate] Doyle Rice, USA TODAY 1:19 p.m. EDT October 8, 2014 (Photo: NASA/NOAA/CIRA/RAMMB)   Super Typhoon Vongfong, in the...

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Emma Thompson just won our hea...

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[Translate] Shutterstock sense & sensibility By Amelia UrryGRIST Is it weird that my crush on Emma Thompson rivals the world’s...

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These 10 countries have pledge...

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[Translate]  . By James West  GRIST Cross-posted from Climate Desk Poorer countries typically get the rough end of global...

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Water is the new oil: How corp...

Oct 6, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Water has become a commodity, Karen Piper tells Salon, and the world’s poor are paying the price Lindsay Abrams...

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Politico’s dopey climate denia...

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[Translate] A conservative writer draws hilariously sweeping conclusions from a controversy involving Neil deGrasse Tyson Peter...

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Farm tech isn’t a war between ...

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[Translate] Grist / Amelia Bates Hungry, hungry humans By Nathanael Johnson  GRIST On Sept. 29, the U.N. Food and Agriculture...

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Going vegetarian can cut your ...

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[Translate] Shutterstock The thin edge of the veg By John Upton   GRIST The agricultural industry is a heavy global warmer,...

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Cities are lapping countries o...

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[Translate] Yida Xu | Antonio Roberts | Stokes Rx | Willian Colindres By Ben Adler   GRIST National governments — especially the...

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So, Nietzsche and an Alaskan f...

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[Translate] Seashaken / Wikimedia Commons / Eve Andrews Deep Sea Mission PHILOSOFISHERMAN By Eve Andrews    GRIST Dylan...

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‘I’m Not A Scientist’: A Compl...

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[Translate] by Emily Atkin  CLIMATE PROGRESS From left to right: Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Florida Governor Rick Scott, U.S....

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Dahr Jamail | Climate Disrupti...

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[Translate] Given that over 97 percent of climate scientists agree on the matter, the fact that anyone is questioning the reality of...

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War and Climate Change: Time t...

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[Translate]   By Sheila D. Collins, TRUTHOUT.ORG| Op-Ed Left: A U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft flies over northern Iraq...

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