Teenager invents faster way to...

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[Translate] Megan Treacy (@mtreacy)   TREEHUGGER Technology / Clean Technology © Hayley Todesco An 18-year-old from Canada has...

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8 things you should know about...

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[Translate] Bio Eide Deep Sea Mission PLASTIC OH NO By Sara Bernard   grist When you hear the words “Great Pacific Garbage Patch,”...

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Fracking Fuels Conflict Over W...

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[Translate]     A wind farm in Nova Scotia, Canada, where a fracking ban favors renewable energy. Photo by Dennis Jarvis via...

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“There are no silver bullets”:...

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[Translate] Humans have overcome plenty of natural crises before, Ruth DeFries tells Salon. Will we be able to do so again? Lindsay...

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HOW METHANE WRECKED OBAMA̵...

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[Translate] Environment Bad News for Obama: Fracking May Be Worse Than Burning Coal New science shows that thanks to methane leaks,...

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As Aircraft Emissions Skyrocke...

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[Translate] by Ari Phillips CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: shutterstock Air travel is a carbon-intensive industry, and just like vehicles...

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Not Even Toxic Waste Stops Gen...

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[Translate]   Environment   City Limits / By Jarrett Murphy Archive articles, federal documents, slideshows and more on the three big...

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A PROFOUNDLY BAD IDEA FOR THE ...

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[Translate] Lynne Peeples   huffingtonpost.com Big Coal’s Plans For The Pacific Northwest Take A Major Hit Doctors, tribal...

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Why the scientific case agains...

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[Translate] Shutterstock By Chris Mooney   GRIST Cross-posted from Climate Desk On the political right, it’s pretty popular these...

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Fracking operations get even c...

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[Translate] By Samantha Larson  GRIST Daniel Foster Fracking companies have tried their best to quell the public’s fears about the...

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Study Shines Light On Mysterio...

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[Translate] by Ari Phillips CLIMATE PROGRESS Washington Gov. Jay Inslee views the Chiwaukum Creek Fire near Leavenworth, Wash., from...

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Drilling Company Owner Gets 28...

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[Translate] by Emily Atkin CLIMATE PROGRESS The Mahoning River. CREDIT: Jack Pearce/Flickr The owner of a small Ohio oil and gas...

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Small Town Terror: Birds Falli...

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[Translate] AlterNet / By Cliff Weathers A rural Michigan hamlet is still suffering the toxic effects of a chemical plant shuttered...

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Frackers are strip-mining the ...

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[Translate]   By Brentin Mock  GRIST Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism There’s a new gold rush: sand. The...

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“Canadians Can’t Drink T...

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[Translate]   by Katie Valentine  CLIMATE PROGRESS Mount Polley Mine tailings pond breach CREDIT: Cariboo Regional...

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In 2014, Colorado Oil And Gas ...

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[Translate] by Tom Kenworthy CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Shutterstock The more they drill, the more they spill. And the part about...

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Lobbyists bidding to block gov...

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[Translate] By Heather Rogers  GRIST Cross-posted from ProPublica Scott Ableman In early 2011, after years of study, the Occupational...

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NOT IN MY BACKYARD – FLA...

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[Translate] Coal Exports Are ‘Single Biggest Flaw In U.S. Climate Policy,’ Former EPA Official Warns  | By By DINA...

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Why A Jury’s Historic $3M Awar...

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[Translate] Tim Ruggiero/Flickr by Emily Atkin CLIMATE PROGRESS The Parr family wanted payback. For three years, they were sick —...

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Under Water: The EPA’s Struggl...

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[Translate] By Naveena Sadasivam, ProPublica  TRUTHDIG Shutterstock For years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has been...

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Win-Win Way to Aid Food Securi...

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[Translate]     Water pressure: rice fields in China use huge amounts of irrigation water. Photo by Chensiyuan via Wikimedia Commons...

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Australia repeals carbon tax, ...

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[Translate] By John Upton Shutterstock The cartoonish stereotype of Australia of yesteryear featured a rough-headed bloke in...

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Green roofs could prevent sewa...

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[Translate] Manon Verchot (@maverchot) Design / Urban Design © Photo cred: Manon Verchot || Brooklyn Grange, one of the biggest...

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The Carnage of Pollution

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[Translate]   By Evaggelos Vallianatos, SpeakOut | Op-Ed Plowed field, Coachella Valley. (Photo: Merilynn Waters) Congressional...

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“As Summer Officially Be...

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[Translate]   By Joanna M. Foster THINK PROGRESS Team leader Todd Farrar uses a shovel to search for oil in the surf in Perdido...

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Singing the Methane Blues

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[Translate] Dr. Sten Odenwald Astronomer, National Institute of Aerospace  HUFFINGTON POST While everyone else is watching the...

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GMO companies are dousing Hawa...

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[Translate] The Kauai Cocktail By Paul Koberstein Shutterstock WAIMEA, HAWAII — The island of Kauai, Hawaii, has become Ground Zero...

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It’s crowded up there: B...

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[Translate] Michael Graham Richard (@Michael_GR) Science / Natural Sciences Screen capture Orbital Objects Those of you who have seen...

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The $142 Trillion Resource No ...

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[Translate] CLIMATE PROGRESS BY JEFF SPROSS CREDIT: Shutterstock The benefits human civilization enjoys from the world’s natural...

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CAN WE GREEN BIG OIL?

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[Translate]   Is a greener oil industry possible? David Poritz thinks so By Eve Andrews It’s hard to pick a more onerous...

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