Latin America at a Climate Cro...

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[Translate]   By Susan McDade, Inter Press Service | Report Wind turbine in Bonaire, Caribbean. (Photo: Boris Kasimov) United Nations...

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Paul Krugman has good news: “C...

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[Translate] The New York Times columnist continues to argue that stopping climate change won’t be as hard as we think Elias...

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Putting Solar Panels On School...

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[Translate] by Jeff Spross CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Shutterstock Any building with a large, flat rooftop is a prime candidate for a...

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Buy Less Stuff, Downsize for t...

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[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED Behavior The People’s Climate March is happening this Sunday, September 21 in New York...

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White House: Factory farms are...

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[Translate] New executive orders aimed at staving off “the next pandemic” both acknowledge and ignore livestock’s...

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Five Big Considerations for th...

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[Translate] Moyers & Company Climate Change: The Next Generation by John Light and Charina Nadura As climate change ripples...

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The future of energy is 100% r...

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[Translate] Sami Grover (@samigrover)   TREEHUGGER Energy / Renewable Energy Video screen capture The Future of Energy “The...

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Al Gore is still trying to sav...

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[Translate] Climate Reality By Ben Adler   GRIST   Al Gore still loves his graphs. He’s lost weight since going vegan and his hair...

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Why Scotland’s independence vo...

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[Translate] Phyllis Buchanan By James West  GRIST Cross-posted from Climate Desk As you’ve no doubt seen by now, Scottish voters are...

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Giant clothing swap could be t...

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[Translate] Margaret Badore (@mbadore)  TREEHUGGER Living / Sustainable Fashion © Margaret Badore. Global Fashion Exchange hosted a...

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World’s Oldest Beehive D...

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[Translate] Bonnie Alter   TREEHUGGER Design / Sustainable Product Design Image from scotsman.com We have read a lot about the demise...

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Planet earth vs. roads: The ep...

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[Translate] Roads are essential to human civilization, but they disrupt vitally important ecosystems. So what do we do? Henry Grabar ...

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Robert Reich Calls Out Harvard...

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[Translate]   Economy   Robert Reich’s Blog / By Robert Reich  VIA ALTERNET The top educator of American CEOs needs to rethink...

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Largest City In Vermont Now Ge...

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[Translate] by Ari Phillips CLIMATE PROGRESS Water flows through the Winooski One hydro-electric plant in Winooski, VT. The...

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In A Warmer, More Acidic Ocean...

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[Translate] by Katie Valentine CLIMATE PROGRESS An aerial view of an Emiliania huxleyi bloom off the southern coast of Devon and...

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Climate Crimes and the Greenwa...

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[Translate]   Naomi Klein has a new book: This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate. (photo: The Guardian UK) By Naomi...

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How Our National Parks Are Mee...

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[Translate]   Environment   Earth Island Journal / By Jason Mark   VIA ALTERNET An interview with parks director Jon Jarvis about...

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Four Ways Industrial Ag Is Des...

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[Translate]  By Hannah Bewsey and Katherine Paul, Organic Consumers Association | Report  via TRUTHOUT (Image: Soil testing via...

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RARE WIN FOR THE ELEPHANTS

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[Translate] Rare Victory Against Poachers In Mozambique As Country Fights To Save Species  | By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA   VIA HUFFINGTON...

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Environmental Groups Sue Gover...

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[Translate] by Katie Valentine  CLIMATE PROGRESS Firefighters and rescue workers work along the tracks where several CSX tanker cars...

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Illegal Deforestation Is Growi...

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[Translate]     A vast palm oil plantation sweeps across the foothills in West Java, Indonesia. Photo by Achmad Rabin Taim via...

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Burger King’s black cheeseburg...

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[Translate] A bizarre fast food item with a message, maybe Lindsay Abrams SALON.COM   Burger King Japan is (re)introducing its...

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Newly discovered species defie...

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[Translate] Two mushroom-like species discovered off the coast of Southeast Australia could change how we understand zoology Joanna...

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Why Energy Efficiency Is The M...

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[Translate] by Jeff Spross CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Shutterstock Energy efficiency has graduated from the “hidden fuel” to the “first...

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In Praise of the Mobile Home P...

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[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED Architecture A recent NY Times article centered around Montauk Shores, a mobile home park...

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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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House Republicans slash fundin...

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[Translate] Ebola has killed over 2,200 people in the largest outbreak in history Joanna Rothkopf   SALON.COM The White House...

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Are We Living up to Our Design...

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[Translate] 09/09/2014 by The Dirt Contributor Do sustainable landscapes live up to the lofty goals promised by landscape architects?...

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The High Ideals of the Living ...

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[Translate] Metropolis Magazine / July-August 2014 / Jason F. McLennan, CEO of the International Living Future Institute, on shaping...

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Canadian Tycoon’s Opulen...

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[Translate]   Environment   EcoWatch / By Anastasia Pantsios  via ALTERNET   Watchdog groups are taking mogul Peter Nygård to...

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