Climate Is Top Concern In The ...

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[Translate] By Ari Phillips CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Chetwoods Architects Two very large and very different edifices in distant parts...

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From Personalized Climate to T...

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[Translate]   Environment   Earth Island Journal / By Hanna Morris MIT’s Senseable Cities Lab advocates using social media to...

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July 10, 2014 A Day for Women ...

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[Translate] At the most basic level, the cause of climate disruption is obvious: a rise in heat-trapping gases in our atmosphere...

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At Chez Dumpster, every missha...

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[Translate]   Dumpster divine By Nathanael Johnson  GRIST Josh Treuhaft, Salvage Supperclub An obscene amount of the food we...

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6 ways climate change is ruini...

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[Translate] Heat waves are only the beginning — it’s about to get really ugly out there, everyone VIDEO Lindsay Abrams...

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6 terrifying effects of El Niñ...

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[Translate] Analysts say there’s an 80 percent chance the weather phenomenon will return this year. Here’s what to expect...

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Is the Grand Canyon doomed? Th...

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[Translate] Two new developments have been planned that could pose a threat to the park Sarah Gray  SALON.COM Grand Canyon National...

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We must kill the McMansion! Go...

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[Translate] Our homes dwarf those in every country on Earth. We can’t control our environmental impact until that changes Henry...

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Why Food You’ve Salvaged...

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[Translate]   Food   AlterNet / By Ari LeVaux Salvaging food that would have gone unharvested could help feed the hungry and reduce...

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Scientific Compendium Shows Wh...

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[Translate] EcoWatch Comments Reams of research points to multiple health dangers and backs anti-fracking activists’ claims....

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A “nationwide gentrification e...

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[Translate] Census data suggests that in 1980 a college graduate could expect to earn about 38 percent more than a worker with only a...

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PREDATORY CAPITALISM: OLD TREN...

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[Translate]   By CJ Polychroniou, Truthout | News Analysis (Image: Bar code, shark teeth, empty suit via Shutterstock; Edited: JR/TO)...

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NIST Net Zero Energy House is ...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter) Design / Green Architecture Public Domain NIST When the NIST Net-Zero Energy Residential Test...

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The Weird And Wonderful World ...

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[Translate] By Annie-Rose Strasser CLIMATE PROGRESS In an unassuming industrial park on a flat landscape, off a service road lined...

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Hundreds Of Miles Of Coast Now...

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[Translate] By Joanna M. Foster CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: SHUTTERSTOCK Over 685 miles of nesting beach and more than 300,000 square...

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REWARDING COMPANIES FOR ACCELE...

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[Translate] Federal Government Still Spending Billions To Subsidize Fossil Fuels HUFFINGTON POST WASHINGTON – Over the past five...

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Climate Change Means We Need T...

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[Translate] Reuters OSLO, July 9 (Reuters) – The baseline for “normal” weather used by everyone from farmers to...

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Safe and Healthy Routes for Ur...

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[Translate] 07/08/2014 by Yoshi Silverstein  THE DIRT Investing in bicycle infrastructure is good for people and cities For urban...

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Blue Urbanism: A Mutually Sust...

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[Translate] 07/09/2014 by Jared Green  THE DIRT Timothy Beatley, professor of sustainable communities at the University of Virginia,...

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Salvadoran Farmers Successfull...

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[Translate]   By Dahr Jamail, Truthout | Report (Photo: Edgardo Ayala) Farmers across El Salvador united to block a stipulation in a...

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Syngenta seeks exemption from ...

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[Translate] Sami Grover (@samigrover)   GRIST Science / Sustainable Agriculture CC BY 2.0 coniferconifer When Europe approved a...

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Students Collaborate on Solar-...

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[Translate] Point of View The METROPOLIS Blog Martin C. Pedersen Designers from RISD, Brown, and the University of Applied Science...

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When storms hit, scrappy local...

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[Translate]   Location, location, location By Greg Hanscom GRIST Reuters / Keith Bedford Damage in the Rockaways. With yet...

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Dubious Dubai: World’s l...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter)  treehugger Design / Urban Design © Mall of the world via Designboom It’s got everything,...

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Photographer Captures Poetry a...

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[Translate] inShare1 David Friedlander Architecture Few things provide context for a place like an aerial view. When we only see...

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What Every Governor Really Bel...

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[Translate] By Tiffany Germain, Guest Contributor and Ryan Koronowski CLIMATE PROGRESS Rising oceans and more severe flooding are...

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Top ten posts of the week, fro...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter)  TREEHUGGER House Ad La And we all break out singing “Gimme a head with hair, long...

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9 green homes in Bath by Hewit...

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[Translate] credit: wp/ Bath Royal Crescent Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter) Design / Green Architecture July 3, 2014 One of the glories of...

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In the Colombian rainforest, a...

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[Translate] By Tanya Dimitrova GRIST Anthrotect On a stifling hot afternoon, five men make their way through the dense rainforest of...

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Meet the gleaners — fighting h...

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The U.S. spends $750 million each year to dispose of surplus food.

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