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Water’s Rising Because It’s Getting Warmer
That research shows that sea levels are rising and human-caused climate change is the cause. Don’t just take our word for it; help yourself to the mountain of scientific literature showing as much.
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A Food Revolution: The Climate Case for a Factory Farm Ban
We need to take bold action over the next decade in order to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. This includes tackling the greenhouse gas emissions created by food production, including meat and other animal products.
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“They want to bring that oil through here, but we say that we will stop Kinder Morgan,” George-Parker said. “It is not happening.” (Photo: Emma Cassidy, Greenpeace) Views
“We Are Going to Not Allow Kinder Morgan to Finish This Pipeline”
Not only is the growing resistance from the local community, indigenous rights groups and local and US-based environmental groups to the pipeline, but even the financial community thinks the economics and changing energy market is stacked against it.
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Humans Less Than 1% of Life on Earth, But Have Destroyed Half of Its Plants, More Than 80% of All Mammals
"It is pretty staggering," said the lead researcher of the new study
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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s move to eliminate so-called ‘secret science’ has long been sought by conservatives. (Photo: Gage Skidmore, CC BY-NC-ND) Views
Why the EPA’s ‘Secret Science’ Proposal Alarms Public Health Experts
Pruitt is moving to rid the EPA of the science needed for effective regulation.
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'Reality Check': Report Shows 'Staggering' Failure to Protect Biodiversity as Humans Threaten Third of Nature Reserves
"Protected areas are the primary defense against biodiversity loss, but extensive human activity within their boundaries can undermine this."
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'Somebody's Cheating': 8 Years After Ban, Scientists Urge World Leaders to Find Mysterious Source Behind Skyrocketing CFC Levels
"We're raising a flag to the global community to say, 'This is what's going on, and it is taking us away from timely recovery of the ozone layer.'"
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50 Years Later, 'Catonsville 9' Burning of Vietnam Draft Notices Continues to Inspire
"Our apologies, good friends, for the fracture of good order, the burning of paper instead of children."
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As World's Oceans Warm, Hundreds of Fish Species Forced to Swim for Their Lives
"It's like the rug is slowly getting pulled out from under our fishing communities."
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'Clear Human Fingerprints' Found by NASA Study of Increasingly Dire Global Water Shortages
"This report is a warning and an insight into a future threat."
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