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Friday, August 22, 2014

Strong Quake Strikes In Bárðarbunga's Caldera As Earthquake Swarm Continues

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Shocking photos: This is what drought looks like

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China's focus on renewable energy is paying off

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Renewable energy wins a victory in the US

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Wind power continues to grow in popularity in the U.S. despite the expiration of tax ... Notably, natural gas remains the country's top source of energy.

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Ohio River oil spill cleanup may stretch into third day

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Stretch of Ohio River Reopens After Fuel Oil Spill - ABC News

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

If You Think the Water Crisis Can't Get Worse, Wait Until the Aquifers Are Drained

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/08/140819-groundwater-california-drought-aquifers-hidden-crisis/

Meet the climate deniers who want to be president | Grist

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Bárðarbunga: rumble, rumble, rumble.... (volcano watch!)

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A hydrogen fuel transition may be on the horizon

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A hydrogen fuel transition may be on the horizon

Study highlights the possibility of a hydrogen transition in transportation The University of California's Institute of Transportation Studies has released a new study concerning the commercialization of vehicles equipped with hydrogen fuel cells. These vehicles are verging on commercial launch throughout the world. Many automakers have plans to release their fuel cell vehicles to the […]​READ MORE

Fracking could be hazardous to health, warns university study

Drilling for natural gas via hydraulic fracturing without proper safeguards may lead to health problems. A recent University of Maryland (UM) study that comes from the Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health, part of the UM's public health school, cautions that the practice of fracking might be harmful to the health of workers, residents, and […]…]READ MORE

Volkswagen set to develop new electric vehicles

Automaker has plans to compete with fuel cell vehicle makers Volkswagen is growing more aggressive when it comes to clean transportation. The automaker has held a significant interest in electric vehicles for years, but is beginning to see serious competition crop up from the numerous companies that want to produce fuel cell vehicles. These vehicles...READ MORE

Geothermal energy bill a hot topic in California

The passing of a geothermal law could lead to mandatory change for the state's energy retail sellers. Known as Senate Bill 1139, the proposed legislation, authored by Coachella Valley Assemblyman V. Manual Pérez and San Diego Senator Ben Hueso, would require utilities, such as San Diego Gas & Electric or Southern California Edison, to buy […]…]READ MORE

Wind turbine "clutter" issue may be fixed

A new radar technology could remedy weather forecast problems caused by wind farms. Environment Canada, a government agency, is getting ready to test new radar technology in the hopes of solving the problems wind turbines create for meteorologists, who have a difficult time providing accurate weather forecasts because wind farms can distort and block radar […]READ MORE 

The Difference Between Fuel Cell Vehicles and Electric Vehicles

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Frackers are sending sludge to the Mitten State | Grist

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No One Wants You to Know How Bad Fukushima Might Still Be | VICE

http://m.vice.com/read/no-one-wants-you-to-know-how-bad-fukushima-might-still-be-666

Apocalypse of the "Happy Meal": Worshiping the Golden Calf

http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/25562-apocalypse-of-the-happy-meal-worshipping-the-golden-calf

NASA’s green rocket fuel set for major space test | Network World

http://www.networkworld.com/article/2466565/security0/nasa-s-green-rocket-fuel-set-for-major-space-test.html?source=NWWNLE_nlt_afterdark_2014-08-19#tk.rss_layer8

Once You Look At These 7 Satellite Photos, You Will Discover A Very Uncomfortable Truth

http://www.upworthy.com/once-you-look-at-these-7-satellite-photos-you-will-discover-a-very-uncomfortable-truth?c=upw1

Scientists warn Florida Gov. Rick Scott: ‘We’ve got to get busy’ on fighting climate change

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/08/19/scientists-warn-florida-gov-rick-scott-weve-got-to-get-busy-on-fighting-climate-change/

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Willie Nelson, Neil Young to help raise money for anti-Keystone fight | TheHill

http://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/215429-willie-nelson-neil-young-to-help-raise-money-for-anti-keystone

On the News With Thom Hartmann: Wind Power Is One Step Closer to Coal Country, and More

http://truth-out.org/news/item/25679-on-the-news-with-thom-hartmann-wind-power-is-one-step-closer-to-coal-country-and-more

The Way the Wind Blows May Not Be Enough to Prevent Ocean "Dead Zones" From Growing

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Landfill gas could be transformed into hydrogen fuel

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Landfill gas could be transformed into hydrogen fuel

A new technique can turn smelly methane gas that pollutes the air into clean energy. According to a research report that is part of the 248th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, researchers have developed a catalyst that could eventually convert landfill gas into hydrogen fuel, a clean and efficient form of power, which […]​READ MORE

The Difference Between Fuel Cell Vehicles and Electric Vehicles

Clean transportation is a trend that has emerged in the auto industry that will not disappear any time soon. Much of the auto industry has taken up the call for the production of zero-emission vehicles and a new generation of these vehicles is expected to launch within the next few years. In the coming decades,[…]READ MORE

Wind energy sets new record in the UK

UK wind power has made strong progress in the past few years and has set a new record Wind energy in the United Kingdom has set a new record, according to RenewableUK. The country has become a very strong supporter of wind power in recent years. In the coming months, the subsidies that the United[…]READ MORE

Fracking to arrive at Pittsburgh International Airport

Hydraulic fracturing will help pay off the airport's longtime debts. Later this month, Console Energy Inc. will begin drilling and fracking for natural gas at the airport, which Allegheny County officials who manage Pittsburgh International claim will bring the airport close to half a billion dollars, which will help to pay off debts that it[…]READ MORE

Faulty solar energy systems are being discovered in China

China is a leader in solar power, but faulty panels are causing troubles for the country's solar industry China has become the world's leading investors in renewable energy and one of the top countries for solar energy, but the country's domestic solar industry could be facing significant turbulence soon. Defective photovoltaic modules and other technologies[…]READ MORE 

Hydrogen fuel vehicles could be free in Japan

Japan is preparing for the launch on fuel cell vehicles in the coming years As the auto industry prepares to launch a new generation of clean transportation vehicles, drivers in Japan may be able to get the vehicles powered by fuel cells for free. Japan is one of the world's leading transportation markets and the[…] READ MORE

 

 

 

 

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Sunday, August 17, 2014

California Moves Toward Historic Statewide Ban on Single-Use Plastic Bags

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Environmentalists split over green group's fracking industry ties | Al Jazeera America

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2014/8/17/environmental-groupsfracking.html

Edelman Makes a Climate Change Pledge, but Forgets About ALEC

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Protesters Gain Detroit Water Shut-Off Moratorium, Demand Investigation of Suspected Rampant Corruption

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Military Threatens Sirens of the Sea

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Military Airstrip Could Mean Death for Dugongs

American and Japanese conservation groups represented by Earthjustice are suing to halt the construction of a U.S. military airstrip in Japan that would destroy some of the last remaining habitat for endangered Okinawa dugongs. Related to manatees, these gentle marine mammals are ancient cultural icons for the Okinawan people.

 

 

 
 

SAVE ENDANGERED DUGONGS!

Only a few Okinawa dugongs remain. Help save this gentle species and some of its last remaining habitat before it's too late!

 

 

 

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Residents of Rochelle, Georgia

City Agrees to End Injustice With a New Sewer System

A group of citizens, represented by Earthjustice, will finally get justice after the city of Rochelle, Georgia, agreed to put an end to the raw sewage bubbling into their backyards.

 

 

 
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Idaho Stops Killing Wolves

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has abandoned its plan for a professional wolf-killing program within the nation's largest forested wilderness area in the face of strong opposition and a court challenge from Earthjustice.

 

 

 

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The Cleanup Buck Should Stop With Polluters

Earthjustice is challenging the EPA's 30-year-long failure to require that polluters pay for the cleanup of their own messes, rather than stick taxpayers with the often-hefty bill.

 

 

 
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Report Finds That Coal Ash
Lodges Deep Into Lungs

Simply living near a coal ash dump—where the leftover muck from burning coal resides—can harm your health thanks to toxic dust that travels from the dump to your lungs, finds a new report.

 

 

 
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Toledo's Green Slime Is
All Too Familiar in Florida

Recently, people in Toledo, Ohio, got a taste of the water problems that regularly plague Florida after a toxic algae outbreak left about a half a million Ohioans without a municipal drinking water supply. The likely culprit: agricultural pollution.

 

 

 
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EPA Fails to Cut Carbon From U.S. Aviation Fleet

Aviation is one of the fastest-growing sources of carbon pollution, yet the federal EPA has let the years fly by without pushing airlines to curb their climate change emissions. An Earthjustice lawsuit seeks to bring the agency back down to earth.

 

 

 
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Big Island Rejects More GMOs

Farmers and environmental groups represented by Earthjustice are fighting the biotech industry's attempts to open the Big Island to increased genetically engineered (GE) farming. The Hawaiian Islands are already a hotbed for experimental crops that increase pesticide use and threaten contamination of non-GE crops.

 

 

 

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A Sea of Riches

A rare spectacle of ocean abundance—swarming whales, sea lions, birds and anchovies—is rejuvenating for Earthjustice

 

 

 

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Clean Up Our Carbon Nation

The EPA has proposed a plan to limit carbon from existing power plants. Now it's time to make it stronger.

 

 

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