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America’s Drought: What’s Being Done?


Whether it’s a result of global warming, a high-pressure front located off of the west coast, or just good-old fashioned bad luck, the fact of the matter is that California, Nevada, and much of the Colorado basin are grappling with a drought the likes of which hasn’t been seen in recorded history. As snowpacks dry up, lakes and reservoirs recede, ...

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Green Urban Planning Can Save Our Earth


Green urban planning is necessary to facilitate green living, but the politics of urbanity pose challenges with regard to making this possible.

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How to Negotiate a Greener Future

More so than ever before in the history of humankind, technology is moving fast. It seems every year or two sometimes new comes along that totally changes the game. We’re not sitting stagnant for hundreds or thousands of years anymore, in fact if you went to sleep tonight and woke up even just ten years into the future; chances are ...

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Environmentalist Candidate for Chicago Water Reclamation District Commissioner, Adam Miguest, Files Lawsuit against Rival

Adam Miguest, a Democratic environmentalist candidate for Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago commissioner, and endorsed by U.S Green Technology, has filed a lawsuit against rival candidate Josina Morita, for allegedly denying him ballot access.

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Green Jobs Needed to Slow Global Warming ASAP

Environmental Jobs Help to Battle Global Warming By 2020 - Image from The Orange County Register

Limiting global warming is not only a “nice” idea that would be good to consider in order to help the earth: It is an imperative idea that needs to be taken seriously in order to help to save the economy and the earth. Believe it or not, despite worldwide efforts to place Mother Earth back on the pedestal in our ...

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Economic (Not Environmental) Concerns Are Pushing EV Manufacturing


Economic (Not Environmental) Concerns Are Pushing EV Manufacturing (via Clean Technica) Job creation and economic opportunity (not environmental concerns) are the primary drivers of the big electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing push being taken by many industrialized nations, according to a recent study from Indiana University Bloomington…

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U.S., China Collaborate on Climate, Oceans, Energy, Wildlife


U.S., China Collaborate on Climate, Oceans, Energy, Wildlife (via Environment News Service) WASHINGTON, DC, July 12, 2013 (ENS) – The U.S. and China have agreed to combat climate change through new cooperation on heavy-duty and other vehicles; smart grids; carbon capture, utilization, and storage; collecting and managing greenhouse gas data…

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