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The only public comment needed to reject Keystone XL

Creative Commons Any project that increases greenhouse gasses above expectations at this moment in history, particularly a substantial increase, must be determined an
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The Genetically Engineered Food Protection Act

Not many people like the messes Congress makes but everybody should see how they're made. This article takes a close look at the legislation just ...
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Killer Keystone XL Spiked by the People in Washington, DC

(Washington, DC 1/17)  The nation's capital hosted over 40,000 citizens assembled to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.  The crowd urged ...
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Respect urged for Japan's tsunami flotsam landing on U.S. coastlines

A floating black 55-gallon drum was found by a cleaning crew on a beach at the northwest tip of Washington state recently. What's interesting about ...
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Japan Earthquake Update (12 March 2011 2110 CET)

by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 12:07pm Japanese authorities have informed the IAEA that the explosion at Unit 1 ...
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Japan awaits word on possible nuclear reactor leak

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has issued an emergency decree regarding the possibility of leaking radiation from the damaged Tokyo Electric Power Company’s (TEPCo) multi-reactor ...
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Dangerous High-Level Nuclear Waste with Nowhere to Go

The Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future is meeting January 26-28 in Atlanta, Georgia By Celia Sampol, DC Bureau  Many nuclear power advocates appeared in front ...
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Who Owns Wild Rice?

by Jeff Nygaard, Nygaard Notes  Whenever we look at the world from an indigenous perspective the issues of ownership and wealth come up almost immediately.  In ...
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The test behind our water pollution program failures

by Peter Maier, PhD, PE Sewage contains carbonaceous (fecal) waste and nitrogenous (urine and protein) waste, which both are used by two different types of bacteria. ...
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World going nuts over California almonds

Bakersfield, Calif. -- California almond growers announced a record 1.65- billion-pound production of almonds for local consumption and export in a recent harvest. Reflecting a ...
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