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  • The 'Scene of the could'a been Crime'
    A tragedy waiting to happen
    Dear Reader: You could save a life today. Please pass this on to anyone you think might know of someone in the Aiken, South Carolina and surrounding area who owns a white over bright yellow Toyota or Toyota-like vehicle. The following &ldquo...
  • Earth Day luncheon at CSUB this Wednesday
    Earth Day luncheon at CSUB this Wednesday
    Kern Green and the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the 3rd Annual Earth Day Luncheon this Wednesday, April 22, at California State University Bakersfield (CSUB). The event will have exhibitor booths and a panel discussion...
  • ARB proposing new greenhouse gas rules for oil and natural gas operations
    ARB proposing new greenhouse gas rules for oil and natural gas operations
    The California Air Pollution Control Board (ARB) announced this week that it will be holding workshops this month to discuss draft regulations for the oil and natural gas industry. The regulations will focus on the control of greenhouse gas (GHG)...
  • Inviting Climate Change deniers to Earth Week in Rochester, NY
    Inviting Climate Change deniers to Earth Week in Rochester, NY
    Rochester holds out a great big hand for climate change deniers, community leaders responsible for our welfare, and those who haven’t a clue what all the noise about Climate Change is about. Earth Week in Rochester starts Friday 17th and...
  • Website for chemical spill victims created
    USDOJ creates website for potential victims of Freedom Industries Chemical Spill
    An announcement was made this past Wednesday, April 15 detailing the creation of a new website aimed at providing information to all potential victims of the Freedom Industries Chemical Spill that affected 300,000 residents throughout the Greater...
  • EPA releases 20th annual U.S. greenhouse gas inventory
    EPA releases 20th annual U.S. greenhouse gas inventory
    The 20th Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions was released today by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The latest information is for calendar year 2013 and shows a two percent increase of GHG emissions from 2012 levels. However...
  • Lawn watering restrictions during California drought
    California drought update: will the newly-imposed restrictions yield results?
    California residents are now facing limits on water consumption, an action initiated by Governor Jerry Brown in response to the persistent, devastating drought conditions in the state. But the mandated changes--including rules regarding home and...
  • CalEPA awards $500,000 to Environmental Justice groups
    CalEPA awards $500,000 to Environmental Justice groups
    The California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) today announced the award of more than $500,000 in grants for Environmental Justice (EJ) programs across the state. Almost 20 percent, or about $100,000, will find its way to San Joaquin...
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    Millions of Californians to share nearly $300M of climate change credits
    The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the California Air Resources Board (ARB) reminded consumers today to look for a credit in their April or May electricity bills. Almost 10.7 million Californian households will see their bills...
  • The Pope kisses an autistic infant for World Autism Day
    Trace Amounts: Robert F Kennedy Jr No Anti-Vaccer
    Robert Kennedy Jr. was here in Sacramento last Tuesday evening April 7th, 2015 to address a sold out screening of “Trace Amounts” and a signing of his most recent book “Let the Science Speak” at the Crest Theatre sponsored...
  • Earth Week in Rochester is not just for environmentalists
    Earth Week in Rochester is not just for environmentalists
    The 10-days of Earth Week in Rochester, NY (highlighted by a two-day appearance of world renowned climate scientist and activist Dr. Hansen) is mostly for those who still don’t ‘get’ Climate Change. Environmentalists already know...
  • Two new studies show that global warming is not behind California drought
    Two new studies show that global warming is not behind California drought
    According to yesterday's Washington Post, there is a gigantic warm blob in the Pacific Ocean that is fueling California's four-year-long drought, and it has nothing to do with global warming. Two new studies released this week in the...
  • Google Company
    Tech giants to finance Obama's global warming agenda
    The administration unveiledtodaya list of initiatives to combat global warming, using the resources of large tech companies to finance his global warming agenda. The new steps were created to "lessen the effects of a warming planet,"...
  • April 2015 Total Lunar Eclipse
    Total eclipse of the moon on Saturday morning is shortest of the century
    A total eclipse of the moon will occur on Saturday morning, favoring folks who live in the western United States and Canada, and once again similar to the last lunar eclipse in October of 2013, observers will have to look low in the sky especially...
  • Polar bear in Kaktovik, Alaska.
    Despite misleading study, polar bears aren't starving or dwindling
    The media is up in arms today over the imminent starvation of polar bears because they may have to rely on land-based foods for sustenance. But according to Susan Crockford, a zoologist and polar bear expert, the media has missed the point...
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