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    EPA orders three Visalia firms to stop polluting Mill Creek
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) yesterday announced that it had resolved several Clean Water Act violations committed by three San Joaquin Valley manufacturing firms located in Visalia, CA. As a result of inspections conducted in...
  • President Obama departs White House for Alaska
    Obama's apocalyptic Alaskan scenario more fiction than fact
    President Obama kicked off his three-day tour of Alaska to highlight global warming by commending the work of GLACIER on Monday, saying world leaders weren't doing enough to "stop global warming." Obama is visiting carefully...
  • Organic tomatoes featured at Earthwise farm
    Tantalizing tomatoes attract eco-conscious earthwise visitors
    Tomatoes were front and centre at the Earthwise Society's Tomato Fest on Saturday in Tsawwassen BC. Inspite of very challenging weather with wild winds and pouring rain, visitors came out to taste and buy a tempting array of fresh, organic,...
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    2015 Gulf Coast Energy Forum
    On Aug 26, 2015, the Partnership for Affordable Clean Energy (PACE) held their second annual 2015 Gulf Coast Energy Forum in Tampa, Florida, to discuss the energy industry in the gulf region. The forum brought together leaders from Alabama,...
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    Trail guide training, urban farming and other Maryland green events
    The Seneca Creek State Park in Gaithersburg is holding Frogs and Toads on Aug 31. It will run 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. The park naturalist will describe the different species and teach people how to tell the difference between a frog and a toad....
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    ARB and partners to celebrate clean truck and bus milestone
    The California Air Resources Board (ARB) will be presenting an award to a Chino, CA, business in recognition of the issuance of the 2,000th Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher, according to an announcement today.Redwood Products, a...
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    Boat trips, bird talks, and other Maryland green events
    The Irvine Nature Center in Owings Mills is offering a talk, Hummingbird Heaven, on Aug 29. It will run 10 – 11:30 a.m. Attendees will learn about the hummingbirds’ annual migration south, which is already starting. They can also make...
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    Charlie Rose: Why is Trump doing so well?
    Well, Charlie Rose, basically the answer is: That’s politics. In his most recent interview on “Charlie Rose - The Week,” with Ms. Nancy Gibbs , Editor of “Time” magazine, Mr. Rose asked the question, “Why Trump,...
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    EPA could have prevented toxic mine spill if it followed own plan
    After weeks of prodding from various news agencies, the EPA finally released documents on Friday that showed it was aware of a 'blowout' risk of poisonous wastewater from the infamous Gold King mine. Even so, the Environmental Protection...
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    Hikes, aquaponics and other Maryland green events
    The Seneca State Park in Gaithersburg is taking visitors on a wetlands hike on Aug 25. It will run 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. The hike is a one mile round trip. Hikers should meet at the Bluejay/Nuthatch pavilions and bring water, sunscreen and insect...
  • Advanced Energy Conference at the Sacramento, CA Convention Center
    Advanced Energy advocates more options for 21st century customers
    The national business association Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) made the arguments for greater energy choices for customers throughout the hall ways of the state Capitol of California yesterday August 19, 2015 and are hosting the Pathway to...
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    Native plant sale, hike and other Maryland green events
    The Irvine Nature Center in Owings Mills is holding its Annual Native Plant Seminar & Sale on Aug 22. The hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Topics covered in the seminars will include New York City’s High Line Park, oak trees, and how to...
  • Boston's Snowiest Winter
    Old Farmer's Almanac: Expect another brutally cold and snowy winter
    While much of the country is dealing with the usual string of summer heatwaves, be sure to enjoy it while it lasts. According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, we've got another brutally cold winter coming with lots of snow and frigid...
  • Wildfire North Of Los Angeles Burns Structures
    Feds call for military assistance to battle wildfires
    With more than 25,000 active fire fighters trying to stop them, the raging wildfires that are devastating about 10 Western states will be combated with military aid. The National Interagency Fire Center stated that about 200 active military...
  • Doublethink Climate Change energy policies won’t work
    Doublethink Climate Change energy policies won’t work
    Although the fossil fuel industry is spending more money than ever to save itself at the cost of dramatically worsening Climate Change, there are signs of this industry’s demise. Educational institutions, faith groups, and pension funds are...
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