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  • E-waste limbo in Rochester, NY
    E-waste limbo in Rochester, NY
    The Catholic Church scrapped the notion of Limbo a while ago, but NYS is still putting our e-waste laws into Limbo. So, here is aphoto(see above) of a TV thrown to the curb near my house in Rochester—broken apart, probably for valuable...
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    ARB announces plan to help low income LA & Valley residents buy electric cars
    The California Air Resources Board (ARB) will be helping low income residents of the Los Angeles area and the San Joaquin Valley purchase electric or hybrid vehicles. In an announcement released yesterday, ARB said the Enhanced Fleet Modernization...
  • Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson
    Exxon on renewable energy: 'We choose not to lose money on purpose'
    In a move on Wednesday that didn't surprise industry analysts, the shareholders of the two largest oil companies resoundingly said no to proposals that would have put climate change experts on Exxon and Chevron's boards and impose...
  • President Obama talks hurricanes.
    NOAA announces weak hurricane season as Obama talks climate change
    President Obama will be in Miami today to get a briefing on the upcoming hurricane season and to warn the public about the dangers of climate change. A day earlier, the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said this hurricane...
  • EPA officially orders Plains All American Pipeline to clean up Refugio oil spill
    EPA officially orders Plains All American Pipeline to clean up Refugio oil spill
    Today the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Coast Guard officially ordered Plains All American Pipeline to clean up the Refugio Beach oil spill caused by a failure of its nearby pipeline. The joint order, authorized...
  • EPA gives training grant to fresno
    EPA awards $192,300 environmental jobs training grant to Fresno group
    The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that it has awarded a $192,300 grant for environmental jobs training to a Fresno employment, education, and training service organization. The Fresno Regional Workforce...
  • Floods linked to prayer
    Recent Flooding Traced to Religious Fervor
    Local Christians biggest culprits, but all religions must share the blame DALLAS (May 25, 2015) – We have figured out the answer. Our spring waves of intense storms and flooding can be traced directly to those who regularly engage in prayer...
  • Plains oil spill in Santa Barbara reveals some interesting information
    Plains oil spill in Santa Barbara reveals some interesting information
    On Tuesday morning, May 19, 2015, something happened to an onshore pipeline belonging to Plains All American Pipeline Company, LP., near Santa Barbara, CA. Approximately 2,500 barrels of crude oil was released from what has been reported to be a...
  • Running Bomb Trains through Rochester, NY
    Running Bomb Trains through Rochester, NY
    Mothers Out FrontandPeople of Albany United for Safe Energy(PAUSE) hosted an informative meeting Sunday (5/16/2015) on the dangers of Bomb Trains (railroad’s term not ours) that included a litany of explosive oil train derailments (9 since...
  • Clean Bread and Cheese Creek hosts clean-up
    ‘Bread and Cheese Creek’ hosts a Dundalk clean-up
    On Saturday, May 16, 2016, the “Clean Bread and Cheese Creek” environmental organization in Dundalk (East Baltimore County) had absolutely incredible weather to cleanup Stansbury Park. We had a great day celebrating Nations Kids in the...
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    California closes in on ban of plastic microbeads in consumer products
    California lawmakers, never shy when addressing environmental problems, have their sights set on another ecosystem problem – the use of plastic microbeads in beauty and personal care products. A bill that would ban the use of such materials...
  • Antarctica Sea Ice
    IPCC author: Antarctica's abrupt glacial melting 'greatly overestimated'
    Researchers from the University of Bristol (UOB) announced Thursday that glaciers in the Antarctic peninsula are starting to thaw much faster than expected, dumping millions of gallons of freshwater into the oceans, which they blame on global...
  • Worms
    How worms may stave off global warming
    A new report published Tuesday in the The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that the microbes that feed on decaying organic matter release roughly 7.5-9 times more carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere than man-made...
  • Forget ISIS, climate change is the real national security threat
    Forget ISIS, climate change is the real national security threat
    According to excerpts provided to the media ahead of a commencement address President Obama will deliver today, he says the challenges of climate change are a matter of national security that "that threatens to aggravate poverty and political...
  • Jerry Brown 1 Under 2 MOU
    Governor Brown signs historic GHG agreement today with other world leaders
    California Governor Jerry Brown continued to establish his legacy as a champion for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) today when he signed an historic, first-of-its-kind agreement with leaders from 11 other states and countries...
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