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Trees grow in Brooklyn

Greening up the big city is a dream no more! New York is taking an approach to cleaning up its waterways by establishing green-infrastructure as the EPA emphasizes the nation’s need to improve sewer foundations. With requirements set, New York is on its way to a greener future. KP

 
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Storm upon storm for South Dakota

People often find it hard to attribute extreme events to weather anomalies or to changes in the climate. South Dakota this year has had such a run of storms and floods that one farmer observed: “Extreme is normal.” Count his vote for climate change. GR

 
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Climate law suspension defeated

California is moving on up! Moving on up! Despite a high unemployment rate, the votes in the recent election have shown that California voters are more concerned with the state’s effort in dealing with climate change. Rejecting a suspension of AB32, the proposed policy that requires the state to return to 1990 levels of greenhouse

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Wind growth slows to 2007 levels

Hey now, who stopped the wind? The American Wind Energy Association has reported a dramatic decrease in demand for wind power this year, and a lot of it has to do with Capitol Hill’s lack of action on the renewable energy front. With fossil fuel use increasing because of its relative cheapness in an unstable

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