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Fracking Lessonsnew

What everyone in gasland can learn from the decade-long fight in Pavillion, Wyo.
Boulder Weekly  |  Joel Dyer  |  06-01-2012  |  Environment

Clam Wars Rage in Oyster Baynew

Dead Marine Life. Suppressed Information. Tens of Millions in Shellfish. A multimedia investigation documenting the struggle between a dying way of life and the last of the large commercial shellfish operations in New York.
Long Island Press  |  Christopher Twarowski  |  04-11-2012  |  Environment

EcoHouse enables affordable energy upgradesnew

Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership's EcoHouse program offers qualified participants up to $15,000 in loans to make energy efficient repairs & appliance upgrades.
NUVO  |  Cami Ward  |  04-05-2012  |  Environment

Air quality and the Eagle Fordnew

Where are we in terms of compliance with federal air quality standards?
San Antonio Current  |  Michael Barajas  |  04-02-2012  |  Environment

Fate of natural Texas rests on landowners and smart conservationnew

You don't need to ride our highways or jockey for parking at our many strip malls to know San Antonio has been growing.
San Antonio Current  |  Greg Harman  |  03-31-2012  |  Environment

In North Carolina's fracking report, politics threatens to trump sciencenew

If you read the first nine pages of the state's draft report on fracking, you will be unprepared for the punch line at the end.
INDY Week  |  Lisa Sorg  |  03-31-2012  |  Environment

Still Watersnew

Kayla Godowa-Tufti wants to know why white privilege has allowed timber heirs to fight to pollute the sacred waters of Waldo Lake where her ancestors once lived.
Eugene Weekly  |  Camilla Mortensen  |  03-29-2012  |  Environment

Road Tripnew

A rural road-paving project becomes an environmental disaster for JEA – with a potentially hefty price tag.
Folio Weekly  |  Susan Cooper Eastman  |  03-21-2012  |  Environment

Environment Takes Backseat to Georgia's Economynew

Business as usual at one of the state's most important agencies.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Editorial Board  |  12-15-2011  |  Policy Issues

Money, Politics and Sludgenew

How a $1.3 billion proposal to privatize Nassau County's sewage system could flush the county's future down the drain.
Long Island Press  |  Christopher Twarowski  |  11-28-2011  |  Business & Labor

The Apoca-Listnew

Papaya recalls, drought and political candidates bring world closer to Armageddon.
San Antonio Current  |  Staff  |  08-01-2011  |  Disasters

Meltdown in Naptownnew

Efforts to respond to the varied and complex consequences of human-influenced climate change may be locked in long-term political quagmire. At the local level, though, the equation is simpler: It's a matter of life and death.
NUVO  |  Rebecca Townsend  |  08-01-2011  |  Environment

The New Normalnew

The world’s climate has already changed. Now what?
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Laura Paskus  |  07-15-2011  |  Environment

Going Green: Weather reportnew

Freaky storms can be certifiable proof—or a complete headache—for climate-change scientists
Pacific Sun  |  Stan Cox  |  07-15-2011  |  Environment

Green Monster: The Emerald Ash Borer in Upstate New Yorknew

In one corner of a long, barely lit room, standing in a spot that had been swept clean of the peeled ash bark that littered the rest of the space, Mike Callin, head forester for the Department of Environmental Conservation in Lake Katrine, addressed his team.
Syracuse New Times  |  Alex Gecan  |  07-13-2011  |  Environment

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