Tusks For Terrorists: Ivory, Elephant Poaching And The War On Terror
African terrorists are profiting from illegal ivory sales, a development that's giving the fight against poaching a martial makeover in the style of the wars on drugs and terrorism. Read more...
300 MW Of Solar Approved By City Of Los Angeles
The total number of homes that could be powered by these projects is a maximum of 150,000 (with adequate amounts of sunlight of course). Read more...
Landfill Gas Heats Up Entire French Town
Plessis-Gassot also became the first town in France to host enough landfill gas power to provide heating for its homes and public buildings. Read more...
Why Portland Became A Biking Mecca
Perhaps the most important part of Portland’s biking success though has to do with simple citizen activism. Read more...
Kerry Issues Urgent Call To Save Oceans
Secretary of State John Kerry sounded the alarm Monday on the perils facing the world's oceans, calling for a global strategy to save the planet's life-giving seas. Read more...

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How Obama’s New CO2 Rules May Break Our Climate Stalemate With China
As if on cue, the world’s biggest polluter, China, announced that it too would cap emissions by 2016. Read more...
A Cautionary Tale: Tar Sands Oil And Health
Plans to build the Keystone XL pipeline are on hold,but there are very few answers about the health risks involved in moving that kind of oil, as pipeline accidents in Michigan and Arkansas are demonstrating. WhoWhatWhy takes a look. Read more...
One More Crack In The Keystone XL Pipeline
Construction is so defective and shoddy on the pipeline that it should be denied on those grounds alone. Read more...
House Votes To Deny Climate Science
On a party line vote, the House passed an amendment to prevent funds from going to the Defense Department to address how climate change affects national security. Read more...
Climate Scientist Michael Mann On The Meaning Of ‘McCarthyism’
Michael Mann objects to the misuse of the term “McCarthyism” by critics who are projecting their own behavior on him. Read more...
Sea Level Rise Forces US Space Agency To Retreat
Sea level rise is threatening the majority of NASA's launch pads and multi-billion dollar complexes famous for training astronauts and launching historic missions to space. Read more...
Building Houses From Crushed Cars & Bikes — Venezuela Moving Ahead With Interesting New Program
“We have (so far) sent 10,485 automobiles, 9,651 motorbikes and 539 bicycles to the national steel industry,” stated deputy justice minister Maria Martinez. Read more...
Oklahoma Legislature: Don’t Teach Climate Change
Lawmakers are very concerned that young impressionable children might learn something. Read more...
How One Brave Woman Sparked The Environmental Movement
By taking on industry and government for their polluting ways, Rachel Carson became one of the founders of the environmental movement Read more...
California Fires Continue To Rage Out Of Control
Californians have been warned for years that fire seasons will be worse due to climate change. Those predictions are now our reality. Read more...