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Trump's executive orders fly in the face of facts, the jobs are moving to clean energy and the stats prove it, the climate is a major economic threat and health and security threat, lies do not hide that this is major sell out to fossil fuel giants, and against Americans and our global community.

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Time, By JUSTIN WORLAND Updated: May 30, 2018 2:56 PM  “Our goal has been to shift the zeitgeist on climate,” says Thanu Yakupitiyage, an activist at the climate group 350.org. “The way we have to frame climate is really personal. In order to talk about climate you have to talk about it with o...
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Bowed by international pressure, shark finning declines by BRUNO VANDER VELDE January 8, 2016 China’s hunger for shark fins has been filled largely by Indonesia, home to numerous shark species spread throughout the vast archipelago.  Could the tide be turning on the grisly practice of s...
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Posted by on in Earth Violators
Act now  and then do it again, call your Congress persons, we the people must be strong and loud in expressing our concerns for the degradation of our national values, laws, security, environment. health and justice.  How do you call your congressman? Call congressional offices directly ...
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CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGE: GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO AMPLIFY WORLD’S BUSINESS, STATE AND CITY PURCHASING POWER IN LARGE-SCALE PUSH FOR ZERO EMISSION VEHICLE FUTURE The scale of opportunity is bigger than we’ve ever seen before as states and regions, cities, businesses and NGOs unite – bringing together g...
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  Shared from the 2018-07-10 The Denver Post eEdition CALLS TO CUT WASTE GROW LOUDER Starbucks ditching plastic straws By Candice Choi he Associated Press NEW YORK» Starbucks will eliminate plastic straws from all of its locations within two years, the coffee chain announced Monda...
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Posted by on in Water Conservation
Shared from the 2018-06-24 The Denver Post eEdition RIO GRANDE   Thirst for water clouds the future   By Bruce Finley The Denver Post  Alfalfa hay grower Cleave Simpson, who serves as general manager of the Rio Grande Water Conservation District, decided not to plant as much of the...
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Shared from the 2018-06-24 The Denver Post eEdition MIGRANTS   Crisis is testing world’s resources The unprecedented global displacement is the new normal, a U.N. report says.   By David Nakamura
The Washington Post In the wake of an international uproar over the Trump administratio...
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Shared from the 2018-06-18 The Denver Post eEdition CLIMATE CHANGE “A different world” with global warming By Seth Borenstein The Associated Press   David Goldman, The Associated Press   SALIDA» We were warned. ¶ On June 23, 1988, a sultry day in Washington, James Hansen told Congre...
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ANTARCTICA   Ice sheet in rapid melt since 1992   By Seth Borenstein The Associated Press Shared from the 2018-06-14 The Denver Post eEdition   This photograph, taken in 2010, shows crevasses near the edge of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. Ian Joughin, University of Washing...
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Posted by on in Earth Violators
Shared from the 2018-06-14 The Denver Post eEdition EPA changes could cause 80,000 more deaths per decade   By Eric Roston Bloomberg Two Harvard social scientists, writing an opinion column in a prominent medical journal, have put forward “an extremely conservative estimate” that some 80,...
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Posted by on in Air Quality
Efforts to clean famous monument have been slow, mostly ineffective By Shashank Bengali Los Angeles Times AGRA, INDIA» India’s most famous poet, Rabindranath Tagore, once wrote that the Taj Mahal stood on the banks of the river Yamuna “like a teardrop suspended on the cheek of time.” One won...
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By JUSTIN WORLAND Updated: May 30, 2018 2:56 PM ET time.com For eight years, climate change activists lobbied President Obama to address global warming with everything from stronger regulations on greenhouse gases to rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline. The efforts often — if not always — succeeded....
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Posted by on in Fossil Fuels
 EVAN HALPER LA TIMES  MAY 29, 2018 | 3:00 AM At a time when acts of defiance against the Trump administration are routine in Sacramento, the rebuke that breezed through the California Assembly this month still came as a jolt. Even Trump loyalists in the chamber joined in. The message t...
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Posted by on in Wildlife Conservation
The federal government’s push to open some of Colorado’s most pristine and delicate high country — near two sacred Navajo mountains and touching the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness — to oil and gas drilling has hit turbulence. The Environmental Protection Agency has asked the Bureau of Land Management ...
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https://us.demand.film/blue/ Book Now, To make sure the theater near you has enough movie goers to show BLUE   https://us.demand.film/blue/   June 6 Major Ocean Film “BLUE: shows in over 500 Theatres in US, Click link to learn more, join the thousands attending to learn about our ocean...
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Posted by on in Wildlife Conservation
Poachers Are Killing Asian Elephants for Their Skin BY JUSTINE E. HAUSHEER MAY 21, 2018  Follow Justine     Working elephants socialize in a logging camp in northern Myanmar. Photo © Justine E. Hausheer / The Nature Conservancy           S...
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Posted by on in Water Conservation
Streamflow in the West By Robert Harris, Senior Staff Attorney | May 8th, 2018     The healthiest flowing rivers in the West have one thing in common: a robust streamflow sufficient to meet all of the diverse uses of rivers. Flowing rivers sustain wetlands, provid...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
Shared from the 2018-05-24 The Denver Post eEdition Xcel Energy has cut carbon emissions 35 percent since 2005 and expects to surpass 50 percent by 2022, largely by retiring aging coal plants and replacing them with renewable sources. The Minneapolis-based owner of Colorado’s largest utility appea...
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This September, leaders from around the world are heading to California for the Global Climate Action Summit to talk about climate change. Just days before, thousands will take action around the country demanding their elected officials make commitments at the summit that will protect our communitie...
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