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Posted by on in Agriculture
By Emily Schmall and Karan Deep Singh © The New York Times Co. BHAGWANPURA, INDIA » The farmer sat in the house his grandfather built, contemplating economic ruin. Jaswinder Singh Gill had plowed 20 years of savings from an earlier career as a mechanical engineer into his family’s nearly 40-acre pl...
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By Lisa Friedman © The New York Times Co. The Denver Post  WASHINGTON » The Biden administration is taking the unusual step of making a public accounting of the Trump administration’s political interference in science, drawing up a list of dozens of regulatory decisions that may...
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By Haven Daley The Associated Press,The Denver Post    PACIFICA, CALIF. » Disposable masks, gloves and other types of personal protective equipment are safeguarding untold lives during the pandemic. They’re also creating a worldwide pollution problem, sending an influx of ...
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Posted by on in Environmental Heroes
We know that young people who belong to a youth development organization have the best chance of volunteering, voting, and giving on a regular basis now and when they grow up. With that in mind, we encourage every young person to become a member of a youth development or afterschool program, every a...
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  Polis’ “MeatOut” edict draws ire of Nebraska governor, some in Colorado By Marie Fazio © The New York Times Co. Depending on which side of the Colorado-Nebraska state line you’re on, the meat-related significance of March 20 varies drastically. Colorado Gov. Jared Polis recently declared...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
    By Damien Cave © The New York Times Co. WINDSOR, AUSTRALIA » Kelly Miller stood in her doorway Monday, watching the water rise to within a few inches of the century- old home where she runs an alternative medicine business. The bridge nearby had already gone under in some of Austr...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
Shared by The Denver Post, By Harrison Raine Writers on the Range For the 2021 fire season, the writing is on the wall. The West, despite a few days of intense winter, is far drier than it was leading up to last year’s record-breaking fires. As a hotshot crewmember, the reality of what’s to c...
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Posted by on in Animals
    By Christina Larson and Julie Watson The Associated Press shared from The Denver Post   SAN DIEGO » The coughing among the western lowland gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in January was the first warning sign. Soon the fears were confirmed: A troop of gorillas b...
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Posted by on in General Environment
By Timothy Egan © The New York Times Co. Shared in The Denver Post  Over the pandemic year, people took to appreciating the renewable delights of this ragged and tortured planet like never before. In this country, many national parks saw record crowds in 2020, and 8 million more Americans...
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Posted by on in Wildlife Conservation
The slowdown in human activity—a period scientists are calling the “anthropause”—was a mixed bag for animals. By Daisy Yuhas Reporter, Audubon Magazine March 09, 2021 Last spring, people opened their windows to a symphony. Swallows burbled, doves cooed, and sparrows chirped—and to many list...
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Posted by on in Fishing
Last Updated on February 24, 2021 by Coty Perry As with many other aspects of government policy, overfishing and other fishing-related environmental issues are a real problem, but it’s not clear that government intervention is the solution. Indeed, it might be one of the main drivers of overfishing...
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Posted by on in Environmental Heroes
  The current state of the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to affect many facets of our daily lives. For many, it has resulted in condensed social circles as we continue to try to slow the spread of the virus. For EARTHDAY.ORG and The Great Global Cleanup, it means we have needed to shift f...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
Earth Day 2021 5 Top Stories on Environment in 2021  1. COP 26The 26th COP, or the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties, will be held in Glasgow, UK this November. It will see a gathering of world leaders to convene on the most pressing climate change issues. Most importantly, COP may h...
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Posted by on in Green Products/Services
    By Tom Krisher and David Mchugh The Associated Press DETROIT » The world’s major automakers have made something abundantly clear: They believe electric vehicles will dominate their industry in the years ahead. Yet for that to happen, they’ll need to sell the idea to people such as...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
By Hope Yen and Tom Krisher The Associated Press WASHINGTON » A coalition of automakers has told the Biden administration it would agree to raise mileage standards to reduce tailpipe emissions but with tradeoffs and at rates lower than those brokered by California with five other car manufacturers...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
  Hydrogen has long been hailed as a potentially revolutionary alternative to fossil fuels, but high costs have been problematic. Now, “low carbon hydrogen” is back on the table. By Nathalie Thomas,  David Sheppard,  Neil Hume, Financial Times   March 17, 2021Inside Clima...
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Posted by on in Wind
  By Dionne Searcey © The New York Times Co. RAWLINS, WYO. » The coal-layered underground helped bring settlers to this scrubby, windwhipped part of southern Wyoming, where generations found a steady paycheck in the mines and took pride in powering the nation. But now, it is energy from the...
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Posted by on in Green Products/Services
If you’re like me, you know that getting rid of your car is one of the best things you can do for the climate, and also that you will never do it. This is a car-oriented country, and a car-oriented time. But in 2019, the private cars and light trucks that ordinary people drive for work and shopping ...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
By Lisa W. Foderaro © The New York Times Co. For the planet, the year without tourists was a curse and a blessing. With flights canceled, cruise ships mothballed and vacations largely scrapped, carbon emissions plummeted. Wildlife that usually kept a low profile amid a crush of tourists in va...
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Posted by on in Animals
 text by Helen H. Richardson The Denver Post Spring is arriving in the San Luis Valley on the wings of the sandhill cranes and other migratory birds such as Canada geese and ducks as they migrate through southern Colorado. The valley is rich with wildlife and open land, offering refuge t...
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