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By John Hood June 20, 2016 In Paris this past year, 190 met and discussed Climate Change and what their countries were prepared to do to combat it. How does this meeting affect you, the average citizen or me? So there is more CO2 in the air,...

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Earth Jun 15, 2016 04:38 PM ET Cover Photo-Denis Burdin/Shutterstock The last bastion of a sub-400 ppm world has officially fallen as carbon dioxide reached new heights in Antarctica. We're officially living in a new world. Carbon dioxide has been steadily rising since the start of the Industrial...

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By Andrew Freedman Published: May 3rd, 2013 , Last Updated: May 2nd, 2013 The last time there was this much carbon dioxide (CO2) in the Earth's atmosphere, modern humans didn't exist. Megatoothed sharks prowled the oceans, the world's seas were up to 100 feet higher than they...

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By RACHEL NUWERJUNE 20, 2016 A picture of Berta Cáceres placed at an altar during a demonstration outside Honduras’ embassy in Mexico City on June 15. CreditEduardo Verdugo/Associated Press On March 3, two armed men entered the home of Berta Cáceres, an environmental activist in Honduras, and shot her dead. For...

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New dietary guidelines could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 1bn tonnes by 2030, and could lessen country’s problems with obesity and diabetes China now consumes 28% of the world’s meat, including half of its pork. Oliver Milman Monday 20 June 2016 Photograph: Wong Campion/Reuters The Chinese government has...

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By Dr. Mercola The Chinese Loess Plateau regeneration project proves that in a mere decade, a community can transform a desert landscape into a lush, thriving landscape capable of producing abundant amounts of food Floods, mudslides, droughts and famines are not inevitable. They’re the result...

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By NATHANIEL RICHMAY 27, 2016 Cover Photo- Rob Bilott near Parkersburg, W.Va., in December. CreditBryan Schutmaat for The New York Times Last week 5.2 million Americans learned that their drinking water is contaminated with man-made chemicals linked to cancer. The Environmental Protection Agency issued a health advisory for two compounds: perfluorooctanoic...

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By Damian Carrington Monday 23 May 2016 11.00 EDT Last modified on Monday 23 May 2016 17.00 EDT The planet would warm by searing 10C if all fossil fuels are burned, according to a new study, leaving some regions uninhabitable and wreaking profound damage on human health, food supplies...

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By Pat S Posted in: Go Green, Home Improvement, Spending and Saving, Technology Between heating and cooling your home, gassing up your car and watering your lawn, energy costs are one of the most significant expenses that many of us face on a monthly and annual...

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By Jacob Hurwith on Mar 7, 2016 “Go green!” It’s the phrase that defines the millennium, and solar energy is a major player. In the second quarter of 2015, the U.S. solar industry hit 1,393 MW of installed solar capacity, and supplied 40% of all new electric...

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