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40 percent of US honeybee population lost over year, as mysterious die-off accelerates

40 percent of US honeybee population lost over year, as mysterious die-off accelerates Scientists name pesticides as possible cause.

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FBI spied on Keystone protesters, worked with pipeline builder TransCanada

FBI spied on Keystone protesters, worked with pipeline builder TransCanada The Federal Bureau of Investigation is officially under the jurisdiction of the Justice Department, but sometimes they answer to a higher authority. In this case, according to internal agency documents … Continue reading

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Water-less Washington: State declares drought emergency

Water-less Washington: State declares drought emergency Washington Governor Jay Inslee declared a statewide drought emergency, citing historic low levels of snow, shrinking rivers and water restrictions to farmers already in place. Authorities are expecting a $1.2 billion crop loss this … Continue reading

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Nicaragua’s Renewable Energy Revolution Picks Up Steam

Nicaragua’s Renewable Energy Revolution Picks Up Steam A few years ago, Nicaragua was almost totally dependent on imported fuel. Now the country’s fierce winds, sun and volcanoes generate nearly half the country’s electricity, and perhaps 80 percent soon. I personally … Continue reading

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Fracking will ruin sacred, preserved sites in the ‘American cradle of civilization’ – lawsuit

Fracking will ruin sacred, preserved sites in the ‘American cradle of civilization’ – lawsuit A Navajo advocacy group has asked a federal judge to halt hydraulic fracking permits in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico, claiming that drilling threatens … Continue reading

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If You Like To Eat, You Should Really Be Worried About California’s Drought

If You Like To Eat, You Should Really Be Worried About California’s Drought California had record low rainfall in 2013. It was potentially the driest year in the last 500 years, according to tree rings, and dry weather is expected … Continue reading

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Starfish Ripping Off Own Arms

Starfish Ripping Off Own Arms Scientists are still trying to figure out why starfish are dying in massive numbers, turning into what one taxonomist described as “goo piles.” The latest news on the die-off is similarly disturbing: One biology professor … Continue reading

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Saw this a while back. With the recent West Virginia Chemical Spill thought it was more relevant than ever to post this. For the cave dwellers, there was a massive chemical spill in West Virginia on January 9 that contaminated … Continue reading

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Australia approves Barrier Reef dumping plan

Australia approves Barrier Reef dumping plan *Sigh… Australia has approved a plan to dump millions of tons of sediment near the Great Barrier Reef as part of a major coal port expansion – a decision that environmentalists say will endanger … Continue reading

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