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September 28, 2016 Climate & Energy
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Texas Tech Students Answer Questions about Climate

By: Texas Tech Climate Science Center

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0V-P5i-pFA The Climate Science Center set out on Texas Tech University's campus to find out what students felt about the subject on climate. Living in Texas many people think that...

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September 26, 2016 Climate & Energy
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INFOGRAPHIC: The Future of Sustainable Energy

By: Guest Author

Ohio University Online Modern civilization has relied on non-sustainable energy sources that pollute the earth. This fact was uncovered, and many people want to help. Politicians, groups, social media communities,...

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September 26, 2016 Wildlife
Photo Credit: Peter Chira / AWF

Placing Wildlife Before Borders at CITES

By: African Wildlife Foundation

AWF believes Africa’s unique wildlife need to be viewed and managed in total – as a larger continental herd for Africa’s elephants and as one continental pride for Africa’s lions. We...

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September 26, 2016 Wildlife
Furs hanging in a storehouse. (Photo Credit: JERRYE AND ROY KLOTZ MD via WikiMedia)

Born Free USA Launches 3rd Annual “Fur for the Animals” Campaign to Help Injured & Orphaned Wildlife

By: Born Free USA

More than 800 fur items, worth an estimated $1.5 million and representing approximately 26,000 animals killed, have been donated and distributed to wildlife rehabilitation centers across U.S. Washington, D.C., September...

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September 23, 2016 Environment
Altantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis). (Image: WikiMedia Commons)

Can Taiji Re-Brand Itself?

By: Dana Hunnes

As of this writing, Taiji, Japan remains ground zero for the capture and distribution of wild dolphins to amusement parks, dolphinariums, and swim-with-dolphin programs worldwide, fetching as much as $200,000...

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September 21, 2016 Climate & Energy
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Smart Wind Farms Can Help Mitigate Climate Change

By: Texas Tech Climate Science Center

James Duncan, a Ph.D. student studying wind energy, works in the National Wind Institute with his advisor, Dr. John Schroeder. His research group’s main focus is smart wind farms....

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September 20, 2016 Climate & Energy

As Dakota Access Protests Escalated, Obama Admin OK’d Same Company for Two Pipelines to Mexico

By: Steve Horn

Cross-Posted from DeSmogBlog Photo Credit: C-SPAN On September 9, the Obama administration revoked authorization for construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) on federally controlled lands and asked the pipeline's owners, led by Energy...

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September 16, 2016 Lifestyle
Photo courtesy of Rising Appalachia.

Rising Appalachia and Symbiosis Gathering Invite You to Embrace the Slow Music Movement!

By: Jedamiah Wolf

“So here we go, get the fuck out your car, walk, it's good for you; stop consuming blindly, get by on what you do have and then scale that down...

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September 15, 2016 Innovation
Milky Way Night Sky Black Rock Desert Nevada by Steve Jurvetson (Flickr) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Night-Sky Harvesting

By: Brad Lancaster

Where are we? There is so much light we cannot see. According to NPR, nearly 80 percent of people in North America cannot see the Milky Way in the night...

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