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Save the U.S. EPA

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On this episode of the “Big Picture,” Thom Hartmann speaks with AFGE Local 3331 President Nate James about the severe blow heading toward the Environmental Protection Agency as President Trump proposes cutting significantly into the Agency’s mission and its workforce...

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Snake River dams examined after decades of lawsuits

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Scientists and power providers are scrutinizing the Snake River dams to see just how damaging they are for wild fish, in accordance with a federal judge’s orders. Original Story...

Future of Snake River dams under microscope

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“Opening access for salmon to get from the Pacific Ocean to central Idaho is the key issue because central Idaho has millions of acres of high elevation, pristine, cold water habitat. It will be the last best refuge for salmon in a climate change...

KFSN: American Rivers Names San Joaquin River Most Endangered

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American Rivers has named the San Joaquin River as the most endangered in the U.S. Each year, the group names the top ten rivers with the most uncertain futures...

National Parks on WJLA TV Channel 7

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Although every dollar invested in America’s national parks returns at least $10 in economic activity to area economies, the National Park Service has suffered severe budget reductions as “sequester” cuts and the 16-day government shutdown devastated...

WLNS-TV: MSU Students Raise Awareness Of Toxic Coal Ash In MI

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From WLNS – LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – A new report coming from the clean water fund wants to raise awareness about pollution in Michigan.Its regarding the ash from coal fired power plants around the state. Students today at MSU were out trying to...

Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm Joins “I Will Act on Climate” Bus Campaign in Muskegon

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MUSKEGON, MI – Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm acknowledged the irony of speaking about climate change on a chilly summer day in Muskegon. But that didn’t change her message: “There is no denying that climate change is happening,” Granholm...

PBS Newshour: Proposed Keystone Pipeline Prompts Protest March, Heated Debate

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Bob Deans, the Federal Communications Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), called on President Obama to follow through on his inaugural speech pledge to make a national response to climate change a major priority in the New Year. While...