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10 Ways The Current U.S. Administration Has Undone Environmental Policy

Since the election is coming up, here are some important facts about changes to federal environmental laws and policies that the mainstream press does not typically cover. A 2018 analysis  published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reported that the Trump administration’s rollbacks and proposed reversals of environmental rules would likely “cost the …

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Vote for the Environment on Election Day

  The 2018 November midterm election is Tuesday, November 6th and is crucial as we vote for congressional leaders that that can either strengthen or weaken national environmental laws. As voters, we should be aware that our votes have far-reaching consequences. Though not well reported by mainstream media, the current federal leadership has been actively …

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Scientists: There is No More “Life as Usual” in Averting Climate Change

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, commissioned by the United Nations and made up of thousands of scientists from around the world, releases its climate assessment reports every 5 years. A new report was issued last week stating that the earth is likely to reach 1.5C (2.7™F) warming sometime between 2030 and 2052. It would …

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My Top 15 Countdown of Favorite Signs at the Climate March

No blogpost could do it justice–the Climate March in NYC (9/21/14) was absolutely fantastic beyond words! I was so happy to be a part of it along with 310,000+ others from all walks of life—many races, many religions, all ages, and multiple points of view from across the states and Canada, with marches taking place …

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Canadian Tar Sands + Peace Poets Make for an Interesting Day

This weekend’s event for Homecoming Farm in Amityville, NY (http://homecomingearth.org/), a CSA on the land of the Dominican sisters, focused on our inter-connectivity with nature and the debate of oil mining for our immediate needs versus awareness of its broader impacts. Speaker Margaret Swedish, author of “Living Beyond the End of the World: A Spirituality …

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Repost from Climate Reality Blog: 100% Renewables Now!!

Happy to have contributed to the Climate Reality Blog, on a report released by the organization I work for, Renewable Energy Long Island. 100% Renewable — 100% Doable 09/10/2012 // 2:00 PM // Source: Renewable Energy Long Island   This is a guest post by Beth Fiteni, Program Manager at Renewable Energy Long Island.When Al …

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