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Understanding How Americans View the Environment
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It is a mistake to think that most Americans, especially young Americans, “don’t get it” or don’t care about the planet. They do….

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Is a traumatic sense of loss freezing action against climate change?
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Despite a growing body of evidence that climate change is wreaking havoc on our environment and psyches, many people still resist making small lifestyle changes that may help mitigate disaster. The logic of climate science has not shaken enough people from their apparent complacency; neither has fear. So what will? Washington State–based thanatologist Kriss Kevorkian—a […]

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New Delhi | Green agenda gets the grand shove
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While the green agenda takes centre stage in national politics in several countries, in India it remains on the fringes. All the three major national parties — Congress, BJP and AAP — have come under flak from environmentalists for their inability to present a clear roadmap in their election manifestos for dealing with burning issues […]

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Green Earth
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A presentation of the way everything can be integrated to bring about our green earth for the future of our children. [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/24482957[/vimeo]

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Climate: Europe’s second largest ice cap sliding into ocean | Robert Myles
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A remote Arctic ice cap on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard has thinned by more than 50 meters since 2012. In addition, the ice flow from the ice cap is now streaming at a much accelerated rate than previously.

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Nanotech poster absorbs pollution | By Richard Westcott BBC Transport Correspondent
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A scientist and an award winning poet, both at the University of Sheffield, have made a giant poster that uses nanotechnology to gobble up pollution. It can absorb the poisonous compounds from around 20 cars each day if you put it by a busy road. Prof Tony Ryan (the science expert) and Prof Simon Armitage […]

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Man jailed for collecting rainwater in illegal reservoirs on his property
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Gary Harrington of Oregon was sent to jail for the illegal rainwater reservoirs on his property. These waters have been collecting naturally. After 10 years of argument, a stacked legal system against him, the 64 year old has decided he would rather go to jail than succumb to state harassment over a natural right.

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California drought: Drilling deeper in the hunt for water
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BBC Reporter, Alastair Leithead reports from California that ‘taps are running dry in California’s Central Valley as the worst drought in more than a century forces farmers to drill ever deeper underground for water. In the rush to grab groundwater for agriculture, shallow household wells are drying up and those who can’t afford to dig […]

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