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Keystone XL approval is wrong direction

By facilitating the transportation of dirty tar sands fuels, Keystone would add 27.4 million metric tons of global warming pollution to our atmosphere per year. President Trump's executive order advancing the Keystone XL pipeline is definitely a step in the wrong direction. READ MORE.

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Hurricane Michael coverage: Data, resources and interview opportunities

With Hurricane Michael expected to make landfall Wednesday in western Florida as a major, Category 3 hurricane, then continue through the Southeast, The Public Interest Network (which includes U.S. PIRG, Environment America, Environment Florida, Environment Georgia, Environment North Carolina and Environment Virginia, among other organizations) is sharing information to help your readers and viewers contextualize the major environmental, health and consumer concerns posed by Michael.

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The Delaware River Watershed: New Interactive Pollution Map | John Rumpler

The Delaware River watershed is a vital source of clean water for drinking, wildlife, and recreation. Its waterways also face a variety of threats – from day-to-day challenges such as polluted runoff and industrial waste, to rare but catastrophic events such as oil spills.

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It's Time to Take Charge | Allie Astor

Much like many other Americans, the thought of waste makes me cringe. Wasting money, wasting food, wasting my time -- no thanks! So imagine my shock when I found out that a majority of the energy we produce in America goes to waste. To add insult to injury, our wasteful energy practices make the lasting damage to our planet, climate and health caused by our dirty energy mix.

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Now, even national wildlife refuges aren't safe for bees

National wildlife refuges should be safe havens for wildlife—including wild bees.

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From Fresno to Dearborn to Pittsburgh, Americans stand up for clean cars

With the country's Clean Cars standards at stake, Americans turned out to stand up for cleaner air and a more stable climate.

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