Killing KXL, exposing Dr. Evil, reviving the Gulf
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February 27, 2015
As we pump carbon pollution into the air, our oceans are absorbing it—and acidifying faster than they have in 300 million years. That’s terrible for scallops, clams, and oysters, and could devastate the $1 billion-a-year shellfish industry—and the coastal communities that rely on it.
President Obama Vetoed Keystone XL. Hope He’s Warming Up His Pen Hand to Stop More Bad Bills.
Curbing Fertilizer Pollution Could Go a Long Way to Breathing Life Back into the Gulf.
Traffic Intersections Are Cesspools of Air Pollution.
For Wolverine Research, It’s All about Getting a Belly Shot of these Reclusive Scavengers.
Vetoing Keystone XL Is Just the Beginning
– Rhea Suh –
Director, Climate Change Special Projects
Dr. Evil and Polluters Exposed in Attacks on Clean Power Plan
Director, Land and Wildlife Program
President Obama Wants to Cut Funding for Agency that Kills Wildlife
Kill Keystone XL Once and for All
U.S. Shellfish Industry Threatened as Oceans become More Acidic
Southern California Public Radio
Filthy Apparel Industry Needs a Green Makeover
Reject Keystone XL! Tell President Obama to stop the dirty tar sands pipeline for good.
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