South Carolina floods, California drought
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October 9, 2015
Sea to Shining Sea
This week, President Obama announced plans for new U.S. marine sanctuaries that would protect tidal waters in Maryland and a big chunk of Lake Michigan—both home to historic shipwrecks and threatened wildlife. Don't stop there, Mr. President. More of our underwater treasures need protection before they're sunk.
The Rain Is Gone, but Devastation Remains in South Carolina.
How Do You Save Peregrine Falcons? Send Them to the City.
DID YOU KNOW?
It’s Only a Matter of Time Before a Hurricane Hits the World’s Largest Naval Base.
THE DEANS LIST
Smarter Ways to Conserve California’s Water Supplies
Will Our Oceans Eventually Stop Storing Carbon?
California’s False Choice Between Farms and Fish
– Rhea Suh –
Director, Midwest Program
Flint, Michigan’s Latest Problem? Lead Poisoning.
Director, California Advocacy
California Makes History with New Clean Energy Law
New York Times
India Announces Plan to Lower Rate of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
New York and California Banned Ivory Sales. Why not Hawaii?
The Obama Administration Sets New Limits on Ozone Pollution
Save the Arctic! Urge President Obama to make the area permanently off-limits to drilling.
We defend. We protect.
Photo Credits: Don Harder/Flickr; Ryan Johnson/North Charleston; John W. Iwanski/Flickr; Perrin Ireland; U.S. EPA; U.S. Navy
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