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Indiana Town Shuts Coal Power Plant In Favor Of Solar Farm

The new solar farm, scheduled for 2021, will be 80 acres and will produce 16 megawatts of solar power to help reduce dependency on...
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How Local Campaigns Can Make Rooftop Solar More Accessible To Communities Of Color

Warm sun rays are breaking through the clouds, as we see more local government campaigns to improve access to solar energy for communities of...
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From Ecological Disaster To Conservation Success in Iraq

Instead of a major ecological disaster, the Mesopotamian Marshes are now becoming one of the sanctuaries for wildlife in Iraq.
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The First Of Its Kind: A Climate Solutions Fund Run By Dominican Nuns

Sixteen congregations of Dominican nuns in the US pioneered a collaboration with Morgan Stanley to create a $130 million “climate solutions fund.”
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A Scottish Highlands Estate Becomes A Home To A New Family Of Golden Eagles

A pair of golden eagles successfully reared the chick at an artificial eyrie on the 10,000-acre Dundreggan Estate in Scottish Highlands for the first...
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Ancient Pompeii Had Its Own Recycling System

Archaeologists have recently discovered that ancient Pompeiians recycled locally and used litter bins too.
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How A Smarter Approach To Food Waste Could Limit Greenhouse Gases

Composting a ton of food waste in a small composter at home rather than sending it a landfill could reduce the amount of CO2...
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Can Green Ideas Solve Economic Issues?

By shifting away from the outdated and almost random stimulus of the past, there could be some substantial positive impacts on the environment.
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A Mexican Reef Could Inspire Global Changes

This summer has brought some great news from a Mexican reef called Cabo Pulmo because decisive local action has rejuvenated an amazing marine ecosystem.
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Good News For The International Fight Against Ivory Trade

There’s been some great news for the battle against the illegal trade in ivory, which could make it a lot easier for law enforcement...
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