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September 16, 2014

Why We March

We march because we know that climate change affects everyone, but its impacts are not equally felt: those who have contributed the least to causing the crisis are hit hardest, here and around the world.

Wildfire Homes
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Californians Flee Ahead Of Racing Wildfire

Power Lines
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California Heat Wave Drives Power Demand To Highest Of The Year

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Activists Launch Truck Tour To Mock Scott Brown On Climate Change

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Why Walking To Work Is More Than Just Good Exercise

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Corgi And Wolf Cub Are Totally Wild About Each Other

Vegetarian Ramen
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11 Slurp-Worthy Bowls Of Vegetarian Ramen

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Goldfish Gets Brain Tumor Removed, Will Keep Swimming For Years To Come

Bear
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Pool Helps Make SoCal Heat Wave Bear-able

Sunset
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The Planet Just Had Its Warmest August On Record

Hurricane Odile
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Hurricane Odile Leaves Path Of Devastation Behind In Mexico

Chicken Farm
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REPORT: Major Farms Indiscriminately Use Antibiotics In Chicken Feed

Raccoons
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This Zoo Needs Your Help Spying On Animals

Texas Textbooks
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These Proposed Texas Textbooks Get Climate Change Wrong

Barnett Shale
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Study Identifies Source Of Water Contamination In Fracking Wells

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Man Won't Shower For 128 Days, Thanks To California's Drought

Dog
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Pets And Owners Stay Together During Tough Times With These Groups' Help

Explosion
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Chemistry Lab Mishap Injures Four High School Students

Ebola
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Fight Against Ebola Outbreak Is 4 Months Behind Where It Should Be

Hurricane Odile
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Hurricane Odile Brings Insane Amount Of Rain To Baja

What Will Survive in Hot, Acidic Oceans?

Honeybee This
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Blind Cat Goes Hiking, Is Adorable Example Of How To Live

Green Algae
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Ocean Algae Can Evolve When Faced With Climate Change

Peach
Carrie Kenny

MEATLESS MONDAY
Farmshare Austin, Growing Organic Famers

Japan Whales
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Japanese Whaling Program Under Scrutiny

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How The New York Times Overhyped The Benefits Of Fracking In Ohio

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