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July 23, 2014
INTERACTIVE MAP: People Along Keystone XL's Path

The U.S. Must Lead on Climate Threat

If established climate science, unfolding in real time before our eyes, does not prevail in the current Washington debate, then the fate of the world may look a lot like the dystopia popular in much of current cinema.

Washington Fire
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Crews Make Progress Controlling Largest Fire In State's History

Henry Waxman
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Group Tries To Make Climate Change A Winning Wedge Issue

Maine Lighthouse
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Maine Town Effectively Bans Tar Sands Oil

The Great Barrier Reef Won't Look Like This For Long

Insect Portrait
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Get Up Close And Personal With The Planet's Creepy Crawlies

Waste Water Recycling Texas
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'Toilet-To-Tap' Program Begins, But Will Residents Drink The Water?

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Would You Like Flame Retardants With That Couch?

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Climate Change Gets More Air Time On Some TV News Shows

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EPA Office Of Water Tweets About Kim Kardashian

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Philadelphia Zoo

The Black-Footed Cat Kittens Are Back And Hunting Crickets

Worlds Largest Insect
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This May Be The Largest Aquatic Insect, And It Will Haunt Your Dreams

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This Floating Platform Could Filter The Plastic From Our Polluted Oceans

Cows
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Here's One Big Thing You Can Do For A Greener Diet

Eddie Overholt
Greene County Sheriff's Department

76-Year-Old Veteran Arrested For Asking Officials To Speak Louder

Sunset
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The World Just Had Its Hottest June On Record

Fracking
Nicholas Kusnetz/Center for Public Integrity

How Oil And Gas Firms Transformed North Dakota

Kruger Park Rhino
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Evacuations May Be Next For These Endangered Animals

Cigarette Butts
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New Orleans Putting Smoked Butts In A Better Place

Official Says Jamaica's Drought Is Intensifying

Nhl Arena
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Pro Hockey Releases Sustainability Report

Shale Drilling
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Researchers To Test How Great Plains Shale Reacts To Fracking

Pygmy Marmosets
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Primate Rights vs. Research: A Battle In Colombian Rainforest

Wisconsin Train Crash
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Over 100 Homes Evacuated After Train Derails In Wisconsin

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This Baby Monkey Became Friends With Two Puppies

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As Gray Seal Populations Boom, So Do Conflicts

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Rabbi Preaches From Church Pulpits To Halt Climate Change

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Changing How We Share Sustainability Ideas

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Obama Opens East Coast To Oil Exploration For First Time In Decades

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Controversial Animal Laws Facing Federal Court Challenges

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Fracking Waste Affecting Water Supply In Dry California

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Senate Candidate To Kochs: Come At Me, Bros

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Endangered Wolf Cubs Born In Wild For First Time In Decades

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Couple Threatened With Fine For Brown Lawn In Drought-Plagued State

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Roughly 7,000 Sumatran Orangutans Left And They're Still Being Hunted

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Deadly Cat Virus Outbreak Hits Hawaii For The First Time Ever