Six Environmental Imperatives for Obama in 2012

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There are several no-brainer decisions the president must make this year. President Obama won the White House on a platform of hope and change – promising an end to dirty corporate influence over our political system and a beginning to an era in which our energy choices lead us to a clean, sustainable future, or […]

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Signs of Hope in the Global Water Crisis

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There are many ways of looking at the global water crisis: conflict over waterways that cross state or international boundaries, drought or flood creating extremes, conservation and biodiversity, even the choice of whether to use water to grow crops or wash cars. But by far the most common manifestation of the water crisis is the […]

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Climate Change: The Quiet Catastrophe

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The worst natural disaster to strike the developed world in modern history came upon us within the past ten years. You may instantly think of Hurricane Katrina or of the most recent disaster in Japan. But measured in terms of loss of life, neither was as serious a disaster that quietly struck Europe in 2003, […]

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