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Category: Resource Management :: Wells
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Carbon and the Deep Blue Sea: Why Recovering Fish Stocks Hold the Key to Sequestering Carbon at the Bottom of the Sea 20.9.2019 Main Feed - Environmental Defense
Carbon and the Deep Blue Sea: Why Recovering Fish Stocks Hold the Key to Sequestering Carbon at the Bottom of the Sea
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Climate change could mean less farming in the West 20.9.2019 Small Business | GreenBiz.com
Colorado and California are rethinking water management for a hotter, drier future, while balancing urban water needs with the benefits agriculture brings to rural communities.
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Developers seeking water for booming Front Range look to the San Luis Valley, where farmers already face well shut-offs 16.9.2019 Denver Post: Local
Thousands of feet under irrigated green crop circles, Colorado's low-income San Luis Valley holds vast water in a super-deep aquifer, and developers 180 miles away on the booming-yet-water-stressed Front Range want to tap it to supply suburban expansion.
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Newsom plans to veto bill that would have blocked Trump's rollback of endangered species protections 15.9.2019 LA Times: Environment

Newsom plans to veto bill that would have imposed strict endangered species protections

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California lawmakers vote to block Trump's environmental rollbacks, defying Newsom 14.9.2019 LA Times: Environment

California lawmakers passed Senate Bill 1, defying Gov. Newsom and pushing the state to adopt federal environmental and labor rules in place before Trump took office. Will Newsom sign it?

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4 reasons why urban landscapes are a linchpin for climate resilience 12.9.2019 Resource Efficiency | GreenBiz.com
Properly designed and managed using sustainable landscape strategies, outdoor areas can help communities significantly.
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Colorado ramps up response to toxic “forever chemicals” after discovery of hot spots across metro Denver 10.9.2019 Denver Post: Local
Tests have measured PFAS contamination of groundwater in metro Denver at levels up to 2,928 times higher than a federal health advisory limit, officials at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment told The Denver Post.
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Color coordinating: How urban green infrastructure can build resilience 10.9.2019 GreenBiz.com
We need to promote natural “green” infrastructure such as forests, wetlands, and urban green spaces that can reduce risks from natural disasters.
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California lawmakers challenge Trump's bid to expand oil drilling and fracking statewide 10.9.2019 LA Times: Environment

California moved to block the Trump administration from allowing new fracking and other oil and gas wells in national parks and wilderness areas across the state.

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Water interests are fighting California's bid to block Trump's environmental rollbacks 9.9.2019 LA Times: Environment

California lawmakers are set to adopt strict Obama-era federal environmental and worker safety rules the Trump administration is dismantling. Big water agencies are fighting it.

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Column: Trump's trashing of NOAA's scientific reputation is part of his war on science 9.9.2019 LA Times: Science

President Trump's trashing of NOAA's reputation is part of his pattern of trashing scientific knowledge.

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North Carolina Braces for Another Flood of Hog Poop 7.9.2019 Mother Jones
It’s emerging as an annual rite: A massive hurricane roars across North Carolina and deposits epic amounts of water on the state’s coastal plain, home to a tangle of rivers intertwined with one of the globe’s most intense concentrations of industrial-scale hog and chicken operations.  What could go wrong? Well, in 2018, extreme rains and […]
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How to have an all-renewable electric grid 5.9.2019 Small Business | GreenBiz.com
Decarbonized energy systems are completely feasible, technically. The only barriers are political and cultural.
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After battering the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian threatens the Carolinas with flooding 5.9.2019 L.A. Times - World News

A day after the most powerful hurricane on record ever to hit the Bahamas finished mauling the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama, Florida emerged largely unscathed. But the Carolinas could see record flooding.

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#ChefsForBahamas Trends as José Andrés Works to Feed The Hurricane Dorian-Ravaged Bahamas 5.9.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
In an effort to provide some relief, world renowned chef José Andrés has traveled to the territory with his nonprofit organization, World Central Kitchen, on a mission to feed those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
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It's Not Just Sugary Drinks That Are Bad for You—Artificially Sweetened Ones Also Appear to Increase the Risk of Death 3.9.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
"Artificially sweetened beverages are often considered by the consumers as safe alternatives to sugary drinks since they provide very few calories but their effects on long term health remain very uncertain," an expert told Newsweek.
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As rising heat bakes U.S. cities, the poor often feel it most 3.9.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Hotter neighborhoods tend to be poorer in dozens of major U.S. cities. That extra heat can have serious health effects for those living there.
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Intel, Adobe, IBM and others on the lifecycle of corporate sustainability goal-setting 3.9.2019 Design & Innovation | GreenBiz.com
Citi, Keurig Dr Pepper and Micron set speedy targets, while Ingersoll Rand plays the long game.
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'Pokémon Go' Ultra Bonus Week 1: Start Time, Shiny Sentret, Gligar and More 2.9.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Special Unknown will begin hatching from 10km Eggs.
Girl, 12, Drowns in Tragic Hotel Swimming Pool Accident During Family Holiday 29.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Alisa Adamova from St Petersburg was under water for 15 minutes at he hotel in Bodrum, Turkey.
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