User: irge304 Topic: Urbanization
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Grassland hawks driven into Boulder County by heavy snow 4.12.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
Heavy snow and cold temperatures have contributed to an influx of grassland hawks in Boulder County.
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Renewable energy: Rise in global wind speed to boost green power 18.11.2019 BBC News - Science & Environment
Rising winds could increase energy production from turbines by a third over the next decade.
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After more than a century, agriculture is still alive in Boulder thanks to farm-to-table restaurants 20.10.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
A lot has changed since farms and ranches were flourishing more than a century ago in Boulder County. But amid the ever-expanding urbanization, pockets of agriculture are still alive and thriving.
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Parade float collapses at Colorado School of Mines homecoming, sending 10 people to the hospital 20.10.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
GOLDEN, Colo. – A two-story parade float collapsed in Golden on Saturday morning, sending 10 people to the hospital.
Missing: Nearly 3 billion birds that used to live in North America 20.9.2019 LA Times: Science

North America has lost nearly 3 billion birds since 1970, and the continent has also seen widespread population declines among hundreds of bird species.

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Will Lake Tahoe's invasive shrimp become the next mass-market health supplement? 7.9.2019 LA Times: Environment

UC Davis researchers have devised a new strategy to "Keep Tahoe Blue." They want to rid the lake of tiny invasive shrimp, but many question if the plan will work.

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Denver’s plan for bicycles is moving faster, but it could still take 18 years 2.8.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The Denver Post reviewed the city's bike and sidewalk plans, its progress so far and the public resistance that some new projects face.
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A run through Colorado’s Yampa whitewater reveals the wildness that remains. But will the West’s rivers survive urban demands? 23.6.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The rafts carried water-policy professionals who, as governments worldwide increasingly manipulate rivers to get water for growing populations, wanted a natural reference point. Their five-day foray last month was designed to connect them with the wildness that remains and also to forge a meeting of minds as the competition for water among western states increases.
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Road trip: On the trail of olives and oranges in Ojai 21.5.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

The route: Los Angeles to Interstate 5 north to California 126 west through Piru, Fillmore and Santa Paula to California 150 north to Ojai.

Miles: About 180 miles round trip from Los Angeles

Best time: Fall, winter and spring. Summer temperatures can climb into the 90s. There are festivals and...

Denver development politics: Voters’ questions answered 3.5.2019 Denver Post: All Political News
Here are the answers to some of the biggest development questions raised in Denver's 2019 elections.
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The reckoning of Denver’s boomtown mayor: Can Michael Hancock survive success? 10.4.2019 Denver Post: Local
Mayor Michael Hancock’s ascendant story once enraptured the city. Now, after eight years in office and an unprecedented population boom, he faces his sharpest challenge yet.
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Lyft, Uber, Pinterest: Are internet unicorns really worth billions? 31.3.2019 BBC: Business
Lyft is the first tech company to float this year but the $24bn business is yet to make profit.
In the Philippines, where 'rice is life,' a move to allow more imports signals change 14.2.2019 L.A. Times - World News

The Philippines has long touted the idea of self-sufficiency in rice, an essential staple here at the heart of every breakfast, lunch and dinner.

But rice growers like Efraen Serrano know that dream is falling further out of reach. The country’s geography doesn’t provide enough suitable land for...

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The American exceptionalism argument for preserving the electoral college 27.1.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

To the editor: Those like historian Joseph J. Ellis who call for ending the electoral college or suggest end runs around it overlook the highly negative consequences of their position.

If we had direct election of the president, candidates would only have to win in enough of the largest metropolitan...

Neighborhood Spotlight: La Habra Heights holds on to a rural vibe in the midst of urbanization 4.1.2019 LA Times: Commentary

The canyon that bisects La Habra Heights, cutting through the Puente Hills and connecting the coastal plains of Orange County with the San Gabriel Valley, gave the town its name. Derived from "la abra," the Spanish moniker for the low mountain pass, La Habra was also the name given the original...

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China's staggering 40 years of change in pictures 18.12.2018 BBC: World
China got rich over the last 40 years. Here's a guide to what changed, in pictures.
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Climate change: The massive CO2 emitter you may not know about 17.12.2018 BBC: World
Cement is the source of about 8% of the world's carbon dioxide emissions. How can this be changed?
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Helping Nigerians move from the slums to affordable green homes of their own 16.6.2018 Hindu: Society
Rapid urbanization has forced millions of Nigerians to live in slums and squatter settlements, as the country’s population is growing faster than its
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To check crime, Delhi top cop says verify migrants in unauthorised colonies 28.5.2018 Delhi – The Indian Express
Water mismanagement leaves India’s Silicon Valley parched 16.5.2018 Washington Post: World
India’s Silicon Valley is bracing for yet another thirsty summer.
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