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Power Up with Community Solar – In The News #2

Solar power is a source of energy that has not been tapped into nearly as much as it should have by now in 2017. New York City is one of the most populated cities in the country, housing around 8.5 … Continue reading

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Alaska’s permafrost is thawing

Everybody knows global warming, but the arctic is warming twice as fast as other parts of the planet; high sea levels threaten coastal native residents, and moreover, sea ice and wildlife habitat are disappearing. Climate change is bringing tremendous harm … Continue reading

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Wave Goodbye to Gasoline Powered Cars?

The traditional automobile industry might be in for a rude awakening as electric cars prove to be much better in the long run for sustainability, according to the article “Are Electric Vehicles Pushing Oil Demand Over a Cliff?” by Erica … Continue reading

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In The News: Warm Northwest waters draw spawning fish north

In the news recently has been talk over the ocean warming in the Northwest; The unusually warm ocean conditions have made anchovies, sardines and hake spawn a lot earlier in the year. Researchers are very worried about the ocean warming, … Continue reading

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Better Labels = Less Food Waste

Globally, food waste contributes 8% of greenhouse gases every year. About 1 billion tons of food is wasted, costing $940 billion. 75% of this food waste is created on farms or during transportation, yet the other 25% happens on a … Continue reading

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