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Toxic algae like the kinds that fouled Toledo’s water supply and now threaten Florida are on the rise due to Big Ag and climate change. But we can learn from them, too.
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Our top picks: today's environmental news and best #greenreads.
Our top picks: today's environmental news and best #greenreads.
Our top picks: the best environmental news and #greenreads from around the web.
A longer cyclone cycle: Scientists believe that this week's rash of deadly tornados in the American Southeast are an indicator that man-made climate change has moved up the calendar for tornado season. Reuters Highway... read more >
In August, OnEarth ran a shocking article by Barry Yeoman about the spread of blue-green algae that is threatening to choke the life out of Lake Erie. It's an informative and truly sobering account of how the most fertile of... read more >
Deadly algae and invasive species are choking the life out of Lake Erie. It recovered from near-death 40 years ago, but the regulations that helped save it last time are under increasing attack.
A new energy boom is transforming U.S. communities and landscapes as oil and gas companies spend close to $100 billion in the hunt for dirtier and more dangerous sources of fuel. Economically depressed towns such as Wellsville, Ohio, are happy to let them. First in an occasional series.
Billions of fish die every year in power plant water intake systems. Is a new EPA rule going far enough to help fix the problem?
In the fight against climate change, NRDC harnesses the power of America’s heartland to stop dirty coal.
Clean-energy advocates and local citizens kill plans for a dirty power plant in the heart of coal country
A national campaign highlights the link between a strong labor force and a sustainable energy future