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Thousands of Americans continued to protest in North Dakota Saturday to demand the federal government stop the construction of an oil pipeline near Native American land. The Department of Justice is currently reviewing the case after a federal judge denied the tribes’ request to stop const...
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Earth Hour March 29 View this email in your browser Share Tweet ...
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Global resources are dwindling.  While a sobering reality, mankind is gradually beginning to solve the complex problems associated with the depletion of essential resources—fresh water, clean air, arable land, fossil fuels and many others. The cause for hope is that innovation is abundant in so...
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When scientists think about climate change, we often focus on long term trends and multi-year averages of various climate measures such as temperature, ocean heat, sea level, ocean acidity, and ice loss. But, what matters most in our day-to-day lives is extreme weather. If human-caused climate ...
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Mangroves Mangroves, our wetlands forests sustain biodiversity, provide livelihoods for millions of people and protect our land from tidal surges and storms. Learn more and take actions to preserve them. Bimini Mangrove's Threatened The Beauty and Importance of Mangrove Forests A very short fil...
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Thames Water has proposed this as one way of ensuring it can provide an adequate water supply for Londoners in the future. But could you stomach it? So it turns out the water I – and other Londoners – have been drinking hasn't, in fact, been through the kidneys of at least seven other people as I a...
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From unprecedented drought to killer cold, 2012 was a year of weather extremes. Becky Oskin In 2012, the United States suffered 11 weather-related events that cost $1 billion apiece, according to a preliminary list released Thursday (Dec. 20) by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...
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  The U.S. Navy angered Republicans by spending $26 a gallon for biofuels for this week's Great Green Fleet demonstration, but the Air Force received little attention when it paid twice as much per gallon to test synthetic jet fuel last month. The Air Force bought 11,000 gallons of alcohol-to...
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Send Us Your Documentaries, Your Short Films, Your Points of ViewWhat’s your favorite video about environmental or social responsibility and sustainability? Earth Protect wants to know – and to share those videos with our worldwide community. Get your point of view out into the world. Login to post ...
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"Does your wetland need you?" FROM THE EARTHPROTECT BLOG ROLLSWorld and Nat’l Wetlands DayThe country joins in the global celebration of World Wetlands Day (WWD) today in commemoration of the day in 1971 when the Ramsar Convention, an international treaty for the conservation and sustainable use of...
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We are thankful you are part of Earth Protect. Here's a fun video with some easy to do ways to green your Christmas. Together we are working to achieve a sustainable future.
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In 2011, people across the world took to the streets to voice their rights—from Tahrir Square to Arab Spring across the Middle East to Occupy Wall Street in the United States and Canada, it’s been an extraordinary year. Earth Protect supports the definition of sustainability from our partner Earth ...
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Robert Lilienfeld and William Rathje, authors of Use Less Stuff: Environmental Solutions for Who We Really Are, are also the founders of Use Less Stuff Day, celebrated since 1994 on the Thursday preceding Thanksgiving. Both efforts are an effort to convince consumers to think about how they consume ...
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Jimmy Gets the Last Laugh…If He Was That Kind of Guy - Fuel economy rates for America’s cars are at 1970s levels – 12-14 miles per gallon. President Carter didn’t have alternative fuels to work with at the time, but he did impose fuel standards for cars that averaged 28.5 mpg – a significant improve...
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Send a Love Note To the EarthSeptember 23rd is Love Note Day.Send us your Love Notes to Earth by September 20th and we’ll include as many as we can in our Love Notes newsletter on the 23rd. Love Notes can be sent in the form of video, blogs, photos or written notes. Be creative! Send the love to gr...
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Send a Love Note To the EarthSeptember 23rd is Love Note Day.Send us your Love Notes to Earth by September 20th and we’ll include as many as we can in our Love Notes newsletter on the 23rd. Love Notes can be sent in the form of video, blogs, photos or written notes. Be creative! Send the love to gr...
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Posted by on in Human Health
President Obama gave his State of the Union last night and set out a clear vision for our country. I agree that we need to win the future – and we can begin by investing locally in clean energy technology, reinvigorating our manufacturing sector, and leading the world to a sustainable 21st century e...
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Gravity field satellites observe for the first time the fluctuations of ice mass of the Antarctic ice sheet due to El Nino The change in the ice mass covering Antarctica is a critical factor in global climate events. Scientists at the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences have now found that t...
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I'm very pleased to present the new Earth Protect: www.earthprotect.com After an extended period of deliberation, design, and development, the NEW Earth Protect website is finally ready, completing the shift from our old web site and design to a state of the art web site. The new site will be a tre...
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Just a century ago, more than 1 million chimpanzees roamed the African forests. Today, scientists figure there are perhaps as few as 300,000 chimpanzees left. Without concerted action, the possibility of zero chimpanzees in the wild – indeed, a world in which remaining forests and savannas are virt...
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