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St. Paddy’s Day Green Bash in Columbus, Ohio

More than 300 people gathered at Brothers Drake Meadery for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration focused on the impacts of climate change in Ohio. Sierra ...

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Senator Collins calls for action at climate roundtable in Portland, ME

On February 20, 2015 MaineHealth, the American Lung Association of the Northeast, the Maine Conservation Alliance, and the University of New England hosted a roundtable ...

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Senator King at Mt. Abram Ski Area to Promote Clean Energy Solutions to Climate Change

On Monday, February 16, U.S. Senator Angus King toured clean energy projects, including an 803 panel solar installation, wood pellet-fired heating system, and an electric ...

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Chocolate Lovers for Climate Protection Week in Virginia

A witty sign showing up at climate rallies proclaims: "Save the Earth - It's the only planet with Chocolate!" And for good reason. The severe ...

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Northeast Ohio Already Feeling the Impacts of Climate Change

One hundred and fifty people attended a climate change impacts symposium at Case Western Reserve University to hear how climate change is already having impacts ...

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CO Hears First Hand From a Polar Explorer

This week explorer Eric Larsen shared his stories from two decades of extreme expeditions in the polar regions. One told anecdotes from his 2014 expedition ...

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