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The Stream, September 16: Corporate Sustainability Ranking

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What are the largest additions and deletions in the 2011 Dow…

The Stream, July 6: Climate Change and Security

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A newly released report by the Institute for Policy Studies suggests…

The Stream, June 7: U.S. Energy Policy

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The U.S. Department of State will hold public meetings in five…

Feds Pledge $47 Million To Asian Carp Fight; States Appeal Court Loss

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Last week, the Obama Administration announced an updated plan, which included additional research but not closing the Chicago locks.

The Rising Cost of Settling the American Desert

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Power plant that moves torrent of water uphill considers closing

In Solar Power Lies Path to Reducing Water Use For Energy

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California’s latest proposed desert solar power plant could compromise desert habitat.

Obama Administration Pledges $78.5 Million to Fight Asian Carp; Great Lakes Governors Want More Than Cash

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Following a Monday “carp summit” at the White House, Governor Jennifer Granholm said that she was “very disappointed”

Analysis: U.S. Senator Inhofe's Denier Rhetoric Not Heard in Copenhagen

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The Obama administration revealed more commitments for climate action even as a U.S. naysayers, Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe, touched down for a few hours in Copenhagen to deny that a problem existed at all.

Final Week of Copenhagen, the Last Act of Negotiations Remains Unclear

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Like all spellbinding human dramas the United Nations Climate Change Conference, which today entered its second and last week, represents the accumulated chapters of an urgent script - the fate of the planet.