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Americans waste a ridiculous amount of food


By Russ Van Arsdale, executive director Northeast CONTACT
Posted Aug. 29, 2016, at 11:31 a.m.

The figures are more than troubling. With thousands of Mainers at risk of hunger every day and with so many resources used in the production of food, the amount that we waste is staggering.

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California Targets 1.5 Million Electric Vehicles in 10 Years

Environmental groups like Natural Resources Defense Council and electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors told CARB  that auto companies may be able to reach the state’s target by simply submitting credits, and changes to the program’s credit system are required. 159 more words

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The Mass Murder of America's Trees Must Stop

In 1996, after an unknown culprit drove a car over 30 saplings in a New York City park, the parks commissioner Henry Stern labeled such destruction “arbicide” and the city made the crime punishable by up to a year in prison. 700 more words

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TransCanada CEO says climate change policies not the answer for struggling pipelines

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Anti-Keystone XL group takes first shot at its new target: Energy East

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The debate over what happens to oil-sands crude in a freshwater spill just got a new twist — one that could help unlock stalled pipelines. 532 more words


NRDC's Linda Greer: Cheers and jeers for business

Some nonprofits, and people working inside nonprofits, pursue the same strategy, year after year, without stopping to ask whether they are having an impact. Not  1,776 more words