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Pro Sports Teams Increasingly Going ‘Green’

  Climate change and a number of other sustainability issues are propelling new actions and commitments on parts of a number of professional sports leagues and teams.

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Renewable Energy Vehicles Climb Mount Washington

  From scrap heap to mountain top, electric vehicles climb iconic mountain road.

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A Short Trip from Ag Field to Dinner Table

  Fewer miles traveled lead to fewer emissions for perishables farmed closer to grocery stories and customers.

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More Protein for A Growing Global Population

  Farm-raised fish fed as vegetarians to feed growing global population on a warmer planet.

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Better Ranching and Better Stewardship

  A California rancher finds soil tests leading to a surprise composting discovery…and increasing carbon take-up holds promise for others.

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Chesapeake Bay Algae vs. Carbon Dioxide?

  A Maryland scientist is studying how a strain of algae in the Chesapeake Bay can help combat higher carbon dioxide concentrations.

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Arctic’s Disappearing Ice Means Changing Ecology

  Long-time Arctic Oceans researcher after 30 years now finds ‘a hard time finding sea ice.’

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