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A Nature Photographer Finding Fewer Back-Yard Birds

  ‘They used to come down here by the hundreds,’ an inveterate birder says of flocks now increasingly missing-in-action.

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More Electricity from Biomass a Goal in Lake Tahoe

  Improved air quality, reducing risks of forest fires, and more job creation are seen as products of Lake Tahoe’s push on biomass.

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Voices from Climate Scientists at AGU Annual Fall Meeting

This month’s Yale Climate Connections ‘This is Not Cool’ video captures insights and impressions from a sampling of the many world-class scientists who participated in the December 2014 annual AGU meeting.

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Avoiding a ‘Second Dust Bowl’ across the U.S.

  The 1934 Dust Bowl was caused by severe widespread drought — and the odds of a severe drought happening again are increasing.

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Virginia Beach Public Schools Taking Lead on Energy

  ‘Leading by example’ a key to major Virginia city’s public schools role in energy efficiency.

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NASA, NOAA: 2014 Global Temperature Warmest in Instrumental Record

NASA and NOAA say their separate analyses confirm 2014 as Earth’s warmest since 1980, with the 10 warmest years in the instrumental record, along with the year 1988, having occurred since 2000.

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Pendleton, Oregon, Blazing New Paths on Energy Use

  Zero-interest loans to home owners and businesses showing way to ‘solarize’ and ‘weatherize’ a well-known rodeo town.

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