February

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Climate rally last weekend the biggest ever

The nation's capital hosted what was billed as the largest climate rally in U.S. history.

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Anxiety drugs in the water are affecting fish

Dumping of drugs into water, flushing medicines down the toilet, or passing through people's bodies in an un-metabolized form are ways pharmaceuticals enter rivers and streams.

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Leaders arrested on eve of anti-Keystone XL pipeline rally

Prominent environmental and human rights leaders were arrested Wednesday outside the White House while protesting Keystone XL pipeline construction.

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Obama signals strong action on climate change

Many environmentalists are encouraged by the fact that Obama is now starting to discuss climate change more.

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Five million farmers sue Monsanto for "taxing production"

Farmworkers say Monsanto makes an exorbitant profit each year on royalties from "renewal" seed harvests.

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Europe may ban bee-killing pesticides

Under proposals now before the European Union, three pesticides that harm bees and have contributed to their overall decline may be banned soon on that continent.

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Professors at exhibition talk implications of climate change

They focused on its implications, how the public perceives it, and the attempt by conservatives to deny its very existence.