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Want to Stall Climate Change and be Happier? Just Work Less

Shorter works hours could lead to significant cuts in carbon emissions, says new study

Saving our environment need not mean sacrifice. Rather, it could mean substantial improvements in our quality of life. A new study says that significant reductions in carbon emissions are possible if we all worked a little less. Photo by Johanna LoockSlowing down…
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by: Daniel Adel – February 20, 2013

In San Francisco, Thousands Rally to Urge Action on Climate Change

Simultaneous actions across the US on Feb 17 called on President Obama to Reject Keystone XL

Hoisting signs that read “Climate Justice” and “Their Keystone; the Earth’s Gravestone,” thousands of people rallied in Downtown San Francisco on Sunday to urge President Obama to take action on climate change and reject construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Photos…
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by: Daniel Adel – February 19, 2013

Mainstream Media’s Environmental Coverage: The Sound of Silence

Kardashians receive nearly 50 times more coverage than ocean acidification

The non-profit organization Project for Improved Environmental Coverage (PIEC) recently released a report that compared and ranked news organizations according to how they had prioritized environmental headlines. The news is grim: there’s a virtual black hole when it comes to green news,…
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by: Daniel Adel – February 11, 2013

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