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Stop Dangerous Fracking Gas Storage Expansion in New York’s Finger Lakes!

By photosearth / April 28, 2016

TAKE ACTION! Join #WeAreSenecaLake in resisting plans to turn New York State’s Finger Lakes into a fracked gas transportation and storage hub for the entire Northeastern United States. In spite of overwhelming opposition, and grave geological and public health concerns, out of state Crestwood has federal approval to move forward... EcoInternet – Earth Blog

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Demand Oil Exploration End in Uganda Near Gorilla Rich Virunga National Park

By photosearth / April 27, 2016

TAKE ACTION! Virunga National Park– Africa’s oldest national park and an UNESCO World Heritage site – is once again threatened by oil production. Virunga in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjacent Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda are home to a large population of wild gorillas, many other... EcoInternet – Earth Blog

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End Logging in Poland’s Bialowieza Forest, Europe’s Last Large Old-Growth Forest

By photosearth / April 26, 2016

TAKE ACTION! Poland’s Bialowieza Forest – the last intact European temperate lowland old-growth natural forest and UNESCO World Heritage Site – remains threatened by industrial logging. It is time to end old-growth forest logging in Poland, and globally, to prevent regional ecosystem failure, limit abrupt climate change, and avoid biosphere... EcoInternet – Earth Blog

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Stop Being Afraid, Work Together to Make Things Better

By photosearth / April 24, 2016

Things could be so much better, if we want them to be. There are tremendous benefits to be realized by coming together to make peace, promote equity and justice, protect natural ecosystems, and end fossil fuels. But it requires us to reject religious fanaticism, think freely and generously, help the... EcoInternet – Earth Blog

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Stop Being Afraid, Work Together to Make Things Better

By photosearth / April 18, 2016

Things could be so much better, if we want them to be. There are tremendous benefits to be realized by coming together to make peace, promote equity and justice, protect natural ecosystems, and end fossil fuels. But it requires us to reject religious fanaticism, think freely and generously, help the... EcoInternet – Earth Blog

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Aliso Canyon, Methane, and Global Climate: A Conversation with Paul Wennberg

By photosearth / April 18, 2016

News Writer:  Kimm Fesenmaier Paul Wennberg Credit: Michelle Feynman for Caltech On October 23, 2015, the Aliso Canyon underground storage facility for natural gas in the San Fernando Valley—the fourth largest of its kind in the United States—had one of its wells blow out, leading to a large release of methane. The leak was not […]