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Possible Tornado Causes Damage near Charleston, SC

Posted: 09/25/2015 - Emergency officials near Charleston, South Carolina say at least 10 homes are damaged, but there don't seem to be any injuries after this morning's powerful storm.

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Indonesia Pledges to Curb Emissions Growth

Posted: 09/24/2015 - Indonesia, the world's fourth largest country, has pledged to strengthen the protection of its forests and boost the production of renewable energy in its target for a global climate pact.

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CA Officials Look to Rebuild after Wildfires

Posted: 09/24/2015 - California officials say the destruction of a northern community by wildfire will give them the opportunity to improve poor, sparsely populated Lake County.

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El Niño: One of Nature’s Biggest Weather Makers

Updated: 09/21/2015 - El Niño has arrived, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, and it’s making big news. But why? It simply comes down to the extensive impact El Niño has on the world’s weather patterns.

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Shift in US Firefighting Prioritizes Sage Grouse in West

Posted: 09/21/2015 - Federal agencies deciding how to deploy firefighters during one of the West's worst wildfire seasons are considering a new factor in their deliberations: an imperiled bird that inhabits a vast stretch of sagebrush from California to the Dakotas.

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Environment Group Official Says Texas Water Grid Should Wait

Posted: 09/21/2015 - A top official in Texas' largest environmental group says a proposal to study the possibility of a network that would pump water across vast Texas should be sidetracked until more immediate attempts at water conservation are examined.

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Oklahoma Agency Reveals New Well Plans in the Cushing Area

Posted: 09/19/2015 - The Oklahoma Corporation Commission says it is imposing new operating guidelines for oil and gas wastewater disposal wells in an area of north-central Oklahoma that has experienced frequent earthquakes.

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Environmentalists Challenging Some of West's Largest Mines

Posted: 09/18/2015 - Boosted by a recent victory in Colorado, an environmental group is expanding its legal campaign to try stop coal mining over climate change by challenging permits for some of the largest mines in the West.

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Researchers Find Heavy Metals Along river After Mine Spill

Posted: 09/18/2015 - Researchers say they found scattered accumulations of heavy metals along 60 miles of riverbank in Colorado and New Mexico after the Gold King Mine spill, and any potential threat to crops and livestock should be studied further.

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