This is What a Responsible TV News Segment on Climate Change Looks Like (Video)

November 2, 2011 by  
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This NBC report is the best segment on global climate change that has aired in recent memory.

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UK Solar Industry on the Ropes, Battling Dramatic Government Cuts

November 2, 2011 by  
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Having experienced an unprecedented boom, the UK solar industry may have to absorb over 50% cuts in Government subsidies. But industry insiders say there is another way.

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Despite Global Ban, Small Planes in U.S. Still Use Leaded Gas

November 2, 2011 by  
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Leaded gas has been banned since the 1970s. So how come small airplanes account for 50% of the lead air pollution in the U.S.?

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Americans Not Making Great Progress on Home Energy Efficiency Improvements

November 2, 2011 by  
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Just 15% of Americans have gotten home energy audits, and one-third don’t even think they need one.

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The Week in Pictures: Hurricane Irene, Vacation at "Farmland World," and More (Slideshow)

September 2, 2011 by  
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Image: TreeHugger Hurricane Irene, which we covered in a live blog , was one of the larger storms to hit the northern United States in recent memory. Aerial footage showcases the massive flooding in Vermont. We also have wacky new vacation spot “Farmland World,” Steve Jobs out and what it means for eco Apple, civil disobedience at Tar Sands protests, and more in our roundup of the best images on TreeHugger this week.

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Google Earth, Now with 3D Trees

November 29, 2010 by  
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If it’s good enough for every major movie in recent memory, it’s good enough for trees. Google Earth 6 is out, and features “3D Trees.” No special glasses required (and no ridiculous upcharges ). Just think, maybe some day this will be the best way to show your kids what trees look..

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Why Dire Pollution Predictions from First Earth Day Haven’t Come True

March 23, 2010 by  
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Image via AEI In one of the more bizarre blog posts I’ve read in recent memory, the American Enterprise Institute’s Mark J. Perry notes that some of the most dire predictions about the threat of air pollution and environmental degradation that surrounded the first Earth Day never came true. And therefore, there’s no reason to get worked up about pollution regulation (or other environmental woes) now.

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