Environment

World Carbon Dioxide Levels Cross Dangerous Threshold

by Anthony Marcusa

Planet Earth has set a terribly problematic precedent this spring, as the global concentration of greenhouse gas carbon dioxide broke a previously unsurpassed threshold. In March 2015, the global monthly

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Film Review: Fractured Land

by Anthony Marcusa

When Jannet Annesley, a rep for the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, gently, generically argues in support of fracking while saying ‘we’re all fractured within ourselves,’ it’s a moment of

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Ecuador President Invites Brad Pitt to Survey Chevron-Caused Pollution

by Anthony Marcusa

Ecuador President Rafael Correa has extended an invitation to one of the Hollywood’s most popular stars and powerful activists. In his weekly Saturday radio address, President Correa reached out to

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Livia Firth’s Met Gala Gown Made From Recycled Bottles

by Brianne Hogan

While last night’s Met Gala was filled with a number of statement gowns, none made such the important statement as Livia Firth‘s. Known as the “Queen of the Green Carpet,”

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Over 12 Million Trees Lost to California Drought

by Anthony Marcusa

The consequences of the four-year drought in California extend to all living things, and now we have an evaluation of the toll it’s taken on tress. According to a study

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Morrissey Wants Live Earth To Have Vegan Food Only

by Natalia Lima

Earlier this week PETA made it clear they were not happy with the event Live Earth for serving meat at its festival and now Morrissey is jumping in to support

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The Top Ten Most Polluted Cities in America

by Brianne Hogan

This is not good news. According to a new report from the American Lung Association, more than 40 percent of Americans live in a city with poor air quality. Not surprisingly,

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