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  • ... studied disregard of the public's putative desires to be green . Presidents are as complicit in this conundrum as any other ... law, and the federal government took the fabled terrain back . LBJ claims the eighth spot (notably for the 1964 Wilderness Act, and a ...
  • ... those agencies. The GOP got very little presidential push back , and Salazar himself initially indicated that he would hold off on ... President Clinton, who no one has ever confused with his green running mate Al Gore, showed little interest in things environmental. ...
  • ... still believe that our obligations as Americans are not just to ourselves, but to all posterity." That future, President ... waterways; our croplands and snowcapped peaks. That is how we will preserve our planet, commanded to our care by God." Char ...
  • ... area in the East." In the end, it was never built, beaten back by a grassroots coalition that concurred with Carson's admonition, ... the president appeared much more captivated by the news of the successful completion of the Test Ban Treaty that broke while he ...
  • ... do buildings mean? How do their volume, mass, and detail convey their subject and significance? ... civic centers or skyscrapers stand for something?The U. S. Green Building Council (USGBC) believes so. Since its founding in 1993, the ... not. LEED's many critics are wary of the system's low bar for certification, arguing that it asks too ...
  • ... the rules under which it protects the nation's iconic golden and bald eagles, long an obstacle to wind turbine development. That ... Pine Tree Wind Farm in the Tehachapi Mountains made the news this year for killing eight eagles in two years.Since 2009, the Interior ...
  • ... political, and environmental--that set the context for how they lived. Their approaches differed, to be sure. Take water. King ... same for the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. These parallels are not by happenstance or without consequence. Without the insights of King ...
  • The fatigues aren't the only things that are green in the military. Correspondent Brian Rooney shows how the military ... Station. Pfannensteil: People are going to look back and say once the military got into this, it moved a lot faster. Rooney: ...
  • ... the trash. In this installment of our "Extreme Green " series, meet people who take environmental living to new limits: ... that our grandparents did. You know, generations back , they were much more careful with their food. They did know ... diver: Pastrami? Wow. Twenty-three dollars and forty one cents. Zavala: This was Donna's second time dumpster ...
  • There are news aggregators, but is there one for social causes? Yes there is, ... character, than giving our all to a difficult task. How does Giveback inspire users to be responsible?We believe that we all take ...

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