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The Root of Conservative Is Conserve PDF Print E-mail
Global Warming

A Republican Case for Climate Action

Published: August 1, 2013 51 Comments

EACH of us took turns over the past 43 years running theEnvironmental Protection Agency. We served Republican presidents, but we have a message that transcends political affiliation: the United States must move now on substantive steps to curb climate change, at home and internationally.

The costs of inaction are undeniable. The lines of scientific evidence grow only stronger and more numerous. And the window of time remaining to act is growing smaller: delay could mean that warming becomes “locked in.”

Read more: The Root of Conservative Is Conserve
AMA Urges Testing of Pacific Seafood PDF Print E-mail
Nuclear Energy

AMA Urges Testing Pacific Seafood For Radiation

Fukushima seafood
The American Medical Association has passed a resolution calling for the US to continue to monitor and publicly report radiation contamination in seafood. The original resolution included the language that cited Fukushima as a main reason for the concern and focused on the Pacific ocean. The final resolution broadened it to include all seafood.
Read more: AMA Urges Testing of Pacific Seafood
Fukushima Update PDF Print E-mail
Nuclear Energy


It has been almost two-and-a-half years and the situation at Fukushima doesn't seem to be getting any better.

You can read more about it at: http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/2013-08-01/fukushima-worse-you-know

Harness the Sun PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy

Harness the Sun's Powerful Rays

New on NASA's Climate Kids

A tiny magnifying glass can focus just a little bit of the Sun’s light into a beam strong enough to start a small fire. Imagine doing the same thing with an entire field’s worth of sunlight! This powerful beam is the key ingredient in the newest form of solar power—concentrating solar power.

Read all about this new technology at Climate Kids: http://climatekids.nasa.gov/concentrating-solar.



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