On the coast of California, fisheries are closing and wildlife animals are at serious risk of seizures. The reason is a deadly neurotoxin produced by algae as a result of nitrogen runoff. As nitrogen runoff increases, the biotoxin-domoic acid-is reaching
A prohibition on toxic orange clouds is a promise for our health, safety, and welfare. Please, take the simple and effective step of ensuring that poisonous blasting emissions are kept in check at coal mines throughout the nation.
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New Jersey was a founding member of the RGGI cap and trade program. When Governor Christie pulled us out of the program, he contributed to our climate crisis while costing the state vital federal aid. We have missed out on $114 million in federal clean...
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the annual report of the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) as part of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) revealed that in 2013, three times as many people were displaced by natural disaster as by conflict.
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