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A federal judge struck down Oakland’s ban on coal shipments

When a federal judge struck down Oakland’s ban on coal shipments this week, it represented a setback for environmental advocates. Nearly two years ago,...
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400th consecutive month of hot global temperatures

Our overheating planet just reached another staggering—maybe even astronomical—new milestone. In a report out Thursday, NOAA confirmed that April was the 400th consecutive month of...
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2017 California Coastal Commission Conservation Report Card Released

On May 6, Act Coastal released the 2017 California Coastal Commission Conservation Report Card. This Report focuses on important coastal projects and concerns, using the...

Another extreme heat wave strikes the North Pole

In four of the past five winters, the North Pole has witnessed dramatic temperatures spikes, which previously were rare. Now, in the lead up to...

Accelerating biodiversity loss may turn out to be the sleeper issue of the century.

A curious thing about H. sapiens is that we are clever enough to document — in exquisite detail — various trends that portend the collapse of...
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Two weeks of summer trail work announced

  Bigfoot Trial Alliance is excited to announce two Bigfoot Trail work events this summer. Just sign up to reserve your spot and we will...