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Conservation

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Top Conservation Articles

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  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    Emergency outreach Volunteers are needed at the North County Emergency Outreach Network to staff the office, stock shelves, bag food for the pantry and donate food and other items for the pantry. Information: 410-766-1826 or olchesapeake.org. Healing...
  • 3 questions: Where Laguna council and school board candidates stand on the issues

    Laguna Beach City Council Two incumbents and five challengers are running for three spots on the five-member council. The Coastline Pilot asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) What is one realistic, financially prudent step the city can...
  • LCF Council takes steps toward citywide historical preservation plan

    Members of the La CaƱada City Council discussed Monday steps that could be taken to come up with methods for preserving historical buildings and points of interest throughout the city. After hearing a staff report, the Council elected to allow Mayor...
  • Susan Glickman: Tallahassee still tone deaf on climate change

    Susan Glickman: Tallahassee still tone deaf  on climate change
    It's no secret South Florida is "ground zero" for climate change impacts — especially sea-level rise. Also clear is the enormous potential to meet that challenge by using energy smarter and investing in solar power, creating jobs in the process....
  • Eva Longoria's 'Food Chains' Doc Gets Spanish-Language Version (EXCLUSIVE)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Producers of Eva Longoria's farmworker documentary "Food Chains" have created a Spanish-language version of the film that will be released simultaneously with the English version. The Spanish-language version is voiced by "The...
  • Hampton Roads military bases brace for climate change, sea-level rise

    HAMPTON — When Hurricane Isabel raged through Hampton Roads in 2003, tidal levels rose 7.9 feet, putting most of Langley Air Force Base underwater. As the waters receded, the damage was immense. Two hundred facilities on the base were affected....
  • LINDA C. BLACK HOROSCOPES for 10/23/14

    Today's Birthday (10/23/14). This is your year! With the Sun, Venus, and today's New Moon/Solar Eclipse in your sign, your personal power expands. Use communications and networking to rake in the gold. Responsible management leads to a rise in...
  • Japan PM's new minister hit by scandal over racy bar bill

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's new trade minister on Thursday called his support group's spending at a racy bar "inappropriate," but declined to sell shares in Tokyo Electric Power, the operator of the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant his ministry supervises....
  • Politicians agree: They aren't scientists

    When an editorial board recently asked Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell about climate change, he said he wasn't a scientist. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. Rick Scott, both Republicans, have said the same thing. New York Gov. Andrew...
  • Public health is a responsibility shared by all, not just the CDC, which is doing its job

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Ebola is a recent phenomenon for most people. Their thinking might also be that the Ebola horse has left the barn and our government, specifically the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is not riding it. For others who have...
  • Experts share strategies for effective parenting

    Pre-school social worker Jennifer Rogers spends a lot of time working with parents in the Putnam school system where she's worked since 2013. Her role is to bridge the gap between home and school by helping children make that transition through pre-school...