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Top Conservation Articles

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  • Partnership affords chance to rebuild

    Partnership affords chance to rebuild
    Thanks to a partnership with Rebuilding Together Broward County Inc., one low-income neighborhood in Pompano Beach will get a significant upgrade. City Commissioners recently approved a $50,000 grant to the county nonprofit, which will select a...
  • Tom Steyer gets little payoff for millions spent on green issues

    Tom Steyer gets little payoff for millions spent on green issues
    Environmentalists had something in their arsenal for Tuesday's election they never did before: a billionaire benefactor willing to empty his pockets of tens of millions of dollars to bring climate change to the forefront of political debate and elect...
  • Vote online for Adopt-a-Lake photograph for 2015 calendar

    Vote online for Adopt-a-Lake photograph for 2015 calendar
    The public can vote online for their favorite photograph for the 2015 Adopt-a-Lake calendar. A panel rated more than 220 photograph entries and picked the top 32 semifinalists. The top 14 photos will be chosen for the calendar and the top-scoring...
  • Voters have no idea how to solve America's problems

    After the world's most expensive election $4 billion, Americans have made it crystal clear they haven't a clue what to do about the nation's problems. This is how we, the electorate, are being described: Sour. Dyspeptic. Demoralized. Disgusted....
  • City attorney creates strike force to combat illegal dumping in L.A.

    City attorney creates strike force to combat illegal dumping in L.A.
    Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer announced Thursday the creation of a strike force to combat illegal dumping in the city’s most notorious sites for such activity. The team, which includes members of city, county and regional agencies, will...
  • Federal railroad chief returning to Chicago to focus on transportation issues

     Federal railroad chief returning to Chicago to focus on transportation issues
    The nation's top railroad official is stepping down and will return to his Chicago-area roots to join the metropolitan region's planning agency to work on local transportation issues, officials said Thursday. Joseph Szabo, who has headed the Federal...
  • MSSA's Captain of the Year on the line at this weekend's Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic

    MSSA's Captain of the Year on the line at this weekend's Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic
    Dale Dirks will return to his roots when he competes in the Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic fishing tournament this weekend. "I grew up out there near Annapolis, near the Chesapeake Bay, and if you weren't fishing, you didn't have a whole lot to do," said...
  • Obama legacy may rest in an accord the planet needed

    The minute we glimpse a flicker of hope in the fight against climate change, Republicans in Congress announce their intention to snuff it out. Fortunately for the planet, it seems they can't. This week's stunning announcement of a long-range agreement...
  • U.S., EU override Australia to put climate change on G20 agenda

    U.S., EU override Australia to put climate change on G20 agenda
    The G20 communique will include a significant passage on climate change, EU officials said on Sunday, as the United States and other heavyweight nations override host Australia's attempts to keep the issue off the formal agenda. Much of the meeting of...
  • John Muir's legacy questioned as centennial of his death nears

    John Muir's legacy questioned as centennial of his death nears
    John Muir is the patron saint of environmentalism, an epic figure whose writings of mystical enlightenment attained during lone treks in California's wilderness glorified individualism, saved Yosemite and helped establish the national park system. As...
  • G20 commits to fight climate change; Russia isolated over Ukraine

    G20 commits to fight climate change; Russia isolated over Ukraine
    Leaders from the G20 group of nations agreed on Sunday to boost flagging global growth, tackle climate change and crack down on tax avoidance but ties between the West and Russia plummeted to a new low over the crisis in Ukraine. Russian President...