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Conservation

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Top Conservation Articles

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  • Cutting carbon: Cap and trade — the sequel?

    Cutting carbon: Cap and trade — the sequel?
    When it comes to cutting carbon, what's old, it seems, is new again. Exelon Corp. executives are using terms like "cap and trade" and "carbon tax" in describing how they think Illinois should lower its carbon footprint in anticipation of the...
  • For Eric Frein search, state expands no-hunt area to Delaware State Forest

    Pennsylvania officials Wednesday night closed part of Delaware State Forest to hunters and hikers in the areas of Monroe and Pike counties where state police are searching for shooting suspect Eric Frein. The announcement by the state Department of...
  • LINDA C. BLACK HOROSCOPES for 10/02/14

    Today's Birthday (10/02/14). Expansion and growth comes through group participation this year. Express yourself and serve others with creativity. Craft a masterpiece. Changes with a partnership (especially after 10/8) lead to new and profitable...
  • McAuliffe's energy plans sticks with "all of the above"

    McAuliffe's energy plans sticks with "all of the above"
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe's new energy plan sticks to the "all of the above" strategy he's been espousing, with support for traditional energy sources in concert with a push toward renewables and a focus on the energy sector as a jobs-creating tool. For...
  • Victor Davis Hanson: By age 75 you may be old and in the way

    Normally, no one would care that in a recent Atlantic essay — "Why I hope to die at 75" — Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, 57, argued that living to be 75 years old was long enough for anyone. After 75, Emanuel suggests, "We are no longer remembered as...
  • Resources and support in Connecticut for people with Celiac disease

    October is Celiac Awareness Month, and studies show that Celiac disease is on the rise – there are four times as many cases, according to one 2009 study, than there were 50 years ago. The disease affects the small intestine, which is damaged by...
  • Library's music series to feature classical guitarist

    The Cooper Memorial Library's music series will present "Autumn Tones" featuring classical guitarist Joshua Englert from 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 7 on the main floor of the library, 2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont. Englert has a bachelor's degree in music...
  • Doctor participates in new Medicare program

    Internal medicine physician Dr. Martha Rodriguez and her office are one of the first local offices to participate in a new Medicare coordination program designed to increase quality of care and lower health care costs. Called an Accountable Care...
  • Investigations into teacher misconduct can take more than a year

    Investigations into teacher misconduct can take more than a year
    While Baltimore County officials were deciding whether Michael Williams was fit to continue teaching, he was assigned to a dusty, windowless room at a Pulaski Highway warehouse that held old textbooks, surplus computers and other materials. He, along with...
  • Fishing report for Sept. 25

    Recreational saltwater license fees likely will increase in 2015. The increase will average $5 for most licenses. The proposed fee increases are designed to offset budget reductions to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission that will be implemented over...
  • District hopes to tap new resource of groundwater

    District hopes to tap new resource of groundwater
    The Foothills area could gain a new way to combat the recurring drought as a study aims to see if an area of the Crescenta Valley can transform into a viable resource of usable groundwater. Earlier this year, the Crescenta Valley Water District chose...