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Conservation

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  • Climate change fears spur divestment on fossil fuels

    In the run-up to a United Nations summit this week aimed at combating climate change, a small but growing number of multimillion-dollar investors are demanding more aggressive steps to wean countries from fossil-fuel consumption. The fledgling...
  • Capitalism and climate change

    For some of the people in New York this week demanding action on global warming, the menace is not just carbon dioxide. The real Tyrannosaurus rex is the American economic system. On Monday, the day after the huge march through Manhattan, a few hundred...
  • Irvine Co. land grants mix altruism and financial strategy

    Irvine Co. land grants mix altruism and financial strategy
    The GMC Yukon trundled past a barbed-wire fence and up a dry grassy hillside — the brush scratching loudly against its underside — toward a peak with sweeping views. Below, the blue and glassy Irvine Lake stretched toward the 241 Toll Road....
  • Plan to disburse climate change funds challenged by Bay Area officials

     Plan to disburse climate change funds challenged by Bay Area officials
    Bay Area public officials are challenging a state plan to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to fight climate change by cleaning the air in some of California's poorest and most polluted communities, most of which are in Southern California. The...
  • Costs weighed for sewer retrofit near Wekiwa Springs

    Costs weighed for sewer retrofit near Wekiwa Springs
    An Orange County commissioner wants government to pay all costs of extending sewer service to 380 homes near Wekiwa Springs that rely on septic tanks blamed for polluting the region's famous environmental treasure. Fred Brummer will pitch the deal to...
  • What about those other greenhouse gases?

    The U.N. Climate Summit that starts Tuesday is a precursor to the Paris climate conference scheduled for next year. No treaty will come out of the summit in New York, which is more of a brainstorming and cheerleading session. But here's one topic we'd...
  • Let's make a climate deal, California

     Let's make a climate deal, California
    It has been almost 25 years since the United States joined much of the world in Rio de Janeiro and tentatively agreed to do something to reduce the pollutants associated with global warming and other climate disruption. Since then, though, the U.S. has...
  • NFL partners with National Domestic Violence Hotline

    NFL partners with National Domestic Violence Hotline
    The NFL has teamed up with the National Domestic Violence Hotline to provide “much-needed resources” to the organization in order to help women who have been abused. A hotline spokesperson told ESPN.com that the commitment was a “...
  • Google severs ties with conservative group over climate change stance

    Google is breaking ties with the American Legislative Exchange Council, a prominent network of conservative state legislators that, among other projects, works to roll back laws that promote solar and wind power, the company's chairman said Monday....
  • Volunteers sought for International Coastal Cleanup

    Clean beaches provide more than a pleasant spot to enjoy the sand and surf. They protect marine life and the food chain. To clear dangerous debris, Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful is joining the Ocean Conservancy's 29th annual International Coastal...
  • LeJeune to represent city on policy committee

    Carisse LeJeune, assistant city manager, has been appointed to the Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Legislative Policy Committee for 2014-2015 with the Florida League of Cities. LeJeune, who has been with the city of Boynton Beach for 14 years,...