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  • Gordon Tomb: Coal-waste power plants could close if new EPA rules adopted

    Gordon Tomb: Coal-waste power plants could close if new EPA rules adopted
    John Oelbracht has managed the Westwood Generation power plant in western Schuylkill County for 10 years. It's more than a job to him — it's an undertaking to clean up the environment while producing power for Pennsylvania homes. "We're on...
  • 'Case for Sustainable Meat' takes on many sacred cows

    When food guru Michael Pollan recently tweeted in support of Nicolette Hahn Niman's new book, "Defending Beef: The Case for Sustainable Meat Production," the protest that followed made it perfectly obvious why such a book is necessary. "A Cattle Rancher...
  • Would ethanol help the environment? Obama administration can't decide

    Would ethanol help the environment? Obama administration can't decide
    As President Obama looks to take legacy-defining actions while facing a hostile Congress, one of his more challenging decisions involves what goes into the fuel tanks of America’s cars. For months, the administration has dismayed innovators and...
  • The Sun's editorials are slanted

    The Sun's editorials are slanted
    The Sun editorialized in favor of President Barack Obama's historic agreement with China to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 ("Climate breakthrough," Nov. 12). Do you realize this means that China has no obligation to do anything for 16 years while...
  • Don't end rebates for solar panels

    Don't end rebates for solar panels
    Florida's utilities should not get yet another favor from the state's supposed energy regulators. Today, the Florida Public Service will decide whether to essentially abandon making conservation, efficiency and renewable alternatives part of energy...
  • Keystone comes up dry

    Keystone comes up dry
    Tuesday evening's Senate vote to approve the Keystone XL pipeline may have come up one vote shy of the necessary 60-vote margin, but it's surely not the last we've heard of the project. Republicans have become so enamored of TransCanada's vision of a 1,...
  • Acknowledging climate change in GOP's best interest

    Acknowledging climate change in GOP's best interest
    November has been a good-news/bad-news month for the climate struggle. The U.S. and China just inked an historic agreement to limit greenhouse gas emissions, but that accord is imperiled by the American electorate. We have just entrusted Congress to a...
  • Diane W. Husic: Progress expected at climate change conference in Peru

    Diane W. Husic: Progress expected at climate change conference in Peru
    On Monday, the 20th Conference of the Parties (COP20) will commence in Lima, Peru, to continue attempts to draft a global treaty on climate change. It has been 25 years since the international community called for action on greenhouse gases. When the...
  • New environmental science class has students digging deep

    New environmental science class has students digging deep
    Dirt was the star attraction Thursday in Carrie Denton's environmental science class at Laguna Beach High School. Students analyzed soil samples to determine their carbon dioxide level, an indicator of the material's health. They used microscopes,...
  • Thanks for the laughs, from group sex to fruit s'mores

    Thanks for the laughs, from group sex to fruit s'mores
    Before the tryptophan in the turkey induces somnolence, give thanks for living in such an entertaining country. This year, for example, we learned that California's Legislature includes 93 people who seem never to have had sex. They enacted the...
  • Trees make a city look more beautiful

    Trees make a city look more beautiful
    Years ago, author Alice Walker published a book of poems entitled "Horses Make a Landscape Look More Beautiful." Though the landscape in her verse was rural, she might well have said the same of the urban cityscape and its mature trees. Baltimore's...