February 1, 2014
by s.e. smith
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Why can’t you walk to the big game?

Super Bowl XLVIII, featuring my archenemies the Seattle Seahawks against the Denver Broncos, is about to go down. Millions of fans will be gathering around TV screens across the country to watch, but of course the best experience of all is available to… Continue reading

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February 5, 2013
by MoreRecycling
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Klondike, puppy born from a frozen embryo, fetches good news for endangered animals

Meet Klondike, the western hemisphere’s first puppy born from a frozen embryo. He’s a beagle-Labrador retriever mix, and although neither of those breeds are endangered, Klondike’s very existence is exciting news for endangered canids, like the red wolf. Continue reading

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May 16, 2011
by Leila Monroe
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Fins Aren’t Worth It: In California and Around the World, Sharks are Too Valuable to Lose

Leila Monroe, Staff Attorney, Oceans Program, San Francisco One way or another, shark finning will have to end.  Either shark species around the world will be wiped out from overfishing, or we will realize how unsustainable shark finning is and st… Continue reading

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August 28, 2010
by ICGblog
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I Commit To Green has hit 200 Twitter followers

Exciting News!! I Commit To Green has hit 200 followers on Twitter!!! If you would like to follow us, go to http://bit.ly/bdgBKZ. Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on FacebookShare on Linkedinshare via RedditTweet about itBuzz it upSubscribe to the comments … Continue reading

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August 17, 2010
by Johanna Wald
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NRDC approves first solar project: Lucerne Valley Project

We share exciting news this week as environmental groups, including NRDC, support our first utility scale solar energy project – the Lucerne Valley Solar Project near Victorville in San Bernardino County. This is the first solar power project, an… Continue reading

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