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Democrats -- And Republicans -- Are Growing More Worried Over Climate Change
Source: FiveThirtyEight, 04/28/16
Summary: Two polls conducted in March suggest that Americans are more concerned about climate change than they have been in nearly a decade, and one of them shows that concern is increasing among Democrats, Republicans and independents. But that doesn't mean global warming has suddenly become a bipartisan issue -- the politics of it are still very different for each side.
EPA Administrator McCarthy Announces 2016 Safer Choice Partner of the Year Awards
Source: U.S. EPA, 4/28/16
Summary: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is recognizing 24 Safer Choice Partner of the Year award winners across 12 states, the District of Columbia and Canada for outstanding achievement in the design, manufacture, promotion and use of a range of cleaning and other household products that carry the Safer Choice label. Administrator McCarthy announced the winners at an event at a local hardware store in San Francisco today.
Banned PCBs still haunt Great Lakes
Source: Great Lakes Echo, 4/27/16
Summary: PCB emissions may still threaten residents of Chicago and other Great Lakes communities, according to a recently published study that calls for legislation to control the largest sources of the longtime pollutant.
Getting Smart About Waste
Source: Governing, 4/26/16
Summary: Technology has a role in moving toward a goal of zero waste, but so does the "soft" infrastructure of citizen activism and effective policies.
Mushrooms, whales and hurricanes: how bio-inspiration boosts energy efficiency
Source: The Guardian, 4/24/16
Summary: As bio-inspired engineering comes into its own, The Guardian takes a look at the innovative technologies using nature as a blueprint.
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