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Yes, the U.S. can reduce emissions 80% by 2050 — in six graphs

A new report looks at how America can get on course to avoid dangerous climate change. There are multiple pathways to that goal, but we gotta start now.

Turning Food Waste Into Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

A new anaerobic digester technology turns waste food into compressed natural gas ready for use in CNG-powered vehicles The post Turning Food Waste Into Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) appeared first on Sustainablog.

Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank admire the feminism in 'Homesman' western

To which part of calling "The Homesman" a "feminist western" would Tommy Lee Jones, its director, co-writer, co-producer and costar, be more likely to object?

13 vegan Thanksgiving recipes we’re grateful for

Whether you're a vegan yourself or you're cooking for a wide range of dietary needs, these recipes will serve you well on Thanksgiving -- and all winter long, too.

How oil ate the heart of North Dakota

A New York Times investigation traces how oil-money influence and federal absence left a state's environment open to pillage.

Darren Wilson, recalling shooting, said Michael Brown looked like demon

It started with a simple request — "will you just walk on the sidewalk?" Forty-five seconds later, Michael Brown lay sprawled on the street, shot dead by a police officer who had never before drawn his gun in the line of duty.

Full Jurassic World Trailer to Debut on Thanksgiving

Those dino-mite dinosaurs are coming back next June Film Jurassic Park Jurassic World

NFL Week 12: Buffalo shuffles off to Detroit and pounds Jets, 38-3

— After a week of frightening weather, an abbreviated practice schedule and an out-of-state trip to play a "home" game, the Buffalo Bills played one of their best performances of the season.

The Arrests Began on Burnaby Mountain

Originally Published on the ECOreport The arrests began on Burnaby Mountain. Police pushed the protestors back to the “legal protest” zone on Thursday.  Twenty-six were arrested.  David Suzuki’s grandson, Tamo Campos, and at least two members of the Squamish Nation were among them. Show More Summary

San Diego Loses Appeal On Its Weak Transportation Plan

Back in 2011, the San Diego Association of Governments issued a really bad regional transportation plan.  These plans must prioritize transportation investments across the metropolitan region for the coming decades and are the basisShow More Summary

UCLA basketball vaults into top 25 after 4-0 start

The UCLA men’s basketball team successfully navigated their first four games of the season, and on Monday, they were rewarded. When the national polls came out, UCLA moved into the rankings.

Yes, we can beat climate change — but it will take massive international government coordination

The Deep Decarbonization Pathway Project is doing some of the most important work in the world, laying out how can keep climate chaos in check.

Trojans' Javorius Allen still in the race to lead Pac-12 in rushing

USC tailback Javorius Allen is now playing catch-up for the Pac-12 Conference rushing title, but he does not need to make up a large margin to accomplish the feat.

Allan Kornblum dies at 65; founder of Coffee House Press

Allan Kornblum, who founded Toothpaste Press in 1973 in Iowa City, and reinvented it as Coffee House Press after moving to Minneapolis in 1984, died on Sunday of complications from leukemia. He was 65. First diagnosed in 2006, Kornblum continued to run Coffee House until 2011, when he turned...

Why hotter temps won’t convince Republicans climate change is real

Polling data suggests that even when the heat is on, political ideology outweighs facts.

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