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Utah makes strides

The Beehive State has done a 180 over where it was ten years ago.In 2010, the Utah state legislature passed a resolution denying climate change. But that position started to unravel over the last few years, thanks in part to vocal advoca...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 25, 2020


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Hello, Monday! What's up?

What's newsy today, you ask? Reader beware: This report from the BBC on misinformation on Twitter caught our eye. According to a study con...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 24, 2020


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Climate Week En Review, February 21, 2020

As you read this, I'm touring a college campus with my first born, who is 100 percent going to leave me in the fall. Hold on, I have something in my eye...😭

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 21, 2020


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Climate Week En Review: Valentine's Edition

💚🌍Happy Valentines Day, Dear Reader! 🌍💚 Thank you for continuing to tune in to this diary of EcoRight activity. My heart is full of appreciation for you and the good work we ...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 14, 2020


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House GOP rolls out carbon capture bills

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, flanked by Rep. Garret Graves and other clean energy allies,

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 13, 2020


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LTE of the week: Senators bridge partisan divide to work on climate

We love seeing our spokespeople published so three cheers for Tyler Gillette and his Letter to the Editor (LTE) that ran today in the Columbus Dispatch thanking Senator Rob Portman for j...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 11, 2020


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Climate Week En Review, February 7, 2020

What a week, huh? I think we could all stand a little humor. So I'm here to report that the Groundhog did not see his shadow, meaning early spring. Because we all trust small mammals to make significant weather predictions, am I right? 🌦🌧🌈❄ ...

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 07, 2020


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Florida's chief science officer calls for emissions reduction

The state's first ever Chief Science Officer, Thomas Frazer, a University of Florida professor with a Ph.D. in biological sciences,

20141118 chelsea 122 Chelsea Henderson | February 05, 2020


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