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Mission: Animal Rescue Big and Small, Need Our Help

“Pets are considered property, and until that changes, it’s harder to make a difference." ~Diane Sullivan, assistant dean and professor, Massachusetts School of Law
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The Sun’s Electrifying Future Solar Power is a Worldwide Eco-Goldmine

Making the most of the “alchemy of sunlight” that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Daniel Yergin writes about in The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World, has required a global village of inventors, visionaries, scientists and engineers.
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Frack Attack: Drilling Poisons Both Water and Air

Major concerns about hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, as a means of extracting natural gas have centered on how toxic fracking fluids and methane injected into the ground can pollute water supplies. Now a new study published attests how fracking adversely impacts air quality, too.
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Bugs Linked to Factory Farm Antibiotics: Cause of Most Urinary Tract Infections

The bacteria E. coli now causes 75 to 95 percent of all urinary tract infections, and research from Iowa State University has confirmed that such occurrences are linked to factory farms that use antibiotics.