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The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has opened in Iceland—turning carbon dioxide into stone

Not big enough to do much, but it's a start.

Thanks to Texas Tech climate scientist extraordinaire Katharine Hayhoe for pointing this story out on her Facebook Page.


As she noted, it's not big enough to do much, but it's a start.

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Final permit for controversial Michigan mine gets accepted. Tribe digs in.

As a massive open pit mine inches forward, Menominee tribe looks to legal remedies

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality accepted the fourth and final permit required for the controversial Back Forty Mine to move forward.

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Soils reveal a hidden cost of farming, and fertilizers

For every ton of fertilizer farmers apply to fields in the United States, almost 1,200 pounds is wasted due to inefficiency, with almost 400 pounds of that waste flushing into streams and aquifers.

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