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Keystone Pipeline leaks 210,000 gallons of oil

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The Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota has spring a leak and dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil onto a field.

EPA advisory boards bring new perspective

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EPA's Scott Pruitt names advisers who may jeopardize key environmental moves but will take a new look at our clean air policies.

Feds: It’s clear humans cause climate change

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The govt. released a blockbuster report that says, without question, human activity is responsible for most global warming.

Runoff from Harvey may threaten coral reefs

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Runoff from floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey in Texas now threatens coral reefs in a national marine sanctuary off the coast.

Will the US pull out of Paris?

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There's been a hint of bipartisanship in Washington lately, but will it affect international agreements? The wall? Immigration?

Wildfires affect folks miles away in Montana Rockies

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The Rocky Mountains in Mont. are breathtaking, but today, they're covered in smoke from wildfires that are impacting people's lives.

Can good governance cut greenhouse gases?

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Reducing greenhouse gases would reduce the effects of climate change. Have 9 states found a way to do that?

Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay is 200 years old

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Pollution, resulting in high nitrogen levels in the Chesapeake Bay estuary in Maryland, did not start building after World War II but about a hundred years earlier.

Breakthrough might save the Great Barrier Reef

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Starfish feed on coral & can wipe out big sections of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. But scientists are figuring out ways to solve that.

Fracking could be banned in Maryland

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Fracking has helped some companies extract oil and gas from the Earth, but it has also left permanent damage to the Earth's crust in its wake.