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On January 27, 2015 By Lorraine Baer January 27, 2015
Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System has been getting a lot of media attention lately. Unfortunately, the coverage hasn’t totally been focused on reliable and affordable clean energy.
The facility, located in the Mojave Desert, is the largest solar “power tower” system in the world. Among its advertised benefits, the company’s website promises to avoid [...]Continue Reading →
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On January 21, 2010 By Emily Beverage January 26, 2014
On December 30, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia issued an opinion concluding a nearly 10-year battle between animal welfare organizations and Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, over the treatment of Ringling’s elephants. Judge Emmet Sullivan dismissed the case, ASPCA v. Feld Entertainment, after determining that the [...]Continue Reading →
Hunting has long been firmly ingrained in American culture, and governments have always had to regulate hunting carefully to protect certain species from possible extinction. In 1974, responding to over-hunting, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) listed the gray wolf as an endangered species in the lower 48 states, pursuant to [...]Continue Reading →
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