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Thursday, May 12, 2016

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CLIMATE & ENERGY

Obama’s latest climate move: Cracking down on methane from fracking

The EPA has just finalized rules that will limit methane pollution for the first time ever.
LIVING

Listen to this relaxing jam on a sunny afternoon

Watch Sam Cohen perform a tune from last year's Pickathon music festival.
SLICK SNACKS

Don’t look now, but the oil industry miiiight be poisoning your food

Some of the food you eat is probably irrigated with reused water from the oil industry. Bon appetit!
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Amid fire evacuations, Alberta oil production restarts

Companies are flying in workers to staff oil operations — because thousands of local workers have had to leave their homes.
FOOD

Climatarian, vegavore, reducetarian: Why we have so many words for cutting back on meat

These new words reflect a shift in our understanding of what food choices mean.
CITIES

Will Uber and Lyft learn anything from their defeat in Austin?

If the ride-hailing companies are smart, they'll start to work with local governments instead of trying to bully them into submission.
BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

Keystone pipeline still a pain in nation’s butt

Pipeline boosters just won’t give up. Now they've joined a lawsuit arguing that Obama shouldn’t have rejected Keystone.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Even with the Arctic out, offshore drilling isn’t slowing down

The Gulf of Mexico is a goldmine for offshore oil.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Rainbow satellite image shows Antarctica’s ice fleeing into the ocean

Parts of Antarctica are breaking off and moving away from the continent at speeds of up to three feet per day.

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BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

BP takes Colorado to court and wins millions in tax breaks

Fossil fuel companies will collect $100 million and counting from taxpayers.
CITIES

The Bay Area could get a whole new kind of climate tax

Voters will soon decide whether to impose a property tax that would generate revenue to restore key wetlands.
SCIENCE

We’re wiping out one-fifth of Earth’s plant species

A new report highlights the threats to food security and medicine supplies but also reveals 2,000 new species are discovered each year.
FOOD

Ethiopian farmers made a desert bloom again

Ethiopian farmers innovate to fight drought -- and win big.
LIVING

There’s worrying volcano news. But could that be good climate news?

A huge plume of ash could block sunlight and lower temperatures. But don't count on that happening anytime soon.
CLIMATE & ENERGY

Oil-rich Alaska has surprising solar power potential

Solar is cost-competitive with diesel in some remote Alaskan towns, a study found.