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US Plans to Replenish Colorado River’s Lake Powell

US officials announced measure sfor boosting water levels at Lake Powel. This is the second biggest reservoir in the US, and it powers Glen Canyon Dam. US officials announced unprecedented measures to boost water levels at Colorado River Lake Powel. Lake Powel is an artificial reservoir on the Colorado River. It’s currently so low that […]

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FDA Approves Lab-Grown Meat for Human Consumption

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved lab-grown meat for the first time. According to CNN Health, Upside Foods, a company from California that manufactures meat from cultured chicken cells, can start selling their products once their facilities are inspected and approved by the Department of Agriculture. “Advancements in cell culture technology are enabling food […]

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U.S. Voters Want to Ban Plastics from National Parks

Recently, the well-known ocean conservation group Oceana released the results of a poll, indicating the perspective of the U.S. registered voters on different environmental issues.  And, the good news is that the results clearly show that the U.S. voters stand strongly against plastic usage, especially, the single-use plastics. A staggering 82% of the registered voters said that […]

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How is climate change affecting the US? The government is preparing a nearly 1,700 page answer.

While the release of the fifth National Climate Assessment is still a year away, people across the country have two opportunities to contribute, either by commenting on a recently released draft or by submitting artwork to illustrate the report. The assessment, updated every four years, analyzes trends in global climate change and looks at how the warming planet […]

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Biden-Harris Administration Launches Interactive Map Showcasing Wildfire Reduction Projects

The Biden-Harris Administration is announcing today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service has launched a new interactive map showing the progress the agency and its partners have made in addressing the wildfire crisis in eight western states as part of the Forest Service’s 10-year wildfire crisis strategy. This easy-to-use “story map” gives users the opportunity to […]

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