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FARGO, N.D. - Have you thrown out any food recently? Did you find less-than-appetizing food hiding in your refrigerator? Was it in an opaque container that may have startled you when you opened it to view the contents? Have you happened upon food well...
KIAHYou want a new way to start saving money? Stop throwing out your food! Americans throw away 40% of the food they buy every year. The Natural Resources Defense Council says a family of four ends up wasting $2275 a year and 20 pounds of food per person per...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Conservation
CNNForty percent of food in the United States is never eaten, amounting to $165 billion a year in waste, taking a toll on the country's water resources and significantly increasing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report from the Natural Resources...
FOX40 NewsWhen it comes to food, Americans have had the stigma of being wasteful, and it may be true. The Natural Resources Defense Council released a new report which said Americans waste $165 Billion in food a year. The average family of four is estimated to...
PolitiCalEnvironmentalists and labor unions are raising concerns that state lawmakers will use the final weeks of this year’s legislative session to make sweeping changes to California’s landmark environmental law. On Monday, a coalition of 10 groups...
Orlando's government-owned electric utility has been prepared for several years to spend about $100 million to reduce its power-plant pollution, which might affect the air as far away as Texas. But it hasn't started to sign checks yet because of ongoing...
Tribune reporterAsian carp could thrive in all five Great Lakes if even a small number of the invasive species made it into the basin, according to a scientific report released Thursday. Carp experts have long debated whether the feared fish, which have been found in...
KTLA NewsBARROW, Alaska (CNN) -- Edward Itta, a powerful Eskimo leader, looks out at the icy Arctic Ocean stretched out under a fuzzy orange sun that refuses to set this time of year. "This is our garden," said the former mayor of the North Slope Borough, a...
L.A. NOWAEG has added more pollution mitigation strategies to its proposal to build a stadium in downtown Los Angeles after a harsh critique from an environmental group that has been a crucial supporter of the project....
Maryland may have some of the nation's strictest limits on power plant pollution, but its residents are still breathing more toxic emissions from those facilities than in most other states. The state's reliance on burning coal for electricity appears to...
Tags: Mining, Coal, Air Pollution, Metal and Mineral, Plant Openings
GreenspaceA new map published today by the Natural Resources Defense Council makes it plain that extreme weather attributable to climate change isn’t something that only happens in other parts of the world. Chances are, you’ve had your own Hurricane...
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