Topic: Environment

The EPA Just Adopted a See-No-Evil Policy

March 29, 2017

Attorneys general are supposed to be in the business of protecting citizens from threats like global warming, not protecting favored industries from competition.

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We Need Climate Leadership in Texas and Beyond

March 27, 2017
Greenhouse Gas

State lawmakers must lead in redesigning energy and agricultural systems for their long-term and publicly minded sustainability. We all must pressure the federal government to halt projects that will harm our environment.

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UT Austin Receives $5.6M to Study Alaska’s Arctic Coast

March 15, 2017
Kenneth Dunton and James McClelland near Nuvagapuk Lagoon, Alaska

Researchers will study changes on land and in the ocean that affect the fish and wildlife that native communities depend on.

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Congress Should Not Undo Chemical Safety Protections

Feb. 20, 2017
Chemical Storage

This news should be of great concern to anyone who lives or works near a wide variety of facilities that use or store chemicals that can cause devastating damage when they leak or explode.

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Exposing Genomic Underpinnings of Adaptation

Nov. 7, 2016
Mustard hill coral (Porites astreoides) with Christmas worms

Separate populations of the same species — in this case, coral — can diverge in their capacity to regulate genes when adapting to their local environment.

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