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California Governor Brown pushes big water project amid drought

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - California Governor Jerry Brown warned on Thursday of near-apocalyptic water shortages if his $15 billion plan to divert water from a Northern California river for use elsewhere gets bogged down in political and environmental disputes.
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"NATURE’S CALAMITY & The Micro-Solutions"

NATURE’S CALAMITY OR THE MAN'S GREED ??? Nature is Divinity and the Creation of God !!!...
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The Energy Industry Is Ready To Meet The Climate Change Challenge

Recently, corporations have demonstrated a very high level of awareness of the stakes of climate change and the related challenges. ...
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Africa takes fresh look at GMO crops as drought blights continent

HARARE (Reuters) - A scorching drought in Southern Africa that led to widespread crop failure could nudge African nations to finally embrace genetically modified (GM) crops to improve harvests and reduce grain imports....
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Move Over, El Nino. There's a Crazy New Weather Threat Here

Areas of above-average sea temperatures dominating the Pacific Ocean have been dubbed “The Blob,” “Son of Blob,” and “Godzilla.” (Modified image: ClimateReanalyzer.org)...
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[US] Midwest flooding

As the Mississippi River and its tributaries retreated from historic winter levels that flooded towns, forced evacuations and killed two dozen people, residents in the St. Louis area were facing a massive cleanup and recovery effort that will likely last weeks....
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How a freak blizzard wrecked Texas's dairy industry

Winter storm Goliath marked the end of 2015 by ripping through the Southwest, hurting the dairy industry for months to come. ...
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Militiamen occupy U.S. national parks building in Oregon

(Reuters) - A group of militiamen on Saturday occupied the headquarters of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon in support of two brothers who are slated to report to prison on Monday on arson charges, the Oregonian newspaper reported....
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Tornadoes rip through the Southeast

Unseasonably warm weather on Wednesday helped spawn torrential rain and deadly tornadoes that left at least 14 people and left dozens of families homeless by Christmas Eve....
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Wild bee populations dwindle in main U.S. crop regions: study

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Wild bees, crucial pollinators for many crops, are on the decline in some of the main agricultural regions of the United States, according to scientists who produced the first national map of bee populations and identified numerous trouble spots....
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