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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (California)
Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. California is no exception – the entire state is experiencing drought, with over 80 percent of the state in the “extreme” and “exceptional” drought categories. Water scarcity impacts agricultural
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (Nevada)
Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. Nevada is no exception – the entire state is experiencing drought, with over 50 percent of the state in the “extreme” and “exceptional” drought categories. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops,
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (Arizona)
Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. Arizona is no exception, with nearly the entire state experiencing at least moderate drought. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops, yards and gardens, water and energy supplies, wildlife and
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (New Mexico)
Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Nearly 70 percent of the Western United States is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. New Mexico is no exception, with nearly the entire state experiencing at least moderate drought. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops, yards and gardens, water and energy supplies, wildlife and
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Save Some Blue, Save Some Green (Texas)
Published earthguage  7/21/2014
Over 60 percent of Texas is experiencing abnormally dry or drought conditions. Water scarcity impacts agricultural crops, yards and gardens, water and energy supplies, wildlife and wildfire conditions. Everyone can play a part to avoid intensifying effects of drought by observing water restrictions
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Climate Fact: Can Corals Adapt to Changing Ocean Temperatures and Acidity?
Published earthguage  7/3/2014
Did you know oceans are the largest habitat in the world and support 50 percent of all species on Earth? Our oceans are home to a great diversity of plant, animal and microbial groups, many of which depend on specific water temperature and pH ranges for optimal health. How are sensitive organisms,
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Climate Fact: Drought Trends & Impacts in the Western U.S.
Published earthguage  6/30/2014
You may have heard in the news that 69 percent of the Western U.S. is experiencing drought and California is one of the hardest hit states. In 2012, the contiguous U.S. experienced the most extensive drought since the 1930s, where moderate to extreme drought affected more than half of the country.
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Protecting Pollinators
Published earthguage  6/13/2014
Have you thanked a pollinator today? Globally, about 1000 plants we depend on for food and products need to be pollinated by animals, including coffee, tasty snacks like melon, chocolate and almonds, and even tequila. Hummingbirds, bats, beetles, bees, ants, wasps, butterflies and other small
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Climate Fact: Weather and Climate Trends in Brazil
Published earthguage  6/9/2014
Brazil is the host country of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. As thousands of tourists are arriving and the country is preparing for one of the world’s major sporting events, drought is affecting Brazil’s water availability and electricity generation in the Northeast and Southeast regions. Here, learn more
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Gone Fishing
Published earthguage  5/30/2014
June 1-8, 2014 is National Fishing and Boating Week, the perfect chance enjoy nice weather and connect with nature. In 2011, over 90 million U.S. residents – 38 percent of the population 16 years and older – enjoyed fish and wildlife-related recreation. (Click for state-specific data.)
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