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[1THING] Blog: Archive for August, 2014

[ Obama’s Proclamation of National Wilderness Month Is Fitting during 50-Year Milestone for the Wilderness Act ]

Michael Reinemer
The Wilderness Society thanks President Obama for his proclamation declaring September 2014

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[ Benefits of the Wilderness Act Continue to Grow at 50-Year Milestone ]

Michael Reinemer

Next week, Americans across the country will mark the 50th anniversary of one of the country’s most effective conservation laws, the Wilderness Act.  Signed by President Johnson on September 3, 1964, the Act was a h

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[ The Wilderness Society President Jamie Williams appears on CBS This Morning ]

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[ SF Giants host Wilderness Society for celebration of 50th ]

Though everyone had a great time, this was no ordinary afternoon at AT&T Park.

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[ Rocky Mountain National Park celebrates centennial ]

Rocky Mountain National Park will be honoring the 100th anniversary of the park’s protection for the next year, through Sept. 4, 2015.

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[ Communications Internship ]

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[ Remembering 1st African American head of National Park Service, 17 years later ]

Stanton was sworn in as the first African-American director of the NPS in 1997, but his path to that lofty perch was not an easy one.

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[ Tons of Emissions from Power Plants Are Already Locked In, Study Says ]

The world’s existing power plants are locking in more than 300 billion tons of future emissions that aren’t being accounted for, a new study says.

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[ “Zombie” Servers and Inefficiency Drive Energy Waste at Data Centers ]

U.S. data centers throw away billions of dollars in electricity every year because of inefficiencies in how they are run, according to a new report.

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[ Coal-Dependent Arkansas Faces Stiff Emissions Target and a Running Clo ]

Under a proposed EPA rule, state officials will have to cut carbon emissions by nearly 45 percent—one of the highest targets in the country.

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