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[ For Street Carts, Is Cleaner Power as Easy as Swap Out, Plug In, Turn On? ]

A red food cart that sits on the corner of 17th Street and Broadway in New York City’s Union Square may not look different from the thousands of others scattered throughout the city, but it is unique in at least one way and that way has nothing to do with food. This Rafiqi’s cart, which serves up a high volume of halal fare to hungry New Yorkers, lacks the hammering sound of a generator that most food truck customers — and vendors — are all too familiar with: Instead, it’s plugged into a curbside charging station.…

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[ Report: forests save hundreds of lives annually ]

A recent report has proved that trees are responsible for saving more than 850 human lives every year. The USDA Forest Service also discovered that trees prevent 670,000 incidents of acute respiratory illness


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[ Hiking with Dogs: Make your trip easy on Fido and the environment ]

Hiking with dogs is a great way to spend time in nature, but doing so can have impacts on both the land and your dog. Hike the right way with our pet-friendly tips below:


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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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[ In California? Attend a meeting to support national monument status for the San Gabriel Mountains ]

You have the rare opportunity to protect the San Gabriel Mountains by speaking directly to key Washington officials. If you attend the listening session, you can tell decision makers that you support a national monument and the protection of these mountains.


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