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Keystone spill in Kansas the largest in pipeline's 11-year history
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Keystone spill in Kansas the largest in pipeline's 11-year history

The estimated 600,000 gallons spilled from Keystone Pipeline into a Kansas creek this week could be among the largest onshore releases of oil or petroleum in the U.S. since 2010.
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Sulfur dioxide pollution in the Bootheel breaks EPA rules. Regulators look to fix it

A coal-fired power plant must cut emissions and an aluminum smelter must spend millions to rid a community in Missouri’s Bootheel of sulfur dioxide pollution by 2026 under a deal with state environmental regulators.

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COVID-19, grades, climate change among top concerns for California teens, according to survey

From academics to pandemics, California teenagers are seeking out more help from friends, parents and teachers to cope with their situation, according to a survey released by Blue Shield of California.

Eco-anxiety: Taking its toll on global youth
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Eco-anxiety: Taking its toll on global youth

Day after day, week after week, the steady drum-beat of climate change issues - from melting ice caps to Australian infernos - is exacting a global mental health toll. And no one feels the heat more than young people.

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Rising temperatures put heat on Nebraska's $7 billion corn industry
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Rising temperatures put heat on Nebraska's $7 billion corn industry

Climate change could take a big bite out of Nebraska's corn business, threatening an economic engine for the state and an important food source for an ever-hungrier world.

Teen climate activists speak on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation
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Teen climate activists speak on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation

Sixteen-year-old activists Greta Thunberg of Sweden and Tokata Iron Eyes with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe spoke about climate change Tuesday at Standing Rock High School in Fort Yates.
Fish and Wildlife Service sticks to pro-development stance on 28,000-home project
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Fish and Wildlife Service sticks to pro-development stance on 28,000-home project

Reinstatement of a Phoenix developer's permit to build a 28,000-home project in Benson is likely now that federal agencies have stood by an earlier decision limiting its environmental reviews

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