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Texans turn to Europe to thwart methane gas terminals

Texans turn to Europe to thwart methane gas terminals

In an innovative cross-continental alliance, Texas residents are partnering with Europeans to block the construction of environmentally harmful liquefied natural gas export terminals on their native wetlands.

Aaron Cantú reports for Capital & Main.

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Debate intensifies over Superior's proposed gas plant

Debate intensifies over Superior's proposed gas plant

A proposed $700 million gas plant in Superior, Wisconsin, is causing division among locals, with some seeing it as a job creator and others worrying about environmental and cultural impacts.

Isiah Holmes reports for Wisconsin Examiner.

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Turning mud into marshland in San Francisco Bay
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Turning mud into marshland in San Francisco Bay

San Francisco Bay's scientists are pioneering marshland restoration techniques to preserve critical habitats and protect against coastal erosion.

Erica Gies reports for Hakai Magazine.

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Argentina's Paraná delta under threat
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Argentina's wetlands under threat from new development projects

In Argentina's Paraná delta, known as "Earth's fourth lung," the push for luxury real estate threatens the region's diverse ecosystems and local communities, with private interests prioritizing spas and helipads over environmental and social health.

Harriet Barber reports for The Guardian.

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Margaret Renkl: What happens when we don’t drain the swamps

A Supreme Court decision last year made it much harder to protect wetlands in the United States.
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Wetlands see big boost as climate change indicators continue to arise

The Chesapeake Bay Program reports that between 2014 and 2022, the Chesapeake Bay watershed gained 4,310 acres of newly created or restored wetlands.
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In Georgia, a call for better protection of coastal marshes

In Georgia, coastal advocates are saying it's time update a 50-year-old law on protecting the half-million acres of salt marshes.
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