July 25, 2016

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The 'Parent-Trigger' Goes to Compton

Parents in Compton are shutting down a low-performing public school and demanding a charter.

Balbus Speech: Helping People Who Stutter Find Their Voice

Growing up my stutter seemed to define me. When teachers asked me to read a sentence aloud in front of the class, I...

Facing Backlash From The U.S. Chamber's Right-Wing Ads

Local chambers are upset that they are being unfairly associated with the U.S. Chamber's far right partisanship.

California, Oregon and Massachusetts Lead List of Top 10 Clean-Energy States

Against uncertain federal landscape, U.S. states continue to lead clean-energy innovation.

Cancun climate change talks: UN chief says 'We cannot let the perfect be the enemy of the good'

The United Nations secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, has urged nations meeting in Mexico to agree to a modest deal to rein in climate change.

Regulated Utilities: Key to Clean Energy Adoption?

State-regulated utilities represent greatest source of investment capital for new clean energy technologies.

New guide to corporate engagement on responsible water use published

The UN Global Compact CEO Water Mandate has launched a new report - the Guide to Responsible Business Engagement with Water Policy.

Is The EPA Confrontational Enough?

A lot riding on the EPA, pretty much the country's only shot at tackling global warming.

Killer in the Attic: EPA Still Evades Zonolite Warnings

Rising sentiment that we don't need government in our lives, proved otherwise by this story.

Environmental Concern, Not Economy, Top Issue Facing Mining Industry: Global Poll

A recent global survey confirms environmental concerns (40%), closely followed by social concerns (28%), continue to be the top sustainable issues.



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