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|Up in the air
Joe Cessna’s neighbors include chemical plants that are as much a part of the Niagara Falls landscape as the Cataracts.
|WWU’s Troy Abel to lead NSF-funded climate governance study
|Associate Professor Troy Abel moves to Huxley College on the Peninsulas
|Washington residents deck the halls with energy efficiency
With the holiday season just around the corner, neighborhoods across the Northwest will glow with strings of lights. But whether residents choose more energy-efficient LEDs over traditional incandescent bulbs may depend on where they live, according to the PEMCO Insurance Northwest Poll.
|Abel to present 'Five Seasons in Ecotopia' Nov. 13 at Village Books
|'Coming Clean' by Troy Abel named best recent book on environmental politics and policy
|Faculty pegged to design international initiative at Western
|Abel to speak on Costa Rica research Feb. 15
|Could a little transparency help curb pollution?
On Wednesday, the EPA released a new interactive map letting people check out the biggest stationary sources of global-warming emissions in their area. It’s a nifty tool. But could it actually lead to less pollution? Quite possibly, yes, if the past is any guide.
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|Student's Web app earns Environmental Protection Agency award