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Anchovies at California beach

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California beach goes heavy on the anchovies

Who ordered the anchovies? That's what beach-goers may be asking after a huge swarm of the oily fish descended on the shallow waters of La Jolla Shores, California, this week.

West Virginia residents line up for bottled water

CNN

Settlement reached in chemical spill

A settlement was reached Friday with the company at the center of a January chemical leak that contaminated the water supply for 300,000 West Virginians, according to an attorney for the plaintiffs.

Golf course goes electric

Golfing green: Bend course goes electric

One Bend golf course has made some new improvements to make golfing more enjoyable, putting "green" vehicles on the greens.

Snooty oldest manatee

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Manatees may lose endangered status

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has begun a review of the status of the manatee to determine whether the lovable sea cow should be moved from the endangered to the threatened list, officials said.

Recyclable cup

CNN

Is this the green coffee cup revolution?

Chances are if you bought your favorite coffee in a paper cup this morning, that cup cannot be recycled.

Pollution, smoke stacks

Reuters

NASA data shows nationwide air improvement

The air we breathe in the United States is getting better -- at least by one recent measure.

Ocean

U.N. report: Oceans are trashed with plastic

A series of new reports are raising concerns about the damage plastic waste is doing to oceans -- harming marine animals, destroying sensitive ecosystems, and contaminating the fish we eat.

Gina McCarthy, EPA Administrator

Reuters

EPA tells Congress it lost emails too

One day after focusing on lost e-mails at the IRS, the House Oversight Committee learned Wednesday that the Environmental Protection Agency is also having trouble recovering e-mails the committee wants as part of a separate investigation.

Amazon forest

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Report: Global environmental crime nets $213B

Not enough is being done to combat environmental crime, a threat to global security worth a staggering $213 billion each year, according to a new report from the United Nations and Interpol.

Money made through illegal logging, poaching, fisheries, min...

Carbon neutrality a possibility in Bend

Bend could join 'carbon neutral' effort

Is carbon neutrality a possibility in Bend? A visiting California city's mayor thinks it is -- his city is closing in on that goal.

Did You Know?

  • Oregonians drive in excess of 31 billion miles a year.

  • Most families spend more on transportation than healthcare or food.

  • About 67% of all trips are non-work related.

  • Transportation accounts for 34% of greenhouse gas emissions in Oregon.

  • The average car releases nearly a pound of C02 for each mile driven.

  • Green your commute - try carpooling, biking or taking the bus just twice a week.
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