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Report: Tyson #1 water polluter among agribusinesses

BOSTON, MASS. – Tyson Foods, one of the world’s largest meat and poultry producers, dumps more toxic pollution into the nation’s waters than any other agribusiness, and produces the most animal manure of five major companies assessed nationwide, a new report said today.

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North American clean energy agreement furthers President Obama's climate legacy

OTTAWA - President Barack Obama, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled their wide-ranging climate agreement today at the North American Leadership Summit, pledging that their countries would achieve 50 percent clean energy by 2025 and reduce the potent greenhouse gas methane at least 40 percent by the same year.

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Following national conference, mayors speak out for local control of fracking

INDIANAPOLIS - Following the United States Conference of Mayors here this weekend, over 30 mayors from more than a dozen states issued a statement today urging state and federal leaders to uphold local control of drilling.

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Obama administration puts "clean" in the Clean Power Plan

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Yesterday the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released proposed details for its Clean Energy Incentive Program, a key component of the Obama administration’s landmark Clean Power Plan.

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EPA bans fracking wastewater from sewage treatment plants

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has banned fracking wastewater from public sewage plants, citing the inability of these plants to handle toxic and radioactive pollutants.

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