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As major forests decrease in size, carbon and greenhouse gases have increased in the atmosphere. But you can help slow that trend.

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Just about 5 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) is dumped into the atmosphere every hour from the burning of fossil fuels. This is the fastest rate of CO2 generation that the earth has experienced in millions of years. It’s been estimated that about a third of the man-made carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels has been absorbed by the oceans, nearly a third by the land, and the rest has accumulated in the atmosphere.

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It shouldn't be surprising to anyone that Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead has called the EPA's efforts to curtail greenhouse emissions a "war on coal,"…

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The recent editorial, “Adaptation, preservation and change,” was correct in stating the “debate about climate change has, more or less, been s…

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