SPECIAL NOTE: Though we didn't have time to mention as much in today's report, this is our 7TH ANNIVERSARY episode of the Green News Report and our 670th(!) episode overall! Wow. Please feel free to drop an Anniversary gift into THE TIP JAR so that we can afford to keep connecting the climate change dots in a way that nobody in the corporate media (or even many in the alt media, in truth) have been able to over such an extended period! And thank you all for your years of past and future support! --- B&D
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: President Obama says rest of world disturbed by our GOP Presidential candidates; New study finds air pollution kills nearly 6 million people a year globally; January 2016 was the hottest January on record; West Virginia is 40 percent flatter now, thanks to coal mining; PLUS: The renewable energy revolution is happening faster than anyone predicted.... All that and more in today's Green News Report!
IN 'GREEN NEWS EXTRA' (see links below): Washington Asks If Railroads Could Afford $700M Oil Train Spill; Ohio EPA Fires Two Over Sebring Lead Contamination; Wyoming Says Its Coal Mine Cleanup Policy Is Flawed; Study Ties U.S. to Spike in Global Methane Emissions; Pipeline Corrosion Caused Santa Barbara Oil Spill; Oklahoma Cracks Down On Injection Wells After Earthquake Spike; Contaminated Flint Water Among Most Expensive In The U.S.; Study Flags Concerns CO2 Underground Stores Could Leak... PLUS: Latest moose count provides little good news... and much, MUCH more! ...