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Linda J. Johnson, a member of the Online Team, grew up in Colorado where a love for the outdoors and things environmental was ingrained at a tender age. She has been with the Herald-Leader for 15 years.
- Antarctic ice shelves melting 70 percent faster in last decade, study showsThe frozen fringes of western Antarctica have been melting 70 percent faster in the last decade, raising concern that an important buttress keeping land-based ice sheets from flowing to the…Click to Continue »
- Diggin' In: Botanical painter says nearly anyone can grow into the artEven if you have never held a paint brush, you can learn to sketch buds and blooms and stalks and stems so you can embrace and enjoy the beauty of…Click to Continue »
- Living Smart: 9 spring cleaning tips for allergy sufferersDust the baseboards. Check! Tackle the pantry. Check! And the bookshelves, and the - achoo! Spring cleaning stirring up allergens?Click to Continue »
- Supreme Court justices appear split over EPA powersEnvironmental protections are facing a hazier future after a Supreme Court argument in an important clean-air case that is already dividing states and leading energy companies.Click to Continue »
- Americans less likely to care a 'great deal' about environmental threatsAmericans' concerns over environmental issues including air and water pollution, plant and animal extinction and rainforest loss has crept downward since last year, according to a new poll.Click to Continue »
- Egypt, Ethiopia hope for long-term Nile River cooperationThe leaders of Ethiopia and Egypt said on Tuesday that they are hopeful talks over sharing Nile River waters will end in agreement.Click to Continue »
- Killer whale Lolita lives in inhumane conditions at marine park, activists tell courtThe government "rubber stamps" the license for the Miami Seaquarium despite the park keeping Lolita the killer whale in inhumane conditions, an animal rights group told a federal appeals court…Click to Continue »
- Frenando la industria de carbon y la amenaza a la salud publicaEl miercoles la Suprema Corte de Estados Unidos va a escuchar argumentos en un caso que es crucial porque va a determinar la regulacion del mercurio y otros contaminantes toxicos…Click to Continue »
- Reining in the coal industry's assault on public health1 in 5 premature deaths are attributable to air pollution. Can EPA rules help?Click to Continue »
- Seattle worries Arctic drilling would impact its portInterior Secretary Sally Jewell is poised to help Shell clear a major hurdle in its effort to resume drilling for oil in the Arctic Ocean, despite opposition from her hometown…Click to Continue »