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February 3, 2014
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If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Green Media News is now available on Flipboard. Check out the Flipboard version of Green Media News for curated content from this blog and other sources about climate change, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility (CSR). Our magazine is updated several…

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The CSR Report – Best Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility for 2014

January 5, 2014
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The year 2014 is likely to become among other things, the year that CSR best practices take root in American corporate culture. Why? Well the indicators are everywhere, from increased public awareness on climate change to consumer spending habits being linked in recent surveys to…

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Watch Live Video: President Obama’s Major Speech on Climate Change

June 25, 2013
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Finally, President Obama is about to step up for America on the issue of Climate Change action. In a speech set to begin at approximately 1:55pm ET, the President is expected to announce some major executive actions to a live audience at Georgetown University. These…

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ABC News and Jon Karl Scramble to Save Face After Being Humiliated for Lying About White House Emails

May 15, 2013
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ABC News and Jon Karl Scramble to Save Face After Being Humiliated for Lying About White House Emails

News coverage of the Benghazi hearings briefly left the Foxiverse last Friday when ABC News published a report that reporter Jon Karl had read White House emails proving the White House was playing politics during the Benghazi attacks last year before the election. What really…

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Watch the 2nd Presidential Debate 10/16/2012 Live on Green Media News

October 16, 2012
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Watch the 2nd Presidential Debate 10/16/2012 Live on Green Media News

At 6pm Pacific (9pm Eastern) this evening, October 16, 2012, the Second Presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will begin. This is a town hall style debate, and all eyes are on the President to see if he can reverse his poor…

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Romney refuses to release Long-Form Tax Returns

September 21, 2012
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Romney refuses to release Long-Form Tax Returns

Mitt Romney’s campaign just announced the GOP candidate for President of the United States will finally release his 2011 tax returns today. With less than six weeks before the election, the candidate’s hope is that the late release of last year’s tax return will somehow…

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President Obama Video: The Road We’ve Traveled

March 15, 2012
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President Obama The Road We've Traveled

As the 2012 Presidential Campaign begins to gear up, President Obama today released his video “The Road We’ve Traveled” byfilmmaker Davis Guggenheim. “The Road We’ve Traveled” is Guggenheim’s documentary about President Obama’s first three years in office. Watch “The Road We’ve Traveled” right here on…

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The Biggest Threat to America that Nobody is Talking About

December 29, 2010
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The Biggest Threat to America that Nobody is Talking About

The recent giveaway of the Internet by the FCC to the Telcom Industry has me seeing things more clearly than ever: it’s not that Left vs. Right is a fictional creation, exactly; there are real differences on how to govern a country. But the incessant…

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Congress Steps Up Again and Passes Food Safety Bill… Again

December 20, 2010
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Congress Steps Up Again and Passes Food Safety Bill… Again

In another surprise move late last night by the United States Senate, the Food Safety Bill was passed unanimously by Democrats and Republicans without a single objection to the bill. This comes just days after the bill was allowed to die in the Senate, which…

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More Americans to Die as Food Safety Bill Sabotaged by Congress

December 18, 2010
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More Americans to Die as Food Safety Bill Sabotaged by Congress

Just a few weeks ago it looked like the Congress stepped up for America and passed the biggest food safety legislation in decades. Now the sad truth is that the food safety bill will never become law. And this means more Americans will die next…

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Leaked Document Shows EPA Responsible for Honey Bee Holocaust and Food Supply Threat

December 16, 2010
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Leaked Document Shows EPA Responsible for Honey Bee Holocaust and Food Supply Threat

A leaked document from the Environmental Protection Agency shows the agency was warned by scientists inside the EPA that the pesticide Clothianidin is highly toxic to honey bees and could end up killing the entire honey bee population, yet the EPA approved the pesticide for…

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Climate Science Rapid Response Team Established to Help Public Get Smart on Scientific Issues

December 14, 2010
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Climate Science Rapid Response Team Established to Help Public Get Smart on Scientific Issues

There is a sharp divide between what scientists know about climate change and what the public knows. In an effort to narrow this gap, the Climate Science Rapid Response Team has been established. The science team already numbers greater than 100 from every area related…

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House Dems Reject Obama Compromise on Billionaire Tax Cut

December 9, 2010
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House Dems Reject Obama Compromise on Billionaire Tax Cut

Just a few hours ago, the House Democrats passed a resolution rejecting the bonus tax cut for millionaires and billionaires as currently written. Just after the vote, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said via Twitter, “We will work to improve it before having a…

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The Biggest Obstacles to a Climate Deal are Overwhelm and Emotional Disconnect

December 6, 2010
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The Biggest Obstacles to a Climate Deal are Overwhelm and Emotional Disconnect

Cross-posted to Daily Kos. In a completely unscientific study, Green Media News has found the biggest obstacles to reaching a global deal on climate change are the massive overwhelm and emotional disconnect that stop climate change issues from becoming part of the national discourse. Huh?…

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The Tantra of Climate Change: Keep Holding Back

December 2, 2010
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The Tantra of Climate Change: Keep Holding Back

Cross-posted to Daily Kos. Let’s face it – Climate Change talk is boring. Most people just don’t get excited talking about things like “MRV” (the monitoring, reporting, verifying and reducing of greenhouse gas emissions across geo-political borders) and those who aren’t on the front lines…

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