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Curbing light pollution will help restore natural balance and protect human health

Consider the sea turtle.

When the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation last month issued its revised and much awaited 900-page report on hydraulic fracturing, the department’s commissioner, Joseph Martens, said in a statement, “This report strikes the right balance between protecting our environment, watersheds and drinking water, and promoting eco

New jobs needed to keep economy afloat — IDAs must be accountable

Art by Forest Byrd