• A sweat lodge ceremony and a long hike provide solace to soldiers who've returned from war.
  • The protection of the Grand Canyon has allowed wildlife corridors to remain open and the serenity of the land to be preserved.
  • Mair became a Sierra Club member in 1999, following a decade-long battle that he led to shut down a polluting solid waste incinerator in an inner-city community in Albany, New York.
  • Big things are happening just off the shore of the little island. That's where construction is happening on America's first-ever offshore wind project.
  • The taxpayer-funded U.S. Export-Import Bank is considering financing a massive Australian coal project, which includes dredging three million tons of seabed from the bottom of the Great Barrier Reef for a coal export terminal.

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