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‘Green News Report’ – November 3, 2015

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IN TODAY’S RADIO REPORT: First-ever hurricane for the nation of Yemen; Hillary Clinton comes out in support of an investigation of Exxon; Record warm oceans blamed for the collapse of Maine’s cod fishery; PLUS: TransCanada calls time out on its controversial Keystone XL pipeline… All that and more in today’s Green News Report!

 
 

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IN ‘GREEN NEWS EXTRA’ (see links below): Scientists confirm their fears about West Antarctica — that it’s inherently unstable; 10 takeaways from UN report on national climate pledges; Coal not coming back, Appalachian Power president says; Washington’s Promising Pollution Story Starts With Oysters And Ends With Victory; China confronts the pain of kicking its coal addiction; Study Shows Extensive Coral Damage Related To BP Spill… PLUS: The Economic Cost Of Climate Change… and much, MUCH more! …

 
 

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