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- Western states prepare for an “explosive” wildfire season
- Scientists turn to artificial insemination to save the giant Yangtze softshell turtle
- This whistleblower says he was sick of timber industry helicopters spraying pesticides on him
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- Federal judge rules the government must do more to protect marine mammals from sonar
- President Obama announces his plan to protect Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
- New York bans fracking after NRDC and its partners make the case for public health
- Meet America’s newest national monument: California’s San Gabriel Mountains
The West Coast could soon become a destination for huge volumes of tar sands crude oil -- one of the world's dirtiest fuels -- setting back efforts to combat climate change and exposing communities to significant new health and environmental risks. Call it a tar sands invasion.