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Study Finds Cancer-Causing Chemical in Nearly 100 Shampoos and Soaps | Chemical is cocamide diethanolamine (cocamide DEA) | EcoWatch

Study Finds Cancer-Causing Chemical in Nearly 100 Shampoos and Soaps | Chemical is cocamide diethanolamine (cocamide DEA) | EcoWatch

November 2013 the hottest on record since they started recording temps...in 1880....

November 2013 the hottest on record since they started recording temps...in 1880....

After Today, Humanity Will Spend The Rest Of 2013 Taking More Than The Earth Can Give | ThinkProgress

After Today, Humanity Will Spend The Rest Of 2013 Taking More Than The Earth Can Give | ThinkProgress

Stanford Scientists: Climate Change Happening 10x Faster - http://1sun4all.com/live-green/stanford-scientists-climate-change-happening-10x-faster/

Stanford Scientists: Climate Change Happening 10x Faster - http://1sun4all.com/live-green/stanford-scientists-climate-change-happening-10x-faster/

Infographic: The World's Biggest Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building. #earth #eco

Infographic: The World's Biggest Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Infographic: The World's Biggest Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building. #earth #eco

Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Home | US Environmental Protection Agency

Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Home | US Environmental Protection Agency

IPCC report: global warming is ‘unequivocal’ (bullshit)

IPCC report: global warming is ‘unequivocal’ (bullshit)

Experts from across SAIC are developing an electronic reporting tool – electronic Greenhouse Gas Reporting Tool (e-GGRT) – for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Climate Change Division that will be used by approximately 7,000 facilities to submit annual greenhouse gas (GHG) reports.

Experts from across SAIC are developing an electronic reporting tool – electronic Greenhouse Gas Reporting Tool (e-GGRT) – for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Climate Change Division that will be used by approximately 7,000 facilities to submit annual greenhouse gas (GHG) reports.

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