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Karen Graham

Editor-at-Large based in Richmond, VA, United States. Joined on Sep 22, 2013
Expertise in Politics, Ethnic cultures, Charity & volunteer work, Pharmaceuticals, Science & space,   see all» Education, Women's health, Unemployment, Environment & green living, Government, Health

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Trump's rage over China tariffs puts US economy at risk

Washington - White House staffers have been scurrying to clean up another Trump mess as the "chosen one" sparked skepticism and fear after declaring American companies “are hereby ordered to immediately start looking for an alternative to China.”

Things just heated up at G7 meeting with arrival of Iran's Zarif

Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived on Sunday in Biarritz, southwestern France, where leaders of the G7 group of nations are meeting, an Iranian official said.

Dorian could become fourth storm of Atlantic hurricane season

Tropical Storm Dorian is churning westward toward the Lesser Antilles and is likely to bring rain and strong winds to parts of those islands in the first half of the week ahead.

Bolsonaro caves — Sends troops to fight Amazon rainforest fires

Bowing to increasing pressure to act from leaders around the world and protesters in the streets, President Jair Bolsonaro sent Brazil's military to fight forest fires raging in the Amazon rainforest.

Flint city official blames 'Mother Nature' for sewage mess

Flint - If anyone thinks Flint, Michigan's water issues are all cleared up - think again. After months of dire warnings of the situation reaching a "critical point, two million gallons of raw sewage ended up in the Flint River Sunday.

Will 'climate services' be allowed to profit from climate crisis?

As the climate crisis deepens, more and more companies offering "climate services" are springing up. This raises an important question - How do we avoid a future where the best data for saving lives is only available to those who can afford it?

British Airways and Shell want to convert rubbish into jet fuel

Immingham - British Airways has teamed up with renewable fuels company Velocys and Royal Dutch Shell to submit a planning application to develop a commercial waste to jet fuel plant in the U.K.

Amazon rainforest fires portend a global climate emergency

Record fires sweeping across the Amazon this month are bringing renewed scrutiny to Brazil's deforestation policy and have environmental researchers and conservationists worried the fires will only aggravate the climate crisis,

ULA's veteran Delta IV Medium rocket has made its final voyage

After 17 years and 29 missions, the final United Launch Alliance Delta IV rocket to ever fly in a medium configuration soared over the Space Coast one last time Thursday morning, delivering a powerful GPS satellite to orbit.

Trump administration sued over gutting of Endangered Species Act

Seven environmental and animal protection groups teamed up Wednesday to file the first lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s rollback of the Endangered Species Act.

Op-Ed: Is Trump the 'Chosen one' or the 'King of Israel?' — Ask Twitter

Just hours after accusing Jewish people who vote for Democrats of “disloyalty," Trump quoted a controversial radio host who called him the “King of Israel” and “the second coming of God,” in the latest of a series of inflammatory comments.

Pembina to buy Kinder Morgan Canada, part of Cochin pipeline

On Wednesday, Pembina Pipeline Corp. announced it had signed a deal to buy Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. and the U.S. portion of the Cochin pipeline system in an agreement valued at C$4.35 billion.

Op-Ed: With Palantir software used by ICE, no one is safe from scrutiny

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement renewed its contract with the software company Palantir, according to new government documents made public on Monday, and it could be worth some $49 million over the next three years.

Record number of wildfires burning in Brazil's Amazon rainforest

A record number of wildfires are burning away large areas of Brazil's Amazon rainforest, according to satellite imagery provided by the country's National Institute for Space Research (INPE).

Arctic sea ice loss not responsible for extreme cold winters

The dramatic loss of Arctic sea ice through climate change has only a "minimal influence" on severe cold winter weather across Asia and North America, new research has shown.

Trump's rollback of auto pollution rules hits a dead end

The White House, blindsided by a pact between California and four automakers to oppose President Trump’s auto emissions rollbacks, has mounted an effort to prevent any more companies from joining the other side.

Planned Parenthood exits federal family planning program

Planned Parenthood said Monday it's pulling out of the federal family planning program rather than abide by a new Trump administration rule prohibiting clinics from referring women for abortions.

First-ever water cutbacks announced along Colorado River

Arizona, Nevada, and Mexico will be required to take less water from the Colorado River for the first time ever next year under a set of agreements that aim to keep enough water in Lake Mead to reduce the risk of a crash.

Op-Ed: Elections Canada — Don't discuss climate change during election

Some environment charities will remain silent during the upcoming election after Elections Canada warned them that discussing the dangers of climate change during the federal campaign could be deemed partisan activity.

Feds delay approval of Mass. offshore Vineyard Wind project

Final approval for the Vineyard Wind Project will likely not happen for at least another 18 months, according to information received from multiple sources by The Connecticut Public Radio.
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