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PNS Daily News - September 1, 2016 


On today’s rundown; conflicting versions of what actually was said about Donald Trump’s wall during his Mexico visit; Governor Paul LePage faces a firm deadline today to comply with Maine's Freedom of Access Act; and we will update you on outreach to minority teacher

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Oceans

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Rising sea levels from global climate change are threatening wildlife, recreation and economies along the America's eastern ...Read More
PORTLAND, Ore. - The number of steelhead making their way up the Columbia River and into its Northwest tributaries has fallen far below predictions ...Read More
RICHMOND, Va. – Climate change represents a serious problem for U.S. coastal military bases – especially in and around Norfolk, according ...Read More
BALTIMORE - A new report from the National Wildlife Federation details the increasing threats posed by sea-level rise to wildlife in Maryland ...Read More
OUTERBANKS, N.C. — With 300 miles of shoreline, North Carolina is one of the states most vulnerable to sea-level rise. According to a report ...Read More
BOSTON – August has proved to be a pivotal month for offshore wind power in the Commonwealth and the region. Catherine Bowes, senior manager ...Read More
NEW YORK – The development of offshore wind power is finally taking off, and New York could soon be a major player. America's first offshore ...Read More
WILMINGTON, N.C. - North Carolina is poised to become the next frontier for offshore wind energy. Late last week the U.S. Department of the Interior ...Read More
VENTURA, Calif. - An oil company facing termination of its lease for a facility on a tiny island near the coast between Ventura and Santa Barbara ...Read More
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Forage fish are considered the lifeblood of the ocean's food web, yet in the Atlantic Ocean off America's Eastern Seaboard they ...Read More
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