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PNS Daily Newscast - January 27, 2021 


Biden executive orders address pollution and environmental justice; health professionals note a link between climate change and human health.


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The Senate moves forward with Trump's impeachment trial; scholars question the legality of impeachment after an official is out of office.

Public News Service - TX: Environment

PHOTO: The solar industry in Texas and nationwide continues to add jobs as a rapid pace. Photo credit: Sean Loyless

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AUSTIN, Texas - The future is looking bright for the solar industry in the state and nationwide, with a record number now working in the field. According to Philip Haddix, manager of outreach and policy, The Solar Foundation, solar-industry employment grew by almost 20 percent since 2012, to reach n

PHOTO: When restoration funds from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill are allocated to the states, those who live and work along the coast want to make sure Texas lawmakers spend the money on its intended purpose. Photo credit: Bill Rand

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PORT MANSFIELD, Texas - As plans are put in place to allocate restoration funds from the massive BP oil spill, Texans who depend on the Gulf Coast for their livelihood say its health is an economic priority. Once the dollars are distributed, said Mike Sutton, a saltwater angler who owns Getaway Adv

PHOTO: A new report on active landfills in the state finds that at least 40 percent are leaking toxins. CREDIT: Bill McChesney

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AUSTIN, Texas – As the battle over the site of a proposed landfill in central Texas continues, a new analysis is raising concerns statewide. The study finds that 40 percent of active landfills in the state that monitor their impact on groundwater are leaking toxins, and James Abshier, founde

PHOTO: A flock of around 300 whooping cranes is now returning to Texas for the winter after flying in from summer breeding grounds in Canada. CREDIT: Texas Parks and Wildlife

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AUSTIN, Texas - The world's last flock of wild whooping cranes is now arriving in Texas, as the endangered birds make their annual winter migration to the coast from northern Canada. The flock has been growing slowly and it now numbers around 300 - despite the troubles of five years ago, recalled My

PHOTO: A lot of progress has been made in waste reduction since the first America Recycles Day in 1997, but much work remains, with only about one-third of trash in the U.S. recycled. Photo credit: M. Glasgow.

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AUSTIN, Texas – This is America Recycles Day and, while there is much still to do to keep more trash out of landfills, there has been a major shift in thinking over the past couple of decades. Andrew Dobbs, program director of the Texas Campaign for the Environment, says when this event star

PHOTO: Day 30 of Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, 2010. CREDIT: Green Fire Productions

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AUSTIN, Texas - The second phase of the trial over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is in progress. This portion will include an attempt to determine just how much oil was spilled following the explosion and fire in 2010. According to Sara Gonzalez-Rothi Kronenthal, s

PHOTO: Texans are finding that keeping the lawn green can be an expensive proposition as mother nature has done little to help with the watering. But experts say by adding native species that are drought-resistant, folks can save money and keep the rivers flowing. CREDIT: Steven Polunsky

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AUSTIN, Texas – With drought conditions persisting through the state, more Texans are discovering a solution in their backyards – and putting native plants into landscaping can pay off in more ways than one. Jennifer Ellis, senior project coordinator with the Texas Living Waters Projec

PHOTO: The U-S Fish and Wildlife Service is being taken to court over the protection of the dunes sagebrush lizard. Defenders of Wildlife says the lizard's habitat is being damaged in 3 Texas counties, but the report from the state comptroller says not a single acre has been impacted. CREDIT: USFWS

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AUSTIN, Texas - A plan that was touted as a way for Texas to retain control over and protect threatened and endangered species in the state is being called a failure by Defenders of Wildlife. According to attorney and endangered-species specialist Ya-Wei "Jake" Li, aerial photos and a review of dril

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