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A family of four stands in front of solar panels in their backyard.

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A family of four stands in their backyard with their new solar panels.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A young woman stand in front of “Zaanse Schans”, a historic windmill area, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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A lighthouse on Bartholomew Island, part of Galapagos National Park.

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Aerials of the world’s largest wind farm near Abilene, TX. The farm spreads out over 47,000 acres in Nolan and Taylor Counties in Texas. There are more than 500 turbines in this development, which sprawls over farmland, pasture and mesquite and juniper scrub. Environmentalists are quite concerned that wind turbines are killing increasing numbers of migrating bats and birds.

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Aerials of the world’s largest wind farm near Abilene, TX. The farm spreads out over 47,000 acres in Nolan and Taylor Counties in Texas. There are more than 500 turbines in this development, which sprawls over farmland, pasture and mesquite and juniper scrub. Environmentalists are quite concerned that wind turbines are killing increasing numbers of migrating bats and birds.

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Aerials of the world’s largest wind farm near Abilene, TX. The farm spreads out over 47,000 acres in Nolan and Taylor Counties in Texas. There are more than 500 turbines in this development, which sprawls over farmland, pasture and mesquite and juniper scrub. Environmentalists are quite concerned that wind turbines are killing increasing numbers of migrating bats and birds.

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Workers observe water spilling from a gas well in Wyoming.

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A worker samples water and drilling mud coming from a rig at a coal bed methane drill site near Buffalo, WY. The fluid goes to a pond and at this well, it is recirculated.

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A worker samples water and drilling mud coming from a rig at a coal bed methane drill site near Buffalo, WY. The fluid goes to a pond and at this well, it is recirculated.

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Water and drilling mud spill from a rig near Buffalo, WY. At this site, the fluid is recirculated after it settles in the pond shown here.

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A worker samples water and drilling mud coming from a rig at a coal bed methane drill site near Buffalo, WY. The fluid goes to a pond and at this well, it is recirculated.

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A horse and a dog on a ranch near a gas drilling area near Aztec, NM.

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A rancher and his cattle among polluting gas drilling equipment near Aztec, NM.

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