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FILE - In this July 29, 2015, file photo, activists hang from the St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Ore., to protest the departure of Royal Dutch Shell PLC icebreaker Fennica, which is in Portland for repairs. The protest of oil drilling was among the top stories in Oregon in 2015. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File) READ MORE
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FILE- This April 2006, file photo shows The Four Corners Power Plant in Waterflow, N.M., near the San Juan River in northwestern New Mexico. While the nearby San Juan Generating Station will factor into New Mexico’s proposed goal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by one-third, the Four Corners Power Plant - which is located within the Navajo Nation - won’t. The Navajo Nation is pursuing an ownership stake in a coal-fired power plant in New Mexico as many utilities are divesting from the energy source. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan, File) READ MORE
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FILE--In this Nov. 7, 2013 file photo, a train hauls oil into Glacier National Park near the Badger-Two Medicine National Forest in northwest Montana. Companies proposing to build the nation's largest oil-by-rail marine terminal in southwest Washington state and their foes will argue their cases before a state energy panel in Vancouver, Wash., on Monday, June 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown, File) READ MORE
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FILE  - In this Aug. 1, 2005 file photo a pair of Holstein dairy cows are seen in San Joaquin County near Thornton, Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown approved $900 million in funding for environmental programs including $50 million for dairy farmers to reduce methane emissions from cow manure, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli,File) READ MORE
Plaintiff VICTORIA BARRETT speaks during a press conference on the steps of the Federal Courthouse in Eugene. Twenty-one youth plaintiffs are suing the federal government in an attempt to force science based action on climate change change.  (Robin Loznak/ZUMAPRESS.com) READ MORE
SEATTLE, WA - MAY 16:  A ShellNo flag flies during a ShellNo flotilla demonstration against Royal Dutch Shell on the waters of Puget Sound on May 16, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. On Saturday demonstrators began three days of protests both on land and on Puget Sound over the presence of Royal Dutch Shell's oil rig in the Port of Seattle. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images) READ MORE
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NEWTOK, AK - JUNE 29:  The village of Newtok is seen from a plane on June 29, 2015 in Newtok, Alaska. Newtok, which has a population of approximately of 375 ethnically Yupik people, was established along the shores of the Ninglick River, near where the river empties into the Bering Sea, by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) in 1959. The Yupik people have lived on the coastal lands along the Bering Sea for thousands of years. However, as global temperatures rise the village is being threatened by the melting of permafrost; greater ice and snow melt - which is causing the Ninglick river to widen and erode the river bank; and larger storms that come in from the Bering Sea, which further erodes the land. According to the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, the high point in Newtok - the school - could be underwater by 2017. A new village, approximately nine miles away titled Mertarvik, has been established, though so far families have been slow to relocate to the new village.   (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) READ MORE
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CHONGQING, CHINA - FEBRUARY 16: (CHINA OUT) Female white rats stand in a basin at an animal laboratory of a medical school on February 16, 2008 in Chongqing Municipality, China. Over 100,000 rats and mice are used in experiments every year for pharmaceutical research in the lab, where the temperature is kept at 24 degrees centigrade. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images) READ MORE
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FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2009 file photo, water trickles over Copco 1 Dam on the Klamath River outside Hornbrook, Calif.  The process to relicense the hydroelectric dam system on the Klamath River has restarted again as historic settlement agreements to remove four of the dams have thus far failed to make headway in Congress this year. The Klamath River basin, which straddles Oregon and California, has long been the site of intense political fights over the sharing of scarce water between farms and fish. The agreements to remove the dams, hammered out by farmers, tribes, environmentalists and states, are a compromise aimed to restore the river for imperiled salmon and steelhead, and give farmers greater certainty about irrigation water. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard, File) READ MORE
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