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Mine Waste Spill
This July 27, 2017, photo shows a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wastewater treatment plant in the San Juan Mountains outside Silverton, Colo. The plant treats water flowing from the Gold King Mine, where the EPA inadvertently triggered a spill of 3 million gallons of wastewater in 2015. The EPA is installing a barrier and valve inside the mine to regulate the flow of wastewater.(AP Photo/Dan Elliot)
Germany Diesel
The brand logo of German car maker Volkswagen, VW, is photographed on a car in Berlin, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
ESPN Jemele Hill Trump Tweets
White House says no change in position on Paris climate agreement (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Tesla Motors, the makers of electric cars, have installed 8 charging stations for Tesla vehicles in a city-owned parking garage at Bijou and Cascade in downtown Colorado Springs. The charging stations are not yet operational. Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Photo by Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette
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Farmer's hands holding a small tree on nature background (Photo from stanford.edu)
California could be hit by an 8.2 mega-earthquake, and damage would be catastrophic. (Los Angeles Times via Twitter @latimes)
A pedestrian walks through Middle Shooks Run Park as tree limbs lie on the ground after falling from the wet snow Tuesday, April 4, 2017, in Colorado Springs. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Harvey Emissions Spike
This Sept. 2, 2017, photo shows the Petrobras oil refinery plant in Pasadena, Texas. Plants owned by Shell, Chevron, Exxon-Mobil and other industry giants reported more than 1.5 million pounds (680 metric tons) of extraordinary emissions over eight days beginning Aug. 23, to the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality in Harris County, which encompasses Houston. Petrochemical corridor residents say air that is bad enough on normal days got unbearable as Hurricane Harvey crashed into the nation's fourth-largest city and then yielded the highest ozone pollution of the year anywhere in Texas. (AP Photo/Frank Bajak)
STRATTON FORESTER
Scott Komatz of Seed Masters works Wednesday, March 22, 2017, to clear thick oak brush in Stratton Open Space. (Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette)