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    Need to make more use of our wind power here in TX!

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    Infographic: United States of the Environment | How Does Your State Excel |Mother Nature Network

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    Infographic: United States of the Environment. We can’t all have the most organic farms or the lowest air pollution, but every U.S. state is No. 1 in some environmental or public health category … and No. 50 in another. Here’s a look at each state’s strengths and weaknesses.

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    U.S. states by strengths Really Ohio? Top 8th grade science students?? Wow...

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    United States of Science! Brilliant map of how each state shines in science, nature and public health, courtesy of Mother Nature Network.

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