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"I'm 75; I've been around the block a few times," Michael Chapman says. "So?" Carol Kershaw/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Michael Chapman's Road-Weary Guitar Resonates With A New Generation

He's been touring for 50 years, but spent decades out of the spotlight. Now, with the help of younger artists like Steve Gunn, the weathered British guitarist is making a comeback.

Steve Reed uses OhmConnect, a service that pays customers to lower their energy use at home during periods of high demand. Megan Wood/inewsource hide caption

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Energy Savings Can Be Fun, But No Need To Turn Off All The Lights

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Pollution has driven some families to leave Beijing. A group of Chinese lawyers is suing the governments of Beijing and its surrounding areas for not doing enough to get rid of the smog. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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For Some In China's Middle Class, Pollution Is Spurring Action

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"I'm 75; I've been around the block a few times," Michael Chapman says. "So?" Carol Kershaw/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Michael Chapman's Road-Weary Guitar Resonates With A New Generation

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Grass strips alongside streams, like this one in the Lac qui Parle River watershed of Minnesota, can help to reduce fertilizer runoff from fields. MN Pollution Control Agency/Flickr hide caption

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Farmers Fight Environmental Regulations

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