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Here's a closer look at the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The pipeline is far from dead. But it’s also still far from a sure thing.
Check out the Climate Reality Project's live broadcast of performances, interviews, and educational segments.
The New York Fed thinks so.
We can use the saved time to tackle other pressing issues: hat hair on picture day, no wifi in the bathroom, and mega corporations increasingly controlling all aspects of daily life.
Soil could be our salvation, if we stop treating it like dirt.
Residents blame drought, and some point to climate.
Loggers depleted 3,000 square miles of the Amazon from August 2015 to July 2016.
An anonymous source told Politico that Ivanka Trump plans to make climate change a signature issue.
Other route alternatives aren't looking good, either.
The village of Tyonek isn't the only community threatened by a coal giant -- which is why we need your help.
What is happening.
Is it eco-friendly to cut down a tree from the woods? How about buying a fake tree? Advice columnist Umbra Fisk unwraps the answers.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not grant a permit for the pipeline.
In difficult times, local climate action offers solace -- as does a favorite sandwich.
Residents blame drought, and some point to global warming.
Activists are calling on the president to intervene, but he has little power to stop the pipeline.
This is the largest all-female expedition ever.
A primer on the body of law that has everything to do with the Dakota Access Pipeline.
From Facebook to feedlots, we’ve got some stellar reading recs.