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Younger Brits just had their future decided for them

Brexit may screw over young voters who care about climate change.

Brexit could have serious repercussions for the climate

What will Britain’s vote to leave the European Union mean for the Paris agreement and climate action?

Ben & Jerry’s keeps trying to save the world with ice cream (and beer)

We’re all going to die, so why not drink your beer and ice cream at the same time?

China could blow the world away as a wind superpower

China could produce up to a quarter of its electricity from wind by 2030.

Tesla wants to be your renewable energy everything

Elon Musk wants to buy SolarCity, but Wall Street's not having it.

A solar-powered plane just crossed the Atlantic

The scrappy little plane completed the journey that the Titanic never could.

Bernie Sanders lays out what Democrats should do next

The runner-up in the presidential race hasn’t given up on impacting the party's platform.

Top architect of climate deal warns against Brexit

Climate advocates say Britain leaving the EU is bad news for the climate.

Pennsylvanians are complaining their water is fracked up. Now what?

For those with contaminated wells, state regulators aren’t acting fast enough.

What’s worse, burning plastic or sending it to a landfill?

When it comes to pesky, non-recyclable plastics, should we bury or burn? Advice maven Umbra Fisk tosses out a few ideas.

Clean water should be a basic human right. Why are we charging so much for it?

The cost of clean water and wastewater services has risen 41 percent over the last five years.

The California drought ain’t over til it’s over (and it’s not over)

Not so fast, everyone: A new study indicates California will be feeling the drought for the next three years.

Obama’s fracking regulations hit a speedbump, not a brick wall

A judge rules that the government is limited in how it regulates fracking, but don't freak out.

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