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We just lost another critical climate satellite

These NASA satellites are some of our best tools for understanding climate change, and there's no plan to replace them.

The story behind Prince’s low-profile generosity to green causes

Environmental justice activist Van Jones helped the musician give to good causes anonymously.

Climate denial doesn’t totally suck in Northeast primary states

A small majority of Northeast residents embraces the scientific consensus.

“Keystone-ization” is the fossil fuel industry’s new nightmare

Does the growing file of scrapped pipeline plans forecast our energy future? Here’s hoping!

You’re more likely to see an oil industry ad than a climate report on CNN

The network recently aired nearly five times more fossil fuel ads than climate coverage.

How can I tell my roommate he takes too many showers?

A reader in California wants to berate his roommate over water usage, but advice maven Umbra Fisk says cooler heads should prevail.

Seattle’s new environmental justice agenda was built by the people it affects the most

It seeks policies that support equitable environments and create green paths out of poverty.

As sales boom, pot shops have become the new face of gentrification

In Seattle, on the same corner where black men were once arrested for dealing pot, a white man is now legally raking in seven-figure sales.

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