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Haitian farmers took a huge hit from Hurricane Matthew.

Haitian farmers can see their losses in fields littered with rotting fruit and fallen palms.

Sometimes you have to melt some ice to make a point.

Art collective Futures North turned pre-industrial ice harvesting techniques and 21st-century computer modeling into a physical model of climate change.

Sanders is going all-out against the Dakota Access Pipeline, while Clinton is dodging the issue.

Sanders and four other senators sent a letter to Obama asking him to require a full environmental and cultural review of the pipeline.

The Clinton campaign isn’t ready to take a stance on the Dakota Access pipeline.

The Clinton campaign avoids taking a position other than support for the Obama administration's review process.

North Carolina is urging people to evacuate — days after Hurricane Matthew.

The storm moved away from the state on Sunday, but North Carolina rivers are still rising.

Top U.S. climate negotiator warns the world is watching our deplorable election

The Paris climate deal will never be fully “Trump-proof,” Jonathan Pershing says. But rolling back progress wouldn’t be so easy.

When it comes to abortion, trust that women know what they want.

A new study gives us evidence that women who choose to get abortions are actually quite certain in their decision.

How are you celebrating Oilfield Prayer Day?

Oilfield Prayer Day seems a distasteful addition to a week filled with real holidays such as Indigenous People’s Day and Yom Kippur.

What’s the best way to deal with restaurant leftovers?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk dishes up advice on dodging the Styrofoam clamshell.

Clinton would veto any attempt to overturn Clean Power Plan, according to her campaign chair.

Clinton will go to the wall to defend Obama's signature environmental achievement, according to John Podesta.

We ate that meatless burger — and yes, it is actually quite good.

Impossible Foods just held the San Francisco launch of its much-hyped Impossible Burger.

We fact-checked what Trump and Clinton said about energy at the debate

Donald Trump told a few lies about energy during Sunday's debate, while Hillary Clinton reiterated her warm feelings for natural gas.

Trump wants to keep burning coal for 1,000 years.

Despite a short exchange on energy, climate change continues to be marginalized on the debate stage.

Will this climate agreement hurt the world’s poorest?

A plan to slash ultra-potent greenhouse gas could lead to suffering in the short term.

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