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Advancing environmental justice: A cheat sheet for candidates

It means supporting workers and curbing more than just carbon emissions.

How to fix our food policy: A recipe for candidates

The way we eat has a tremendous impact on the world. Let's serve up sustainable solutions.

Launching the cleantech space race: A cheat sheet for candidates

From exporting cleantech to upgrading the grid, here’s how to kickstart the renewable revolution.

Getting serious about climate change: A cheat sheet for candidates

From reforming campaign finance to raising the gas tax, here are solutions that make sense.

Making our cities stronger and greener: A cheat sheet for candidates

All politics are local? Then pols should get serious about improving the places where most of us live.

He gave them a raise. They gave him a Tesla.

Because there is no needier cause than a man without a Tesla.

From field to fridge, food waste is everywhere

It's a big problem, but you can do your part — which is more than just saving apple peels.

Fox News rejects ads making fun of Fox News

One ad asks, as we all do: “What will it take for Fox News to accept that humans are changing the climate?”

Lake Mead, we’ll be honest: You’ve looked better.

The reservoir, which serves 25 million people across the southwest, has been dwindling since 1993. Is this the new normal?

Solar tower generates electricity from molten salt, even when it’s dark

The facility's massive stores of salt can hold enough solar energy to power 10,000 homes.

Pollution from power plants in two states killed thousands of people last year

Nearly 90 percent of the plants are in low-income neighborhoods and communities of color.

The Republican vision for the environment is not a pretty sight

The House just passed a budget bill that would gut protections for air, water, and the climate.

Here’s what a conservative climate-action agenda would look like

There are plenty of policies a free marketeer could embrace to cut emissions and eliminate market distortions at the same time.

Britain’s new leader just replaced the climate department with a business department

Prime Minister Theresa May hasn't even unpacked her bags yet and already she's up to no good.

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