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Washington state’s top attorney is taking on the White House

Bob Ferguson beat back Trump's Muslim ban. Now he's fighting for the environment.

Better Call Becerra: The Planet’s Lawyer

California's attorney general, Xavier Becerra, plans to keep the Trump administration tangled up in the courts.

Despite Trump, states keep getting more energy-efficient.

Energy-saving policies make a lot of sense, which makes them hard to kill.

Watch the live Seattle mayoral forum on arts and the environment

Cary Moon and Jenny Durkan discuss how to ensure Seattle is a culturally vibrant and truly livable city for all residents.

Scott Pruitt took a $14,000 flight to Oklahoma to talk about closing EPA offices

The EPA chief has taken at least four trips on chartered and government flights since his confirmation, at a cost of $58,000.

What can extraterrestrial visitors teach us about kindness on Earth?

Jonathon Keats rolls out the welcome mat for space creatures and shares thoughts on avoiding galactic misunderstandings.

Puerto Rico had towering landfills and coal ash pollution. Then, Maria hit.

The scale of environmental devastation on the island is still unknown -- and the situation was already pretty bad.

‘Dammit, this is not a good news story,’ San Juan mayor responds to Trump official.

The Homeland Security secretary might be satisfied with federal relief efforts in Puerto Rico, but people who live there aren't.

Let’s ban gasoline-powered cars, says California’s governor.

Electric vehicles would get a big boost if California bans internal combustion engines.

Puerto Rico’s infrastructure is so damaged that it can’t distribute aid.

Trucks, drivers, and gasoline to distribute supplies around the island are currently extremely limited.

Good news! Global carbon emissions stayed flat in 2016.

There's hope to be had in the numbers showing that the world has hit the brakes on carbon emissions.

A week after Hurricane Maria struck, the U.S. Virgin Islands are in shambles.

The recovery effort trudges along after the Category 4 storm destroyed what Irma spared.

Puerto Ricans are living climate change right now. Here’s how they describe it.

Island dwellers -- and their loved ones stateside -- detail the situation on the ground, one week after Maria.

The battle over Keystone XL and the future of food on one farm

Farmers and environmentalists could be allies, if they’d only listen to each other, says author Ted Genoways.

Can we still avoid the worst of climate change? Maybe.

We may have more leeway in the fight to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees C.

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