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Archived Since:March 4, 2008

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The New York Times just hired a climate denier.

Its newest op-ed columnist once described climate change and campus rape as “imaginary enemies.”

This documentary series spotlights people taking science into their own hands.

Everyday folks are gathering data to help professional scientists to do their jobs better.

Meet the fixer: This lawyer stands with indigenous activists.

Police have arrested more than 700 Dakota Access demonstrators. Tara Houska stands with anti-pipeline activists.

Could we get climate action from … Republicans?

There might just be a way for Republicans to support low-carbon energy.

Meet the fixer: This policy wonk shows state leadership on solar.

Federal clean energy efforts are too weak. David Hochschild has a state blueprint for solar.

Now we know Scott Pruitt isn’t serious about fighting smog

All of our environmental protections are at risk, folks. Not just the climate policies.

Meet the fixer: This startup founder built a Fitbit for the planet.

It’s hard to track the local effects of climate change. Davida Herzl creates Fitbit-like tools for the planet.

Chicago wants to dominate in renewable energy.

In eight years, the city plans to power its public buildings with 100 percent clean energy.

A tiny Iowa paper just won a Pulitzer Prize for tackling farm pollution.

A family-owned newspaper in a rural community made the case that farmers are responsible for cleaning up their own mess.

Our plan for Earth Day is to ponder whether feminism is dead.

Why don't we celebrate fossil fuels on Earth Day? Why don't we celebrate Chris Brown on International Women's Day?

A crucial climate mystery is just under our feet

What if we could turn farms into giant greenhouse gas sponges?

Meet the fixer: This farmer champions efficiency.

American farms waste a ton of food. Ben Hartman shows how more efficient farms can prosper.

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