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This map shows which countries are squandering the most money on fossil fuel subsidies

G20 nations spend $452 billion each year on fossil fuel subsidies. But some countries are at least starting to reform those programs.

Each piece of garbage has a story. This artist traces it

Jenny Odell's "Bureau of Suspended Objects" project looks at where the stuff we throw out came from, who made it, and what it means.

How green is your cat’s food?

What's really in cat food? A vegan pet owner wants to know, and Umbra has the purr-fect answer.

Map shows where Volkswagen’s extra pollution has the worst impacts in California

The interactive tool shows a pollution and poverty index, VW diesel cars, and electric vehicle stations.

Michael Pollan’s food advice hits the big screen

A new documentary brings "In Defense of Food" to cinematic life.

France forbids massive climate march in wake of Paris attacks

The huge rally planned for the U.N. climate summit is canceled due to "the heightened security situation" in Paris.

Canada’s new prime minister will no longer censor scientists, unlike the last one

Canadian scientists are finally free to speak about their research, even if it involves gasp climate change.

Obama’s top environmental official on the Paris attacks, climate change, and national security

Two weeks before the Paris climate talks, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy says the U.S. is serious about taking action.

No, you’re not paranoid: The Koch brothers really are spying on you

The billionaire industrialists have their very own surveillance team that's spying on the left.

Following Shell, another oil company pulls out of Arctic

The Norwegian oil company Statoil abandons drilling plans in the the Chuckchi Sea.

Florida to rebuild jail on land prone to flooding. Climate change will only make things worse

Despite rising sea levels, massive floods, and a previous explosion, Florida decided not to relocate the jail.

No, Obama’s Clean Power Plan won’t raise your electric bills, no matter what conservatives say

In fact, the new rules can be expected to lower people’s bills in all 50 states, a new report finds.

U.S. public transportation sucks, and this is why

Ever spent 45 minutes waiting for a delayed bus? Watch our video to find out why -- and how to make that bus work better.

Uber: Climate hero or climate villain?

A new study hopes to measure the climate impact of ride-sharing services.

French authorities near decision about whether to allow climate rallies

The government will decide Wednesday or Thursday whether or not the big Paris climate march will go ahead.

Coral reefs are in trouble. Meet the people trying to rebuild them

From replanting the reefs we've lost to evolving stronger corals, humans are trying to engineer reefs to withstand climate change.

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