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As the rich move away from disaster zones, the poor are left behind

A new database tracked migration over the last 90 years of natural disasters.

Oil companies are just not that into Keystone XL.

Crude oil has plummeted to $45 a barrel, scaring off investors who'd initially been interested.

Who needs peer review when you can Pruitt review climate science?

The agency will pit opposing sides on climate science against one another to debate the consensus on human-made climate change.

As if U.S. inequality wasn’t bad enough, climate change is making it worse

The economic loss from warming temperatures will be on par with the Great Recession.

Antarctica is starting to go ice free — with some interesting consequences.

What happens to Antarctica's flora and fauna when they mingle with invasive species?

If Trump can’t handle the Paris accord, he’ll hate this bold idea

Experts offer an audacious three-year plan to halt climate change in its tracks.

Sunny summer skies are driving ice melt in Greenland

Without clouds to block sunlight, surface melt has accelerated.

Want to stop wildfires? Try logging, says Utah official.

“When we turn the Forest Service over to the bird and bunny lovers and the tree huggers and the rock lickers, we’ve turned our history over.”

Scott Pruitt muddies up the Clean Water Act.

This means Trump is now responsible for a legal hot potato.

Trump’s comments to tribal leaders will make you scratch your head.

"Infringements on tribal sovereignty are deeply unfair to Native Americans and Native American communities."

1,400 mayors: If Trump won’t lead on climate action, we will

The bipartisan U.S. Conference of Mayors passed resolutions pushing back against Trump’s policies on climate change.

A state agency filed a complaint against the security company that tracked and targeted DAPL opponents.

TigerSwan has been operating in North Dakota without a license since last year, the agency alleges.

A Czech nuclear plant staged a bikini contest to hire its next intern.

The woman who got the most Facebook likes would be dubbed “Miss Energy 2017."

6 million people in China went a week without fossil fuels

The province of Qinghai got all of its power from wind, solar, and hydro-electricity for seven days.

I’m surrounded by people. Why do I feel so alone?

Feelings of isolation are common in cities. Let's take a look at the way we built them.

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