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Filed Under:Issues & Causes / Environmentalism
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Archived Since:March 4, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Finally, a solution to the worst scourge of this scorched Earth: brown avocado

By saving avocados from mud-colored fate, a new machine might make a dent in our mountains of food waste.

Electric cars are so popular we’re running out of plugs

We’re in an era of cutthroat plug competition — which is both good and bad.

There’s a new toxin in your water to worry about, America

PFASs are linked with cancer, hormone disruption, high cholesterol, and obesity, and were found in the water supplies of 6 million people.

How do we turn coal jobs into solar jobs? Wizards, perhaps?

A new study from the journal Energy Economics has a plan to assimilate coal miners into the solar industry.

Farm animals are about to get a lot more shots

Big pharma is trying to get farms off antibiotics by investing in vaccines.

Brilliant photographer captures daily life during the Flint water crisis

A short film by Latoya Ruby Frazier shows that surviving is harder when your water is poisoned.

You can buy refurbished clothes for less from this Earth-friendly startup

A startup wants to fix those pants you broke in the dressing room — and sell them to you at a discount.

Climate could be pivotal in this congressional race between two California Democrats

Nanette Barragán is running as a climate hawk, while Isadore Hall has a history of taking big contributions from the oil industry.

Flint’s lead-poisoned water cost the city nearly 100 times as much as it was supposed to save

The disastrous switch from Lake Huron to the Flint River as the city's water source will cost it nearly $460 million.

Republican EPA chiefs endorse Clinton, bash Trump

William D. Ruckelshaus and William K. Reilly are particularly frustrated by Trump's refusal to address climate change.

Cholera could make a comeback, thanks to climate change

As ocean temperatures have risen, so have the number of lethal bacteria that cause the waterborne disease.

NASA has some wild ideas for the future of flying

NASA says it will start studying a bunch of cutting-edge aviation ideas -- four of which could make air travel much cleaner than it is today.

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