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Solar tower generates electricity from molten salt, even when it’s dark

The facility's massive stores of salt can hold enough solar energy to power 10,000 homes.

Pollution from power plants in two states killed thousands of people last year

Nearly 90 percent of the plants are in low-income neighborhoods and communities of color.

The Republican vision for the environment is not a pretty sight

The House just passed a budget bill that would gut protections for air, water, and the climate.

Here’s what a conservative climate-action agenda would look like

There are plenty of policies a free marketeer could embrace to cut emissions and eliminate market distortions at the same time.

Britain’s new leader just replaced the climate department with a business department

Prime Minister Theresa May hasn't even unpacked her bags yet and already she's up to no good.

Mike Pence’s loose grip on reality is almost as bad as Trump’s

Here’s what Trump’s VP pick has to say about climate change and science.

Just how unhealthy are farm subsidies?

We’re not talking about the health of the planet this time — we’re talking about you.

Exclusive: Chill out and drift away with a tune by Liz Vice

Watch the Portland-based artist perform "Enclosed by You" at the 2015 Pickathon festival.

Can I use nonstick pans with a clean eco-conscience?

Umbra Fisk stirs up advice on cookware for a reader from Virginia.

Green group wants to use rare Pokemon to lure voters

NextGen Climate found the youth vote -- it's looking for Snorlax.

Possible Clinton VP pick has a weird appeal with enviros, fossil fuel groups

Virginia Senator Tim Kaine has an uncanny ability to appease special interests across party divides.

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