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Psst, Zinke — national monuments create jobs just the way they are!

We're waiting on Zinke's announcement on the fate of 21 national monuments.

Online startup Crowd Cow wants to disrupt the meat market. The stakes have never been higher.

The online sensation provides “steak holders” with slick marketing and ranchers with new customers. But is its promise overcooked?

California defies Trump claim that environmental regulation kills economic growth

The state's example suggests that the president's deregulation spree isn't necessary.

The oil industry fears Trump’s regulatory rollback could backfire.

Some oil and gas insiders worry that Trump's environmental rule–scrapping has gone too far.

Here’s how a Republican Congress might talk itself into taxing carbon.

If Republicans really want to make use of their majorities for tax reform, they might resort to carbon taxes.

Scott Pruitt doesn’t want to politicize science?

But “science should not be something that’s just thrown about to try to dictate policy in Washington, D.C.” OK, Pruitt.

Minnesota report: Proposed tar sands oil pipeline would harm tribes.

Enbridge's $7.5 billion project would cut through sacred Native American lands.

How to watch the eclipse without trashing the Earth

Tips for making the Great American Eclipse as environmentally friendly as possible.

California went all-in on natural gas. Can it do the same with renewables?

The battle over a proposed So Cal power plant could signal if the state is ready to put its money where its mouth is on clean energy.

Court says pipelines — not Exxon — are to blame for a major oil spill.

An appeals court said Exxon didn't violate safety standards before a 200,000-gallon spill in Arkansas in 2013.

The European Union is considering an electric car mandate.

The E.U. governing body is mulling an electric and hybrid car quota for automakers by 2030.

Wind and solar energy are literally (that’s a literal ‘literally’) saving lives.

Decreased emissions are responsible for preventing up to 12,700 death in the United States.

Trump wants to ignore the effects of climate change when permitting infrastructure projects.

President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that he said will streamline the environmental review required to get large public construction efforts — like roads, bridges, and buildings — off the ground. From the gilded lobby of Trump Tower, the …

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