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Women scientists: “We’re not backing down, and we’re not going away”

A pledge for inclusivity and protecting science from Trump has been signed by 14,000 scientists.

The West’s biggest coal plant may be about to shut down

It's the seventh-largest single source of CO2 emissions in the United States.

Trump’s first week was remarkably terrible for the climate

Did someone say carnage? There was a lot of it in the environmental realm this week.

This is exactly the wrong way to clean up the L.A. area’s air

Regulators are pushing a plan to make residents pay more taxes instead of making polluters clean up, and it would hit poor people hardest.

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has asked water protectors to leave camp.

Hundreds of people at three protest camps must all clear out by Jan. 30 or federal law enforcement will be called in to remove them.

New satellite sends back its first images — and they’re stunning

NOAA said the images are the start of an age of “high-definition from the heavens.”

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is on the way out, so why aren’t greens cheering?

On Monday, President Trump signed an executive order to get rid of the TPP, but environmentalists aren't thrilled.

Here’s what Trump’s decision means for the Dakota Access Pipeline

It will pave the way for the project and make it harder to make successful legal challenges.

Keystone XL really is back to haunt us.

TransCanada, the company behind the infamous project, has resubmitted an application to build the pipeline across the U.S.-Canada border.

The doomsday clock is at its closest to midnight in 64 years

Climate change and fact-denying leaders spurred the clock 30 seconds forward.

First: Cats. Now: The polarization of science. Is there anything curiosity can’t kill?

A new paper says it's not knowledge, but curiosity, that allows people to break out of partisan bubbles.

The country’s biggest offshore wind farm is coming to Long Island.

The Long Island wind farm would be the country's largest, generating enough energy to power 50,000 homes.

1.5 degrees C may be closer than we thought

Depending when you start measuring from, the world may already be nearing international targets.

Trump tries to stifle science, and scientists rally to march on Washington.

Americans seem to be prepared to turn out for progressive causes at higher numbers than ever before.

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