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The EPA is more vulnerable now than ever before

Previous attacks from Reagan and Bush have nothing on Trump's.

Here’s how the Standing Rock Sioux will keep fighting Dakota Access — in court

The last, best chance to kill the oil pipeline is a series of legal challenges being pushed by tribes.

What would Teddy Roosevelt have to say about new Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke?

Roosevelt likely would not be pleased by Zinke’s plans to dig up coal, oil, and gas on federal lands.

Trump has no clue what it takes to ensure clean air and water.

In his address to Congress, the president made some nice-sounding promises. Too bad his actions undermine them.

The Standing Rock Sioux could still beat the Dakota Access Pipeline — in court

The last, best chance to kill the oil pipeline is a series of legal challenges being pushed by tribes.

Trump is coming for your clean water.

This marks the first time Trump has formally pushed a regulatory change at the EPA, but it won't be the last.

Shell’s 1991 climate change film shows just how much it knew

Exxon isn't the only oil giant that ignored the dangers of global warming.

It’s safe for scientists to raise some heck when it comes to climate change.

Taking a public stand won't hurt a scientist's public rep, according to a new study.

Robots are raising your kale now.

One New Jersey farm grows pesticide-free greens with a little help from AI.

Trump plans to slash EPA’s budget and boost the military’s.

The White House wants to chop funding for climate programs in particular, though they're just a teeny-tiny fraction of defense spending.

Mardi Gras beads make a much bigger mess than you’d imagine

The trinkets leave a toxic trail from the Middle East to China to New Orleans. Here's how we could make Mardi Gras beads better.

Climate activists are rooting for Keith Ellison to head up the Democratic National Committee.

Bill McKibben argues that Ellison, a progressive, would help the party regain credibility with young people.

Standing Rock is burning.

As they evacuated camp, water protectors set fire to tents according to tribal tradition -- one last blaze of defiance against the pipeline.

Here are some of the most unnerving things we’ve read so far in those Pruitt emails.

You can now peruse thousands of emails from Scott Pruitt’s time as Oklahoma attorney general.

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