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Chevron won’t have to pay for its own version of Chernobyl

U.S. court rules Chevron won't have to pay Ecuadorians for decades of pollution.

Enjoy it while you can: Climate change is already hitting the Olympics hard

In hot, polluted places like Rio, you’re actually better off just having a beer than exercising. Really.

Rio Olympics opens with a powerful message about climate change

The opening ceremonies probably did more for climate education than U.S. presidential campaigns ever have.

Artist gives climate science a redesign

The State of the Climate may not be pretty, but this illustrated report sure is!

6 ways the Rio Olympics are failing on sustainability

From waters teeming with pathogens to transportation troubles, the Rio Olympics are looking like a hot mess.

Does anything good come out of the Olympics?

The Olympics bring their host cities new stadiums, trains, and glistening abs — but which of those benefit them in the long run?

Homes in walkable neighborhoods are worth more

People are willing to pay a higher price for a home if it's close to stores, workplaces, or transit, new analysis finds.

Why are Democrats so bad at talking about climate change?

It’s hard to make global warming seem relevant to people's lives. Exhibit A: The Democratic convention

We’re starting to understand just how Zika and climate change go together

Scientists try to narrow in on the way warmer, weirder weather helped the disease spread.

Volkswagen says it’s cleaning up its emissions, this time for reals

Volkswagen pivots from cheating on emissions to (maybe) filtering them out.

These huge buses drive right over the top of cars

China thinks it’s found an answer to its congestion problem.

Is your personal lube causing water pollution?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk peeks under the covers of the lube market to find out.

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