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The Next Generation of Children Will Be Affected by Climate Change Before They’re Even Born

The Next Generation of Children Will Be Affected by Climate Change Before They’re Even Born

Nina Lakhani

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Climate Change Is Finally Having a Political Moment. That’s No Accident.

Climate Change Is Finally Having a Political Moment. That’s No Accident.

Rebecca Leber

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Democrats from Congress Tried to Reassure World Leaders at the UN Climate Summit

Democrats from Congress Tried to Reassure World Leaders at the UN Climate Summit

Chris D'Angelo

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Voters Want Presidential Action on Climate—With or Without Congressional Support

Voters Want Presidential Action on Climate—With or Without Congressional Support

Rebecca Leber

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Methane Detectives: Can a Wave of Technology Slash Natural Gas Leaks?

Methane Detectives: Can a Wave of Technology Slash Natural Gas Leaks?

Jonathan Mingle

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California Could Have Helped Low-Income Residents Weather PG&E Blackouts. But It Didn’t Happen.

California Could Have Helped Low-Income Residents Weather PG&E Blackouts. But It Didn’t Happen.

Jessica Kutz

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Texas Signed off on the Restoration of This Old Coal Mine. Now a Leaky Landfill Is Contaminating Groundwater.

Texas Signed off on the Restoration of This Old Coal Mine. Now a Leaky Landfill Is Contaminating Groundwater.

Kiah Collier

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The Delicate Art and Evolving Science of Wildfire Evacuations

The Delicate Art and Evolving Science of Wildfire Evacuations

Aarian Marshall

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Rising Sea Levels Pose Threat to Homes of 300 Million People – Study

Rising Sea Levels Pose Threat to Homes of 300 Million People – Study

Jonathan Watts

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How Climate Policy Dominated Canada’s Election

How Climate Policy Dominated Canada’s Election

Carl Meyer

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‘Racism dictates who gets dumped on’: how environmental injustice divides the world

‘Racism dictates who gets dumped on’: how environmental injustice divides the world

Nina Lakhani

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PG&E Was Once Part of the Climate-Denial Machine That Helped Fuel California’s Blackout Crisis

PG&E Was Once Part of the Climate-Denial Machine That Helped Fuel California’s Blackout Crisis

Rebecca Leber

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There Is an Important Climate Solution Democrats Never Talk About. But Why?

There Is an Important Climate Solution Democrats Never Talk About. But Why?

Maddie Stone

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It’s Time to Start Eating Roadkill

It’s Time to Start Eating Roadkill

Ella Jacobson

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The Trump Administration’s Climate Report Left Out Reproductive Rights. Here’s What It Missed.

The Trump Administration’s Climate Report Left Out Reproductive Rights. Here’s What It Missed.

Eve Andrews

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Why Energy Researchers Are Interested in a Tiny Wood-Eating Pest You’ve Never Heard Of

Why Energy Researchers Are Interested in a Tiny Wood-Eating Pest You’ve Never Heard Of

Matthew Taub

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China Is Both the Best and Worst Hope for Clean Energy

China Is Both the Best and Worst Hope for Clean Energy

Eric Niiler

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This Badass 15-Year-Old Just Stood in Front of a Bunch of World Leaders and Totally Called Them Out

This Badass 15-Year-Old Just Stood in Front of a Bunch of World Leaders and Totally Called Them Out

Damian Carrington

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New York City Just Unveiled a Historic Bill to Cut Its Biggest Source of Climate Pollution

New York City Just Unveiled a Historic Bill to Cut Its Biggest Source of Climate Pollution

Alexander C. Kaufman

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California Fire Survivors Brace for Debris-Filled Mudslides

California Fire Survivors Brace for Debris-Filled Mudslides

Matt Simon

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