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The political, media, and community response to our Fractured investigation

One month after publication of's groundbreaking "Fractured" investigation, lawmakers, civic groups and journalists are pul...
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Native communities confront painful choice: Move away, or succumb to rising waters?

Throughout Indian Country, where cultures are tied to land and water, plans to relocate are under way as the climate crisis worsens.
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These people are losing their gods to climate change

As Uganda's mountainous ice caps melt, ethnic groups are losing the traditional belief systems that have sustained them for thousands of yea...
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How the American Jobs Plan could fight climate change

The details in President Biden's proposed $2 trillion infrastructure plan have a lot to do with protecting the environment. There's a n...
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Climate change is setting us up for a terrible wildfire season; it's also killing off rare California elk

So far in 2021, parts of the North Bay near Santa Rosa are without nearly 20 inches of normal yearly rainfall, leading to concerns of another hel...
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California is greenlighting oil wells linked to groundwater pollution

The impact of underground injection wells on aquifers is not well understood, but the state continues to allow their proliferation.
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NFTs are shaking up the art world. Are they also fueling climate change?

Making the digital artworks requires colossal amounts of computing power, and that means greenhouse gases.
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Pacific heat wave had lasting impacts on Gulf of Alaska marine species

Some fish, like certain populations of herring, are rebounding more rapidly. But taken altogether, the data paints the picture of an ecosystem st...
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Burning pig poop fumes doesn’t solve anything

The Biden administration supports biofuels. But a Smithfield project in North Carolina shows that converting hog waste to energy won’t addr...
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Tom Stacey: Polluting SUVs will be on roads for the next two decades – what should we do with them?

SUVs accounted for 7% of the European market in 2009. Today, it's almost 40%.
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Driven by industry, more states are passing tough laws aimed at pipeline protesters

Bills to increase penalties for "impeding" the operations of a pipeline or power plant—in many cases elevating the offense to a f...
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The moms who are battling climate change

A new initiative seeks to tap into mothers’ concern for the world their children are inheriting.
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