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WildEarth Guardians

The state’s famous green chiles may be hot for a whole new reason. Read more

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Independent Lens

In “Decade of Fire,”a South Bronx native puts an end to the narrative that blames the victims of ten years of urban conflagrations. Read more

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Brocken InaGlory

The campaign by local governments to break up and take over the utility could mark a turning point in the history of American energy. Read more

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Kretyen

In the Rosemont copper mine decision, a federal judge upended a long-abused law, sparing a beautiful valley and making way for better protections for public lands. Read more

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Master Sgt. Mark C. Olsen

Now is the time to renew and strengthen the national effort to prepare for growing coastal flood risks. Read more

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Jason Raish

Lawmakers are ramping up penalties for protesters who take the kind of drastic action needed to save the planet. Read more

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Revolution Messaging

As Imelda’s floodwaters drain from my hometown, I observe a discourse around Harvey’s two- year anniversary constrained by a presumed opposition between the needs of humanity and the forces of nature—as though the two were in mortal combat. Read more

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Meredith Beeson

As defenders of Honduran forests die, a drug trafficking trial opens in New York for the brother of the country’s president. Read more

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My liberal guilt gets activated not only about the jet fuel and single-use water bottles but also the fact that my mere presence is making the beautiful place I visit a little less beautiful. Read more

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As the Amazon burns, the terrifying parallels between the U.S. and Brazilian governments highlight the damage authoritarian leaders are doing. Read more

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The U.S. National Archives

As fossil-fuel workers lose their jobs today, the urgency of what climate activists call the “just transition” becomes all the more apparent. Read more

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“Environmental regulations are falling, industry guys are rising, and the Arctic is melting!” Read more

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Everywhere the Games nest—particularly the grander and more costly Summer Games—they bring a plague of debt, displacement, and hyper-militarization. Read more

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Edward Linley Sambourne

Suketu Mehta’s new book makes a compelling case for immigration as a form of reparations. Read more

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Harvesting legacies from Vermont's back-to-the-land movement. Read more

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Ostroff Law

The extraction of shale oil and natural gas, especially for export to other countries, is not worth the toll it’s taking on communities and the climate, according to a new report. Read more

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After “an incredible wake up call,” renewable energy advocates work to address long-term blind spots and build more inclusive environmental coalitions. Read more

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U.S. Geological Survey

While rivers will continue to overflow their banks, we can limit the damage and suffering that results. Read more

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