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Appalachians Against Pipelines

After more than 100 days up in the air, a small group of Virginia tree sitters are all that remains between natural gas developers and the completion of a 300-mile-long pipeline. Read more

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A crew of artists imagines a different Appalachia. Read more

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“I don’t think the Saudis would be conducting this level of atrocity if not for the support from the United States.” Read more

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The coastal plain, opened for oil drilling by the Trump Administration, is the birthplace and nursery for the Porcupine caribou herd, and land that the Gwich’in call, “The Sacred Place Where Life Begins.” Read more

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Brian Stansberry

The new acting administrator of the EPA—and former coal lobbyist—is easing rules that protect people who live near coal plants from toxic ash. Read more

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More Americans now work in the solar industry than in nukes and coal combined. In fact, more are working in California’s solar industry than are digging coal nationwide. So why are politicians propping up nonrenewable energy? Read more

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Safe drinking water sources in local communities across the country are threatened by EPA head Scott Pruitt’s move to deregulate coal ash storage. Power plants produced nearly 130 million tons of the toxic waste in 2014. Read more

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Annabelle Marcovici

Still saying “fuck no” to fossil fuels. Read more

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Activists defend their hometown, Lancaster Pennsylvania, in the hopes of stalling a pipeline that would run through neighbors' backyards. Read more

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Many Alaskan indigenous peoples depend on the Arctic Refuge. But there's a dangerous push to develop it. Read more

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US DOI

The specter of uranium mining exposes the true nature of the Trump Administration’s extractive agenda for public lands. Read more

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Annabelle Marcovici

A broad coalition of groups descend on Lincoln, Nebraska to protest TransCanada’s $8 billion Keystone XL Pipeline. Read more

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Mark Dixon

Carbon dividends could represent the most viable path toward taxing pollution and climate changing emissions in the United States, as well as the beginnings of a universal basic income. Read more

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The proposed pipeline would carry 760,000 barrels of tar sands per day through lakes, wild rice beds, and important Native treaty lands in northern Minnesota. Read more

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Evan Popp

The proposed line would replace beautiful mountain vistas with a large, industrial eyesore along one of our nation's most iconic trails. Read more

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Anne Lambelet

We're delighted to share some of Terry Tempest Williams's latest work. Read her lovely and heart-wrenching essay about the birthplace of conservation. Read more

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Bold Nebraska

Even as the Trump Administration aims to roll out the red carpet for the fossil fuel industry, resistance is rising on a number of fronts. There's much to do. Read more

Resist!

Trump’s new Secretary of Interior idolizes Teddy Roosevelt, but Zinke’s history reveals he’s in close company with the “great special interests” Roosevelt condemned. Read more

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