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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Public health, disaster relief, home energy bills—every way you slice it, spending goes down.
The upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case is nothing less than a judgment on the Clean Water Act itself.
From lead plumbing to a lack of air-conditioning, schools across the United States are jeopardizing the health and safety of students, teachers, and staff.
As climate change continues to progress, workers don’t have years to wait for federal rules. So local advocates are helping states create their own.
The NFIP has made strides in reducing risk and promoting equity. But it’s still in hot water.
What the West Virginia v. EPA decision means for the agency, climate action, and the future of federal protections.
From charging stations to charging equipment, here’s everything you need to know.
Protecting the boreal is not only about saving trees and wildlife, says NRDC’s Jennifer Skene. It’s also about the people who’ve been living on the land for millennia and the urgent fight against climate change.
It’s a complex problem, but a combination of smart fisheries management and consumer vigilance can encourage more sustainable practices.
By bringing back just 20 large mammalian species to landscapes across the globe, scientists say we can make huge dents in the biodiversity and climate crises. Here’s how.
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