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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Communities in high-traffic corridors need trucks to stop polluting their air—and they need it now.
Russia is financing its invasion of Ukraine with oil and gas sales—and many of the same nations horrified by its actions are its customers.
The U.N. panel’s latest report paints a picture of the grim effects of global warming—and underscores the need for urgent, transformative adaptation.
We’re keeping track of the latest news from Glasgow as government and climate leaders hash out how to rein in runaway warming.
Here’s how a sweeping reef restoration plan in the Florida Keys hopes to transform an ecological disaster into a great American comeback story.
There’s no going back, but there is a way forward: Act now and go big.
The $2 trillion it would invest in the country’s infrastructure and workforce will help the United States recover from the past while preparing for the future.
To help prepare coastlines for the worsening effects of the climate crisis, scientists need more historical sea level records from the Global South—and they’re looking everywhere, from libraries to attics.
It’s urgent. It’s ambitious. But most of all, it’s totally doable.
A top environmental lawyer, Mallory is the first African-American to oversee the system that keeps the public informed about projects—and pollution—in their communities.
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