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We explain Keystone XL, the pipeline that just won’t die

Trump revived the controversial tar-sands pipeline. What happens next?

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What Trump’s Interior pick means for federal lands and national parks

Ryan Zinke will oversee 500 million acres, or 1/5 of the entire United States.

Watch these veterans explain why they went to Standing Rock

“I didn’t go to war three times to see this happen to my own people on my own soil."

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Mardi Gras beads make a much bigger mess than you’d imagine

The trinkets leave a toxic trail from the Middle East to China to New Orleans. Here's how we could make Mardi Gras beads better.

States are trying to bring science denial to the classroom

Bills in three states may launch an open season on facts.

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Here’s what the world’s biggest solar farm looks like from space

Satellite imagery shows how the complex has boomed since 2013.

Why the People’s Climate March matters to people of color like me

We don't have to see this moment as a crisis. It's an opportunity to start building a diverse, national movement to defend our environment.

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Watch the ever-growing rift in Antarctica’s fourth biggest ice shelf

The crack now stretches more than 100 miles in length.

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How a climate-friendly flour company built a flourishing market

Portland-based Shepherd’s Grain sells not only high-quality flour. It also sells the story of no-till farming.

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Nearly 8,000 U.S. public schools are plagued by toxic air

Across the country, kids attend schools so close to busy roads that traffic exhaust poses a health risk.

Coders to the rescue for NASA’s Earth science data

They’re archiving data and keeping track of what’s being removed.

The unsolved mystery of an ocean protector’s disappearance

185 environmental advocates died in 2015. One was an American named Keith Davis.

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