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Training Pays Off

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Dan on the Street

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no smokey without fire

Forest fires may be natural, but that doesn’t make them popular

Our new policy to let forest fires burn is inspired by nature. Unfortunately, nature doesn’t always behave as we’d like.

(Fr)ack

Anti-fracking activists hit a roadblock in Colorado

The secretary of state says two initiatives to crack down on fracking didn't get enough signatures to make the ballot. Activists disagree.

Human/Nature

Your favorite national park is about to get a lot hotter

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sound bites

The complicated science of organic food, in one awesome podcast

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global weirding

The warmer it gets, the more it snows in Antarctica. Huh?

Counterintuitively, a warmer planet means more snow on the Southern Continent. And that's a good thing.

biosphere the worst

Trump’s campaign chief once ran a major climate research center

Twenty years before campaigning for a climate denier, Stephen Bannon had a different tune.

planet out

See how Earth is fast approaching a red hot mess

This is a terrifyingly clear visualization of our warming planet.

Men Again

Celebrate National Women’s Equality Day by turning down the goddamn A/C

This is your annual reminder that we’re living in a man’s world — and we’re feeling it most at the office.

Bend Grover backwards

Grover Norquist, conservative anti-tax crusader, goes to Burning Man — again

The D.C. insider feels right at home at the countercultural desert festival.

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