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In an interview with Grist, Mustafa Ali says proposed cuts will leave many victims, including vets and young people.
Trump revived the controversial tar-sands pipeline. What happens next?
Ryan Zinke will oversee 500 million acres, or 1/5 of the entire United States.
“I didn’t go to war three times to see this happen to my own people on my own soil."
"I know that you guys kind of laugh at us, but we’re winning."
“Water is life” has become a protest anthem, but why?
This signals the U.S. will play a more passive role in international climate actions.
It’s missing an area the size of California and Texas combined.
The world overestimated the need for the doomed fossil fuel.
The emerging green leaders on this year’s Grist 50 are solving the world’s toughest challenges.
Neil Gorsuch has a record of blocking environmental suits.
And Trump's EPA is unlikely to act.
“It literally will make people sick,” a former EPA official said.
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