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chalk it up

In Greenland, abandoned oil drums turn into fleeting art

Julia Edith Rigby was fascinated by trash near a Greenland village -- so she made it into art.

Dumb and dumber

Coal-loving Wyoming legislators are pushing a bill to outlaw wind and solar.

Nine Republicans want to bar utilities from using electricity produced by large-scale renewable energy projects.

dumpster fire, meet hose

Here are three reasons the world didn’t completely suck this week.

Washington State blocks another oil terminal, Obama saves some bees, and Jane Fonda throws some maple-syrup shade.

Dodge City

Trump’s pick for CIA director tried to weasel out of questions on climate change.

New California Sen. Kamala Harris grilled Mike Pompeo about his climate views during a confirmation hearing. He didn't want to play ball.

zinke or swim

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.

Dirty business

The day after VW execs were indicted, Fiat Chrysler has been accused of cheating on diesel emissions.

The EPA says Fiat Chrysler installed software designed to hide excess emissions in more than 100,000 diesel vehicles.

boom and bust

This could be the end of Canadian tar sands

Economic factors are sucking the life out of the country's oil industry.

The importance of being Ernest

The Department of Energy has taken a last-minute step to protect scientists from Trump.

Outgoing Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz released an updated policy intended to "enshrine the independence of the scientific process."

Shall we sundance?

Sundance is shining a spotlight on climate change this year.

The film festival will feature 14 movies and projects related to the environment, including "An Inconvenient Sequel."