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Food

How one Oregon town got its fish back

Can the fishermen of Port Orford work toward more sustainable stewardship of the ocean -- whether they believe in climate change or not?

Isla Bonita

The little island that could is going 100 percent renewable

El Hierro stands mere months away from its all-renewable goal, thanks to a wind farm that stores excess energy in a connected water turbine system.

MALIGNANT GROWTH

No, economic growth and climate stability do not go hand-in-hand

The carefully worded New Climate Economy report says that we can take climate action and grow the economy too. Avoiding catastrophic warming is a separate issue, apparently.

Cities

Cities are lapping countries on climate action

Mayors and municipal governments are doing a lot, and can do a lot more, even while national governments are pathetic laggards.

Climate & Energy

Antarctic ice melt causes small shift in gravity

Gravity — yes, gravity — is the latest victim of climate change in Antarctica.

Food

Why Vermont is doing maple syrup right

How this farm in Northern Vermont is building a better food system.

Climate & Energy

The U.N.’s climate message is as tall as a skyscraper, and it’s gorgeous

The United Nations doesn't want the world to forget about climate change. And it's making big, flashy statements about it.

Climate & Energy

How solar can become the world’s largest source of electricity

Even the stodgy International Energy Agency is scrambling to keep up with the good news on solar panels.

Climate & Energy

Naomi Klein on how fossil fuels threaten our ability to have healthy children

Why oil spills, fracking, and climate change pose a special danger to the youngest members of all species.

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