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POWER PLAY

This hockey legend wants to put dirty energy in the penalty box

Twenty years ago, Mike Richter helped the New York Rangers win the Stanley Cup. Now he wants to rack up wins for the climate.

Living

A new rallying cry for the big game: Save the mascot!

Many of the critters that adorn our T-shirts and fan hats are in serious trouble. Here's what we can do about it.

What the Frack?

Frackers are dumping toxic waste into California’s groundwater

Billions of gallons of contaminated wastewater are threatening the state's shrinking water supply.

Food

Ben & Jerry’s is fighting GMOs with fudge brownie ice cream

The do-gooder ice-cream makers are supporting the GMO-labeling initiative in Oregon with a "Food Fight" flavor.

Climate & Energy

Alaska’s stranded walruses face a new threat: oil drillers

Turns out melting ice isn't the only thing the walruses have to worry about.

Climate & Energy

What methane and Harrison Ford have in common

They’re both fugitives, and only the feds can track them down.

Politics

Republicans flail about looking for alternative to climate denialism

The GOP position on climate change is unstable, both intellectually and politically, and it's getting ever more awkward for candidates to stick to it.

CALIFORNIA LOVE

California is No. 1 in prepping for climate change

According to a nifty new tool, California is out front with climate adaptation. Where you at, New York?

Whole Hoods

Can Whole Foods serve Southside Chicago’s soul?

Whole Foods is breaking ground in Southside Chicago, but can it also break down issues of gentrification and discrimination?

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