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How Guantanamo Bay could be reborn as an ocean science powerhouse

A radical plan could turn the U.S. detention center into a leading marine conservation site.

The world’s energy supply relies on water. Guess what we’re running low on?

Hydropower and thermoelectric power provide about 98 percent of the world's electricity, and both rely heavily on water.

Coal company paid its execs $8 million in bonuses just before filing for bankruptcy

Big Coal may be dying, but its CEOs are doing just fine.

Republicans and Democrats spread the blame around at Flint water crisis hearing

A GOP lawmaker asks, "Why do we even need an EPA?"

Way more Americans are worried about climate change

Weird weather may be spurring increased concern about global warming, a new poll says.

House Science Chair launches new attack on climate scientists

Texas Rep. Lamar Smith goes after NOAA because of its study contradicting one of his favorite denier talking points.

Trump endorsed by Florida’s climate-denying governor

Rick Scott finds he has a lot in common with Donald Trump.

Venezuela sends country on forced vacation after hydroelectric power dries up

The shutdown applies to schools, government buildings, and most of the private sector.

Huzzah! The economy keeps growing while energy emissions stay flat

It's more evidence that there doesn't have to be a tradeoff between the economy and the environment.