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Climate & Energy

Pipeline companies will get a $7 billion tax break through 2016

Sequestration? What's that?

Politics

Environmental, conservative, media organizations rank our lovable Congress

Turns out the House kind of sucked? We're looking into this.

Climate & Energy

Louisiana may see the highest-rising seas in the world

Meaning that New Orleans is already well into a race for survival.

Politics

Meet Ernest Moniz, who may or may not be the next secretary of energy

Reaction from environmentalists has been mixed, to put it lightly.

How the junk food industry has encouraged us to eat ourselves to death

The tricks of the processed-food trade are horrifying, but they might also hold the key to marketing healthier stuff, a New York Times Magazine article suggests.

Food

Farmers markets stand to benefit the poor the most

Low-income shoppers are actually the real farmers-market power users, according to a new report.

Climate & Energy

Oil company executive swears at analyst, tries to get recording off the internet

So, here it is!

Food

International cops are on the pirate fishing case

INTERPOL will for the first time ever discuss policing illegal and destructive fisheries.

Living

We are learning mosquitoes are basically invincible

We share this news during the winter in order to prevent a panic.

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