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settle up

Nearly $100 million is now headed to Flint to swap out old pipes.

Residents won't get the door-to-door water delivery they sought, but the city will get new copper pipes.

Bam!

Trump just took a sledgehammer to Obama’s climate legacy.

"Together we are going to start a new energy revolution," the president said before signing an order to boost old, dirty energy industries.

It’s official: Oil is making its way through the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Crude oil is now under North Dakota's Lake Oahe, in an area held sacred by the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes.

as the world burns

Trump’s environmental executive order is everything we feared.

Say goodbye to the Clean Power Plan, methane regulations, and so much more!

Deregulators, mount up!

That long-promised executive order rolling back Obama’s environmental regulations is on its way.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said to expect Trump to sign the directive tomorrow.

amazing

Keystone XL is approved. Apply now for 35 permanent pipeline jobs.

That's it.

The Leaden State

The lead poisoning of Flint’s children pales in comparison to rates found in parts of California.

In one section of Fresno, the rate of childhood lead poisoning is nearly three times higher than in the Michigan city.

Sad!

Major TV networks spent just 50 minutes on climate change — combined — last year.

That represents a dramatic, 66-percent drop from 2015.

A rolling Keystone gathers no moss

The Trump administration is about to officially OK the Keystone XL pipeline.

The State Department says it will approve a permit for TransCanada to build the tar-sands pipeline.