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Behold, the death of memes at the hand of the fracking lobby

The natural gas industry is attempting to woo presumptively dimwitted millennials with memes, listicles, and quizzes.

flash forward

Maryland’s flash flood is a sign of what the future has in store

Ellicott City was drenched with six inches of rain in just two hours.

The Movement for Black Lives calls for fossil fuel divestment

The group's new platform identifies solutions to address environmental racism.

The poll shebang

Many young voters don’t see a difference between Clinton and Trump on climate

New polling makes the case that Democrats should highlight how they're different from Republicans on climate change and clean energy.

Slick

Industry events left an oily sheen on the Democratic convention

Activists say panels sponsored by the American Petroleum Institute sullied the Democratic Party's gathering.

preach

For this black church, supporting climate action is a no-brainer

Climate change lessons during Sunday school? It's already happening.

Olympians prepare for a “petri dish of pathogens”

If Rio's waters weren't cleaned up for Olympic athletes, how can we expect they'll be cleaned up for the city's actual residents?

deal with it

Hate crappy trade deals? This free concert is for you.

Talib Kweli, Tom Morello, and more are rocking against the TPP.

This bites

Thanks, climate change, for all the extra mosquito bites — oh, and the Zika

The length of mosquito season is increasing in cities around the U.S.