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7 celebrities we’d like to see #MakeAmericaGreenAgain

This is a crucial election, and the environment is watching.

Training Pays Off

Does anything good come out of the Olympics?

The Olympics bring their host cities new stadiums, trains, and glistening abs — but which of those benefit them in the long run?

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A good ban is hard to find

Is a fracking ban a good idea?

Calls for a complete prohibition on fracking are getting stronger, but not all climate advocates are on board.

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California cap-and-trade program faces major hurdles

State lawmakers passed an ambitious climate bill, but it might be undermined.

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Climate change will cost millennials more than student debt or the Great Recession

Young people will be $187,000 poorer thanks to our rapidly changing planet.

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Soda tax might be working better than expected

Berkeley residents are drinking about two fewer sugary drinks per week since the tax started, according to a new study.

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The uncertain, hopeful future of the National Park Service

"The goal of our centennial is not to scare everyone to death about climate change."

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Stop a selfie, save a life: Words of advice for the modern wilderness tourist

A little park safety awareness wouldn't kill you.

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The nearest national park could be just a city block away

The folks with trees, mountains, and bison on their badges have decided it’s high time to serve city dwellers.

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Texas, keystone of the pro-life movement, sure is seeing a lot of maternal deaths

A new study shows Texas' maternal mortality rate doubling between 2010 and 2014, which the authors deem "highly unusual."

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Police are finally catching cars that veer too close to bicyclists

11 cities are using this nifty sonar device to measure the distance between bikes and cars.

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