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How Australia’s ‘fever swamp’ of climate science denial is pushing a non-scandal about temperatures

Australia’s network of climate science deniers continue to grasp at straws.
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Puerto Rico faces ‘apocalyptic’ conditions: Humanitarian crisis grows for 3.4 million US citizens

“All the infrastructure has collapsed. Everything we had before the hurricane is beyond reach.”

Ohio communities face ‘voter suppression’ in push to rein in oil and gas development

Waterville shows what could be if these ballot initiatives are allowed a vote: a genuine face-off between the oil and gas industry and local communities.

General Motors to run Ohio, Indiana factories with 100% wind p​ower

“Technology is driving solutions for mobility and safety in our vehicles, as well as the new energy solutions that build them.”

Nicaragua to sign Paris agreement, leaving Trump alone with Syria

Ortega's move leaves Trump in a two-member club with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, one of the world's most brutal dictators.

UN environment chief: Make polluters, not taxpayers, pay for destroying nature

A "pollution-free planet" is achievable but the world must take immediate action to meet that goal.

Exclusive: Here are the energy companies represented by Trump’s nominee to head FERC

The newest FERC appointees Neil Chatterjee and Rob Powelson have ties to fossil fuel companies and utilities.

How Monsanto manufactured ‘outrage’ at chemical cancer classification it expected

“Glyphosate is suspect… Monsanto’s argument is unacceptable.”

These companies support climate action, so why are they funding opposition to it?

A tale of Paris climate agreement supporters, political spending and unintended consequences.

Are hazardous vapors seeping into your home?

The movement of underground contaminants into buildings is attracting increased scrutiny from health experts, advocates and agencies.