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This company is turning plastic waste into public furniture

The New Raw's project, "Print Your City!" calls on citizens to support turning their discarded plastic into furniture by combining 3D printing with recycling.

You now have more time to protest national park fee hikes

"Our voices must be heard and we encourage the public to continue speaking out."

Costa Rica runs 300 days on renewable energy

Costa Rica has achieved something incredible and shown the rest of the world what’s possible with renewable energy.

Norway’s central bank proposes divesting from fossil fuels

The Norwegian central bank's proposal blazes a trail to fossil fuel divestment for the rest of the world.

Nebraska approves Keystone XL pipeline

Nebraska law barred regulators from considering spills or pipeline safety in its decision-making process, because who cares about the environment anyways, right?
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Tom Goldtooth: Carbon trading is “fraudulent” scheme to privatize air & forests to permit...

Chevron has said it will purchase carbon credits to offset increased pollution from a recent expansion of the Richmond refinery.

Landmark youth climate lawsuit heads to federal appeals court

"We look forward to the opportunity to argue this case before the Ninth Circuit so that we can move quickly to trial."

Keystone Pipeline leaks in South Dakota, spilling over 200,000 gallons of oil

“Enough is enough. Pipelines leak – it's not a question of 'if', but 'when.'”

Trump’s climate COP-out and the movement it has unleashed

The U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement is a catastrophe, but it has inspired a whirlwind of bottom-up climate activism.

Trump administration attempts to delay findings on pesticides

Is the pesticide industry running Trump's EPA?