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‘We are still in’: Sen. Markey & US lawmakers stage anti-Trump revolt at UN...

“We’re here to tell the world that Donald Trump does not represent the majority view in our country, that overwhelmingly people do believe that the planet is dangerously warming and that human activity is causing it and that we have to do something about it.”

New study links osteoporosis to air pollution

“Air pollution continues to rise at an alarming rate, and affects economies and people’s quality of life; it is a public health emergency.”

People act where US fails on climate

If we are to have a livable future, we must act rapidly.

Jerry Brown lashes out at COP23 climate protesters: “Let’s put you in the ground”

Activists interrupted Brown at the U.N. climate conference calling to keep fossil fuels in the ground and pursue more radical solutions.

The unexpected ways fracking affects air pollution

Fracking has led to a large increase of hydrocarbon emissions in rural areas, reversing some regional air trends.

Denver becomes latest city to require green roofs

"This is a battle won against climate but the war doesn't stop here."

Climate denier Lamar Smith holds rare congressional hearing on geoengineering

“Geoengineering is not a silver bullet, and treating it as one could greatly increase already severe climate change risks.”

Monsanto ignored warnings about dicamba risks as far back as 2011

Monsanto steadfastly denies responsibility.

Wind turbines supplied 99% of Scotland electricity demand last month

Wind generated enough electricity to power 7.116 million homes, or about three times the number of Scottish households.