Climate Change Deniers Aren’t ...

Jun 19, 2019 by

When they go to court, fossil fuel companies don’t dare question the science.

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Renewables are winning the eco...

Jun 18, 2019 by

By 2030, wind and solar will “undercut existing coal and gas almost everywhere.”

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A changing tide

Jun 18, 2019 by

Florida’s summer of slime turned its politics upside down.

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NOAA Is Looking for Beaches to...

Jun 18, 2019 by

The smell is “not too bad.”

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Names and locations of the Top...

Jun 18, 2019 by

[Translate] “The earth is not dying, it is being killed, and those who are killing it have names and addresses.” – Utah Phillips By...

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The Next Wave of Climate Refug...

Jun 18, 2019 by

“We were so terrified with the water coming into the house and the sound of the storm.

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DIY: How to start a community ...

Jun 18, 2019 by

Urban food gardens are popping up all over the world, and with good cause: as food prices continue to rise and the very real issues of GMO contamination become more apparent, many people are realizing how important it is to be self-sufficient as far as food production is concerned.

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Innovative window solar charge...

Jun 18, 2019 by

Recently launched on Kickstarter, the Window Solar Charger was conceived from the idea that everyone should be able to generate their own clean energy.

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Upcycled plastic bottles are u...

Jun 18, 2019 by

Innovative design start-up Six Miles Across London Limited (small.) has just unveiled an emergency shelter made almost entirely out of upcycled plastic bottles.

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World’s first upcycled high-ri...

Jun 18, 2019 by

Danish architecture firms Lendager Group and TREDJE NATUR want to prove that building tall doesn’t need to come at the cost of the environment or human comfort.

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U.S. Sanctions: Economic Sabot...

Jun 17, 2019 by

Whether in Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, North Korea or one of the 20 countries under the boot of U.S. sanctions, the Trump administration is using its economic weight to try to exact regime change or major policy changes in countries around the globe

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High-income countries are driv...

Jun 17, 2019 by

Consumer demand for meat, soy, palm oil, and more has resulted in 60% of primate species facing extinction.

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The bitter legacy of the East ...

Jun 17, 2019 by

Residents of an EPA superfund site have struggled since being pushed out of their homes.

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Customers to demand Kroger sto...

Jun 17, 2019 by

For National Pollinator Week, shoppers will push grocery giant to help stop “bee apocalypse”

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Thawing Alaskan permafrost thr...

Jun 17, 2019 by

A city in western Alaska has lost a huge stretch of riverbank to erosion that may turn it into an island, amid renewed warnings from scientists over the havoc triggered by the accelerating melting of the state’s ice and permafrost.

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Virginia ban on uranium mining...

Jun 17, 2019 by

The largest-known U.S. uranium deposit will remain firmly under ground after the Supreme Court on Monday upheld Virginia’s ban on mining the radioactive metal, rebuffing a challenge backed by President Donald Trump’s administration to the 1982 moratorium.

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Temperatures leap 40 degrees a...

Jun 17, 2019 by

And it may be messing with our weather.

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Building awareness of architec...

Jun 17, 2019 by

A new understanding and greater awareness of our interaction with the natural environment—and just how significant it is—is helping to open people’s eyes to what it means to build responsibly and sustainably.

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Decentralized Microgridding Ca...

Jun 16, 2019 by

“The new approach could even pave the way for 100 percent self-sufficiency in power, heat, and water.”

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How horrors in Sudan undermine...

Jun 16, 2019 by

In relations between allies, common interests are important. So are common values. The Sudan military’s violent crackdown on civilian protesters has exposed a sharp split between the U.S. and its Gulf Arab allies on both fronts.

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College of Architecture &...

Jun 16, 2019 by

Edward Mazria is an internationally recognized architect, author, researcher, and educator.

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Ed Mazria & Francesca Des...

Jun 16, 2019 by

The Next Built Environment, Today

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‘Tame the nightmare̵...

Jun 15, 2019 by

Bill McKibben, a U.S. author and leading figure in global climate activism, has challenged adults to join a youth-led general strike in September, saying bold action may yet prevent civilization being cut off “at the knees.”

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White House Eliminates a Third...

Jun 14, 2019 by

WASHINGTON (June 14, 2019)—The White House just issued an executive order directing that federal agencies eliminate one-third of their federal advisory committees, many of which provide vital scientific advice across the government on everything from air and water pollution to drug safety and foodborne illnesses.

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In Exxon Climate Fraud Case, J...

Jun 14, 2019 by

The oil giant is accused of trying to deceive investors about how it was managing economic risks posed by climate change.

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Michael E. Mann took climate c...

Jun 14, 2019 by

In 2011, renowned scientist Michael E. Mann sued a Canadian think tank that published an interview suggesting his work on climate change was fraud.

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‘Recycling Is Like a Band-Aid ...

Jun 14, 2019 by

What was most compelling to Hutton, however, was that Liboiron wasn’t just pondering changes to the scientific method on a theoretical level—she was living them.

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Mental Health Problems—The Sad...

Jun 13, 2019 by

College campuses are witnessing record levels of student mental health problems, ranging from depression and anxiety disorders to self-injurious behaviors and worse.

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In a ‘Recycled’ House, Details...

Jun 13, 2019 by

Few homeowners would want the shapes of fungus, germs or mold to freckle their walls or ceilings.

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A New Report Says the Pentagon...

Jun 13, 2019 by

The GAO accused the military of not sufficiently assessing the risks of rising seas, droughts, and wildfires.

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