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Brazilian lawmakers funded by donors guilty of environmental crimes: Report
Nearly 50 percent of Brazil’s lower house of congress received political donations from companies and individuals who committed environmental crimes, raising questions about influence peddling.
Climate change may mean more spring snowstorms in the future
Expect more extreme — and weird — weather.
Designing marine protected areas in a changing climate
How can vulnerable marine species be protected when climate change is a reality?
In San Francisco’s Big Oil lawsuit, climate science gets a day in court
San Francisco and Oakland are suing oil companies for money to protect against sea level rise.
Spending bill rejects Trump’s proposed EPA cut
The $1.3 trillion government-wide spending bill released late Wednesday rejects President Trump’s proposal to slash the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) budget by 31 percent.
GOP karma in West Virginia
If a man who spent a year in prison for violating mine safety standards wins the Republican Senate primary, it would be just what the party deserves.
Carl Lindner: The myth of clean coal
Coal causes disease and death. We Energies should switch to clean energy.
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Borrowing GOP Playbook, democratic states sue the government and rack up wins
Egypt’s Nile River pressured by population growth, rising sea level
New sea level rise prediction tool coming to South Florida
Canada’s outdoor rinks are melting. So is a way of life
A contentious debate: Green energy vs. green space