We’re drinking more water. How to hold It: That’s the question.

Americans are drinking more water. How best to contain it: That’s the burning question.
Senator Whitehouse & climate change

Senator Whitehouse puts climate change on budget committee’s agenda

For more than a decade, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse gave daily warnings about the mounting threat of climate change. Now he has a powerful new perch.
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How to protect your financial life amid extreme weather chaos

The disaster in Hawaii is just the latest reminder to get our financial houses in order. Here’s what you should do.
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Mat Hutchison: Exploring climate change on first dates: Here's why I do it

I have discovered that talking about how global warming affects our lives serves as a litmus test to understand a person’s broader beliefs and behaviors. It reveals whether they perceive the world in black and white, how they view their role in their community, and their level of engagement with science and systemic inequalities.

Fire Island coastal vulnerability
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It took $1.7 billion to fix Fire Island’s beaches. One storm wrecked them.

The barrier island off the coast of New York is more than a vacation community. It is what stands between rising seas and one of the most densely populated coastal regions in the country.
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Biden administration bets big on giant carbon-sucking vacuums

Projects in Texas and Louisiana will become a global testing ground for giant machines that aim to slow global warming by vacuuming carbon from the air.

A growing movement looks to end oil drilling in the Amazon

Activists and Indigenous groups used a summit of South American leaders to highlight a campaign to phase-out drilling in the world’s largest tropical rainforest.

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Marathon Petroleum y una ciudad de Texas muestran una  potencial crisis de comunicaciones sobre sustancias químicas

Marathon Petroleum y una ciudad de Texas muestran una potencial crisis de comunicaciones sobre sustancias químicas

En los últimos tres años, Marathon ha violado repetidamente la ley de Aire Limpio y tuvo tres emergencias en el semestre de febrero a julio de 2023.

WATCH: How Marathon Petroleum and one Texas city show the potential for a chemical communication crisis

WATCH: How Marathon Petroleum and one Texas city show the potential for a chemical communication crisis

Marathon in Texas City has repeatedly violated the Clean Air Act and had three emergencies in the span of a six month period.

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ER visits for heart problems plummeted after Pittsburgh coal processor shut down

Levels of one highly-toxic pollutant fell by 90% and ER visits for heart problems decreased by 42% immediately after the shutdown.

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Should hospitals be next to divest from fossil fuels?

Universities, foundations and the Church of England already made the move.

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Pittsburgh-area hospitals tackling climate emissions, pollution and waste

“We realized early on that we need to be part of the work, not just make an ask of the system.”

How utilities’ fossil fuel investments are driving up rates for the most vulnerable

How utilities’ fossil fuel investments are driving up rates for the most vulnerable

A proposed rate hike on gas in Chicago highlights a troubling nationwide trend.

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