Andrew Sheng: Are natural disasters man-made? It’s hard to deny when the effects of climate change are all around us
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Andrew Sheng: Are natural disasters man-made? It’s hard to deny when the effects of climate change are all around us

Fom increasingly intense hurricanes to regional landslides and flooding, it's clear our actions are effecting the environment. But, it's also evident that there are ways for us to avert disaster and change course.

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Does extreme weather threaten the hazardous waste sites that border Lake Michigan?
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Does extreme weather threaten the hazardous waste sites that border Lake Michigan?

New report highlights concern that intense storms, high lake levels may put nuclear and contaminated waste storage facilities at risk.
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Peter Dykstra: American Invasive Species Hall of Fame, part 1

In recent years, Atlanta and Charlotte, N.C., have done battle over two of the biggest Hall of Fame-less sports juggernauts. Atlanta got the College Football Hall of Fame; Charlotte snagged the NASCAR Hall.

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Biomass energy may soon lose its green label in the EU
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Biomass energy may soon lose its green label in the EU

In Europe, wood pellets fire power plants and home furnaces in what’s become a multibillion-dollar-a-year industry. It’s expanded because the European Union labels pellets as renewable. But environmentalists say that the label is misguided.
Op-Ed:  There’s a simple way to unite everyone behind climate justice – and it’s within our power
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Op-Ed:  There’s a simple way to unite everyone behind climate justice – and it’s within our power

Cancelling poor nations’ historic debts would allow their governments to channel money into climate adaptation, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot
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Colorado is the first state to ban PFAS in oil and gas extraction

The toxic “forever chemicals” are used in fracking wells across the country.

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Peter Dykstra: Gun and climate change delusions

Millions here suffer from twin hallucinations: Guns don’t cause our mass shootings, and the climate isn’t changing.

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