California ready to take Trump to court over car pollution waiver
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California ready to take Trump to court over car pollution waiver

The president announced Wednesday that he's revoking the state's legal authority to set its own auto emissions standards.

Crypto crash unlikely to reduce its climate impact, expert says

Enormous energy consumption has barely reduced despite $1tn being wiped off the sector.

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How taking a closer look at your family tree can help you get to grips with climate change

Understanding how our ancestors may have benefited from industrialisation and colonialism could help us become more climate-friendly citizens.

Sports in Norway, like skiing and bobsledding, face threat from warming Arctic

Skiing, hiking and dogsledding will never be the same in Svalbard, Norway, which has warmed more than twice as quickly as the rest of the Arctic. The islands may be isolated, but the changes aren’t.
Climate change is making young people question if it's ethical to have children
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Climate change is making young people question if it's ethical to have children

Young people around the world are suffering from anxiety and stress relating to global warming. For Kansas Citians in their 20s and 30s, the future of the planet is becoming central to their decision about whether or not to have children.

A rocket scientist's solution for your moldy strawberries

A California-based startup is pioneering a new solution to sad greens: a thermodynamic sticker that captures condensation inside your produce box.

How London plans to 'rewild' the city

The work included releasing a pair of eponymously named critters—Sigourney and Justin Beaver—in a northern borough this spring.

How ailing strip malls could be a green fix for U.S. housing crisis

Urban designer Peter Calthorpe has a plan for shuttered and financially troubled strip malls that dot the suburban landscape: Convert malls into housing that would be part of green communities where people could be closer to work and ditch their cars.

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How historical racist redlining practices are linked to higher exposures to oil and gas wells.

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Our mothers' gifts: Readers respond

We asked you to share one "big lesson" your mother gave. And you responded

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Dykstra: A corpse in a barrel in a drying reservoir

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Gifts from our mothers

What one "big gift" did your mother give you? We want your story.

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Earth Day 2022: Amidst the crises, don’t forget the beauty

Words and images from our founder, Pete Myers, on how bird photography keeps him connected to and curious about a planet in peril.

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Public health in Pennsylvania ignored during fracking rush: Report

A new report outlines the alleged missteps in protecting Pennsylvanians from the health impacts of fracking.

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