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For some ocean creatures, infectious disease is growing amid a changing climate.

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President Biden's Wednesday night speech before the House and Senate generally drew praise from the pundit class.

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Out of the airplane window I saw a smoke plume in the distance towering thousands of feet above the burning forest floor.

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With the U.S. back in the Paris Agreement, and with governments across the country evaluating how they can cut carbon emissions, a question remains about one contentious "carbon neutral" energy source: wood pellets.

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In April 1991, public radio listeners got a unique new show: A one-hour environmental newsmagazine called Living on Earth.

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This day last year, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, was supposed to be complete with international summits, events, and celebrations.

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I hope like me you're counting the hours till this Thursday, April 22, the 52nd observance of Earth Day.

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To prevent pipes from freezing, set the thermostat in your house no lower than 55°F, an article tells me.

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One month after publication of EHN.org's groundbreaking "Fractured" investigation, lawmakers, civic groups and journalists are pulling our findings into news coverage, community actions, and calls for policy change.

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Virginia Wasserberg is a lifelong Republican, a deeply conservative home-schooling mom from Southeast Virginia.

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I've been a member of a worthy non-profit, The Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ), since one year after its 1991 founding.

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Systemic racism and inequity has always run as a powerful undercurrent through environmental and climate change impacts.

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Within the past decade, those working on the frontlines of marine health have treated an unprecedented number of animals poisoned by harmful algal blooms.

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By 2050, many of climate change's worst projected impacts could be fully upon us—or fully upon our descendants.

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Since 1960 about 21 percent of global agriculture production, including livestock, tree farming, and traditional crops such as corn and soybeans, has been negatively impacted by climate change, according to a new study.

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Journalists are reliably fond of two things: 1) Arbitrary ways to grade politicians, like the "100 days in office" meme; and 2) scooping the competition.

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On the heels of an Environmental Health News (EHN) study, 35 members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate have issued a public letter calling on state Governor Tom Wolf to take "immediate action in response to the ongoing harm" from fracking.

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This is part 2 of our 4-part series, "Fractured," an investigation of fracking chemicals in the air, water, and people of western Pennsylvania.

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