Originals

History will record that Abraham Browning first christened New Jersey "The Garden State" in 1876.

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"Young people are recognizing that the issues that we're inheriting are ours now. Like, the inheritance process just got significantly shorter because of COVID."

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The American environmental movement, and environmental politics in general, are in middle age.

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Appalachia's fracking boom has failed to deliver on promises of jobs and benefits to local economies, according to a new study.

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Gina McCarthy, President Biden's Director of the Office of Domestic Climate Policy, has her work cut out for her.

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Though frigid temperatures, snow storms, and COVID-19 hospitalizations are sweeping the U.S. now, spring—and hope—is on the horizon.

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The UK will host the next round of United Nations Climate talks November in Glasgow. Young people are fed up with empty words and inaction on climate change – and rightfully so.

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A landmark global review of economics and biodiversity finds our global economies are "embedded within nature." Widespread failure to recognize that truth, the study found, endangers livelihoods, well-being, and the prosperity of future generations.

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As we gradually work our way out of the pandemic with the development and distribution of vaccines, what does our evolving success tell us about the possibilities of resolving the climate change crisis?

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I've been thinking about how the precarious state of American politics will guide climate policy.

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The voice of environmental justice, once lonely in the wilderness of systemic racism, is growling like a tiger and prowling like a panther in the halls of power, helping shape President Biden's cabinet with nominees pledging to restore environmental and public health protections dismantled by the previous administration.

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Hope you're enjoying America's first weekend under Joe Biden. Is it too soon for a little Trump-era nostalgia?

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HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, Mass.—Bob Leverett walked away from the trunk, looking up through the canopy, trying to get eyes on the crown.

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The new year wasn't yet a week old when we learned that the beginning of 2021 is going to feel a lot like the 52 weeks of misery that was 2020.

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What the hell just happened?

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On a week where an attempted Capitol takeover shook the U.S. to its core, I thought it fitting to look back at some prophetic words from the man who famously crooned, "what's going on?"

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EHN's Pittsburgh reporter Kristina Marusic recently appeared on the podcast In This Climate to discuss the impacts of fracking in southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond.

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Here in Georgia, 2021 begins on January 5, because we won't find out until then who our two U.S. Senators are.

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