Pence family's failed gas stations cost taxpayers $20M+
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Pence family's failed gas stations cost taxpayers $20M+

Vice President Mike Pence turns nostalgic when he talks about growing up in small-town Columbus, Indiana, where his father helped build a Midwestern empire of gasoline stations.

For offshore wind aspirations to become reality, transmission hurdles must be cleared

Getting offshore wind power to electric consumers will require billions in upgrades to the electric grid and better regional planning.
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‘Tired of talking’: Advocates call on Legislature to address environmental justice issues

‘Tired of talking’: Advocates call on Legislature to address environmental justice issues

“I challenge you all to take time out of your routine for actionable items such as mutual aid efforts that help mitigate the impacts of living in an environmental justice area,“ David said.

Q&A: Environmentalist Bill McKibben on New Hampshire and the climate crisis

The Bulletin spoke with author and environmentalist Bill McKibben about the climate crisis in New Hampshire, the state’s role in addressing it, and why he believes biomass is a dumb way to do it.

Trouble in the tropics: The terrestrial insects of Brazil are in decline

A dearth of research leaves scientists mostly flying blind as to insect abundance and diversity in the tropics. But a new study identifies losses in Brazil of terrestrial species, while aquatic species seem to be holding steady.

A new eye on the deep sea

The developers of a new, easy-to-use, low-cost device are looking to make the deep sea accessible to everyone.
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The climate economy is about to explode

A new report suggests that the Inflation Reduction Act could be even bigger than Congress thinks.

A smoldering threat to wildland firefighters

Long COVID affects more than 16 million Americans, and firefighters are at increased risk of getting it.
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Chemical recycling grows  along with concerns of its impacts

Chemical recycling grows — along with concerns about its environmental impacts

Industry says chemical recycling could solve the plastic waste crisis, but environmental advocates and some lawmakers are skeptical.

Failure of the universities: The culture gap is now near lethal

Universities are failing us

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Shell's new petrochemical complex in southwestern Pennsylvania

The Titans of Plastic

Pennsylvania becomes the newest sacrifice zone for America’s plastic addiction.

Ruth Greenspan Bell: Wealth and the climate dilemma

Ruth Greenspan Bell: Wealth and the climate dilemma

Developing countries that increase their fossil fuel production are at a crossroads: securing their own long-term well-being or earning revenue to finance programs to support immediate economic growth.

Solving the climate crisis will help both ‘sacrifice zones’ and ‘cute’ puffins

Solving the climate crisis will help both ‘sacrifice zones’ and ‘cute’ puffins

Curbing pollution for families in Chicago calms the climatic conditions that drive fish away from puffins half a continent away.

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Good news: A good year for puffins and terns, despite climate change

A visit to a remote Maine island finds puffins and terns rebounding despite climate change

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