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Peter Dykstra: The good news that gets buried by the bad
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Peter Dykstra: The good news that gets buried by the bad

On the environment beat, maybe it’s right that the bad news dominates. But the good news is out there, too.

Habitat loss. Climate change and its impacts. Mass extinctions. Pollution and its impacts. Every once in a while, maybe it’s a good idea for someone like me to shut up and talk about the victories – even if they’re small. Here are but a few.

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What is environmental health?

Examining a massive influence on our health: the environment.

We've been reporting on environmental health for 20 years. But what is environmental health? You've got questions, and we have answers.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Solar heats up in Western Pa.
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Solar heats up in Western Pa.

State and local governments should streamline this encouraging development, allowing solar panels on sub-prime farmland while continuing to preserve the most fertile farmland for strictly agricultural use.

Coach for social change leaders offers support to overcome climate anxiety
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Coach for social change leaders offers support to overcome climate anxiety

Seth Bush of the Radical Support Collective says it’s normal to feel anxious about the state of the planet, and those feelings can be transformed into positive action.
Siberian city residents advised to stay home to avoid smoke from wildfires
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Siberian city residents advised to stay home to avoid smoke from wildfires

Smoke from wildfires covered the Siberian city of Yakutsk on Sunday where people were advised by the mayor to stay home and not open windows as the region fights unprecedented blazes the Kremlin blames on climate change.
Great Salt Lake is shrinking fast. Scientists demand action before it becomes a toxic dustbin
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Great Salt Lake is shrinking fast. Scientists demand action before it becomes a toxic dustbin

Great Salt Lake is also known as America's Dead Sea -- owing to a likeness to its much smaller Middle Eastern counterpart -- but scientists worry the moniker could soon take new meaning.
Editorial: The Times view on flooding and drought: Action on Climate
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Editorial: The Times view on flooding and drought: Action on Climate

The scenes of devastation caused by this week’s storms in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands are harrowing. More than 120 people are confirmed dead, and over 1,000 are still missing. Across parts of
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