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Diane Wilson: Gulf Coast activist on Goldman Environmental Prize

The longtime Gulf Coast activist just won the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize for her work holding Formosa Plastics accountable.
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Climate advocacy’s elder statesman

Al Gore talks about the Inflation Reduction Act, what’s next for the environmental movement in Texas and beyond.
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Concrete ideas

New technology and methods may help clean up the cement and concrete industries—two of Texas’ most conspicuous polluters.
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A bipartisan win for Texas: Electric school buses

A bipartisan win for Texas: Electric school buses

Traditional diesel-fueled engines harm kids’ health and pollute the atmosphere. Upcoming state and federal funds aim to help school districts switch to cleaner alternatives.

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Koch-owned plant finds legal ways to pollute

A clean energy company that once operated at Port Arthur's Oxbow plant claims it manipulated SO2 emissions to avoid spending on pollution controls.

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Research shows unplugged oil wells are exacerbating climate change

Amy Townsend-Small has been chasing methane her entire professional life. The quest has taken her from Southern California freeways to sewage plants to animal feedlots.

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Texas activists are fighting against a natural gas project abroad

The Texas Railroad Commission's about-face on natural gas flaring can be partially linked to pressure from European companies concerned about Texas' dirty gas.
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