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Amid LNG’s Gulf Coast expansion, community hopes to stand in its way
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The blue-collar workers left behind by the green economy

A California oil refinery shut down during the pandemic. A year later, former employees were not all right.
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The sea-urchin murderer has finally been apprehended

Most such mysteries go unsolved. But in this case, a crack team of scientists quickly found a culprit.
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Appalachia’s quiet time bombs

The deadly floods that swept a pocket of eastern Kentucky challenge common preconceptions about climate villains and victims.
Animals are migrating to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
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Animals are migrating to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

The oceanic soup of plastic fragments is becoming a new kind of ecosystem.
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The EV of the future has three wheels

The auto rickshaw is more or less a motorcycle in the front and a party in the back in the form of benches, seats, or cargo space, and they are electrifying faster than basically any other type of vehicle.

malthusians & planetary carrying capacity

Alex Trembath, Vijaya Ramachandran: The Malthusians are back

Climate activists who worry that the world has too many people are joining an ugly tradition.
crypto carbon emissions

Crypto is mostly over. Its carbon emissions are not.

The environmental toll of Bitcoin could be even higher this year than last.