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Exposed: The most polluted place in the United States
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Exposed: The most polluted place in the United States

A new book investigates the toxic legacy of Hanford, the Washington state facility that produced plutonium for nuclear weapons.
Frogs vs. climate change: How long can they stand the heat?
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Frogs vs. climate change: How long can they stand the heat?

New research compiles the “heat tolerance” of 616 amphibian species — and reveals how much more we need to know.
Op-Ed: Election denial is the new climate denial — and still a threat
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Op-Ed: Election denial is the new climate denial — and still a threat

The midterms may have avoided a red wave, but there’s still blood (and some anti-science conspiracy theorists) in the water.
Horror writers reveal their environmental fears
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Horror writers reveal their environmental fears

Invisible monsters of climate change and extinction stalk us all. Experts in terror also remind us that fighting monsters helps create hope.
Nature Sings: New protest songs for the climate emergency
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Nature Sings: New protest songs for the climate emergency

Listen to new songs addressing the climate crisis by Julian Lennon, Midnight Oil, Laurie Anderson, Brian Eno, The Stop Shopping Choir and many others.
How to vote if you’ve been displaced by hurricanes
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How to vote if you’ve been displaced by hurricanes

There’s still time to find out how to cast your ballot, even if you’re dealing with other recovery efforts.
Where the environment is on the ballot — and where it’s not
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Where the environment is on the ballot — and where it’s not

In a stark contrast to recent election years, voters in just two states will decide on environmental issues this November. But there’s still a lot at stake.
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