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Research meets art: Exploring possible climate futures at Burning Man

There will be no Burning Man 2020. But researchers are already looking ahead to next year's event with an eye toward climate education.

Working in the field of climate change mitigation, one of the most fundamental questions we ask is how to engage folks with the issue of climate change?

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President Biden counts on a tenuous Congressional majority to dramatically alter environmental policy.

A disability should not be a death sentence during a natural disaster

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Paris climate agreement overlooks wood pellet loophole

"This rule that was designed to prevent you from counting carbon twice has effectively become a rule in which no carbon is counted at all."

Thirty years in the environmental audio trenches

Public radio's Living on Earth is entering its fourth decade with remarkable staying power.

Earth Day 2021: Looking back at an unprecedented year for the planet

As we honor Earth today, let's remember how much she's been through lately.

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