17 MarchTop Story
How smoke from Australia’s megafires ate away at the ozone
Wildfire smoke can change the chemistry of the stratosphere, resulting in chlorine molecules that deplete the ozone layer
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Pete Myers is the founder and chief scientist of Environmental Health Sciences, publisher of EHN.org and DailyClimate.org
The president adds climate champions Lael Brainard as his top economic adviser and Richard Revesz as his regulations chief. The appointments to two of the most powerful posts in the White House underscore how Mr. Biden has pursued an “all-of-government” approach to climate change
Longstanding research shows the health dangers of gas-burning ranges. Utilities are turning to Julie Goodman, a toxicologist with a firm whose work raises questions about the science. Does she manufacture doubt?
Because of habitat loss, climate change, and toxification, many wildlife populations are now crashing.
Diversified Energy’s liabilities exceed its assets, according to a new report, sparking concerns about whether taxpayers will wind up paying to plug its 70,000 wells.
In his new book, the famous scientist reflects on an unparalleled career on our fascinating, ever-changing planet.
California will soon have the largest oil drilling setbacks in the U.S. Experts say other states can learn from this move.
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