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Earth Day: Amidst the greenwashing, it's still a good thing

When corporations tout their greenness and journalists get beaten senseless by lame ideas.

I hope like me you're counting the hours till this Thursday, April 22, the 52nd observance of Earth Day.

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Causes

Despite tensions, U.S. and China agree to work together on climate change

The two countries said they would treat global warming “with the seriousness and urgency that it demands.”
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Solutions

COVID-19 remade society. Now it's the climate's turn

The effort to recover from the pandemic could facilitate a shift to the first truly green global economy
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Impacts

Will Florida be lost forever to the climate crisis?

From sea level rise to habitat loss, the effects of the climate crisis are on the verge of making south Florida uninhabitable
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Solutions

Climate news is relentlessly, objectively grim. Should we ever allow ourselves to feel optimism?

Terry Tempest Williams, Naomi Shihab Nye and other writers and activists on where they find hope.
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Impacts

Gas is cheap; why aren't WV ratepayers benefiting?

A little-known law has allowed natural gas companies to charge West Virginians for expensive pipeline projects with little oversight.
From our Newsroom

Want more clean energy? Focus on people, not technology

Energy decisions can be deeply personal. We need to listen to households and communities before we prescribe their energy transition.

The political, media, and community response to our Fractured investigation

From a media blitz to calls for statewide drilling bans, here's a look at the fallout and impacts so far from EHN's investigation of western Pennsylvania fracking impacts.

Op-ed: Flood survivors find common ground in a divided nation

Americans have sorted ourselves into communities defined by geography, demography, ideology. But the shared trauma of flooding offers an opening.

These environmental reporters told you so

Florida's Piney Point is the latest predicted disaster. Maybe we should start listening to these folks?

Racism, inequities move to the center of the climate debate

COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter protests threw underlying systemic inequity magnifying climate change impacts into sharp relief.

Algal blooms target sea otter hearts

A toxin formed during algal blooms, which are increasingly common due to climate change, leaves sea otters at risk of deadly heart disease.

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