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This Is Why These States Aren’t So Chill About What’s Inside Air Conditioners
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Nearly 2 in 3 Americans cool their homes with central AC, a major source of a climate-warming greenhouse gas that Trump doesn't want to regulate.
Eating Ugly: The Food Waste That Could Refeed America
California is the country’s biggest produce-growing region grappling with ways to rescue edible food waste and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from landfills.
Benjamin Von Wong
This Artist Transforms Ocean Plastics Into Stunning Sculptures
They'll make you rethink the things you throw away.
Zookeeper Mauled By Topeka Zoo Tiger, Rushed To Hospital
The incident occurred just after the zoo opened for the day.
Water In Paradise Is Contaminated, Undrinkable After California's Camp Fire
Just how much of the town’s water is polluted with benzene is still unclear, but bringing potable water back to the area could take until 2021.
New York City Passes Historic Climate Legislation
Alexander C. Kaufman
The Climate Mobilization Act lays the groundwork for New York City's own Green New Deal.
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Baby Diapers Are Hiding Some Dirty, Dangerous Secrets
Disposable diapers made from plastic components are a godsend for parents but a nightmare for the planet.
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Teen Climate Activist Greta Thunberg To EU Lawmakers: 'I Want You To Panic'
"Our house is falling apart, and our leaders need to start acting accordingly," Thunberg said during a meeting with politicians.
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This Is How Microplastics Can Pollute The Air You Breathe
By Matt Simon, Wired
A new study gives clues on how wind can carry tiny pieces of plastics far far away.
Elizabeth Warren Lays Out 'Climate Solution' Vision For Public Lands
The proposal includes a moratorium on new oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters.
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Cyclone Idai's Death Toll Over 1,000, Hundreds Of Thousands Displaced
Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi are still in need of aid after Cyclone Idai.
‘World’s Most Dangerous Bird’ Kills 75-Year-Old Owner In Florida
Cassowaries are large, flightless birds with "dagger-like" claws. Authorities say one fatally attacked a man last week.
The Bering Sea Is Not Frozen Right Now As It Should Be. Here's Why Scientists Are Alarmed.
High atmospheric temperatures are causing profound and rapid changes around the Bering Strait -- the pace of which has startled scientists.
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Owl Stuck In Fishing Line Freed By Snorkeler Who Came 'Out Of Nowhere'
The wetsuit-clad man aided the conservation officials and firefighters who had been working to rescue the bird.
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This Sci-Fi Plan To Beat Rising Seas Could Change The Way We Live – If It Works
The U.N has endorsed the plan but some climate experts are skeptical.
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Many Americans Find Doing Taxes Easier Than Recycling
Most Americans have no idea how to recycle, a new study finds.
David Bernhardt Confirmed As Interior Department Chief
The former oil lobbyist has served as acting secretary since Ryan Zinke's departure. Critics have dubbed him the “ultimate D.C. swamp creature.”
Norway Says No To Billions Of Barrels Of Oil While Trump Seeks More Pipelines
Norway and the U.S., both among the world’s top oil and gas producers, are taking drastically divergent steps in response to pressure from the oil industry.
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How A Picturesque Fishing Town Became Smothered In Trash
As the world struggles to cope with its garbage, places like this suffer the most.
Lemoga: Yoga With Lemurs
Lemoga: Yoga With Lemurs
Earth's Glaciers Melting Much Faster Than Previously Thought: Study
By Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer, AP
Glacier melt is accelerating due to global warming, and adding more water to already rising seas, the study found.
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The Country Winning The Battle On Food Waste
Max S. Kim
South Korea has managed to increase food waste recycling levels from 2 percent to 95 percent.
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Dozens Of Endangered Orcas Seen Off California Coast For First Time In 8 Years
The "L pod" traveling from the Pacific Northwest included a months-old calf and a female orca in her 90s.
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Russia Takes First Steps To Releasing Orcas, Belugas From 'Whale Jail'
Nearly 100 whales are stuck in miserable holding pens after being captured for the aquarium trade.
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The Surprising Reason Your Clothes Are A Huge Source Of Ocean Pollution
Most clothing contains synthetic materials that shed plastic fibers.
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This One Idea Can Save Us From Climate Breakdown, Say Campaigners
But it's being almost totally overlooked.
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