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An Endangered Animal Steps Out of the Shadows

Poachers have made the small, shy pangolin into the most trafficked mammal in the world. It desperately needs human defenders—and yesterday those defenders came through.

Clean Power Plan Goes the Distance in Marathon Hearing

At last, the Clean Power Plan has had its day in court. On Tuesday, 10 judges on the U.S.

Latin America Green News: 9/20 - 9/28/2016

Mexico’s second energy auction proves successful, Bolivia aims to eradicate illegal deforestation by 2020, thousands of Chilean children help clean up beaches

A New Tool for Communities in Fighting Carbon Pollution

A historic collaborative of non-profit organizations has taken  an innovative step in a growing commitment to help ease the deadly burden low-income and marginalized communities bear from climate change.

NRDC Fights to Fix L.A. Stormwater Policy

Los Angeles loves its beaches. In the summer, you practically have to elbow your way through the mob of tourists, surfers, and families to get to the water. But now, with the days getting cooler and shorter, the crowd of visitors is thinning.