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David Bernhardt: Another Pro-Polluter In Charge of Our Environment

The new deputy secretary of the Interior Department has spent most of his life attacking land, water, and wildlife on behalf of dirty energy companies.

New York City Continues to Lead on Food Waste Recycling

40% of food in America goes uneaten—it’s an almost unbelievable fact. Here in New York City, around 20% of our waste stream is food waste. For decades, this food waste has been sent to landfills where it produces methane, a potent greenhouse gas and large contributor to global warming.

Right Whales Need Our Help—Right Now

Guest author: Anika Agarwal, Marine Mammal Protection Project Summer Intern 

Adding Carbon Pricing to the Climate Protection Toolkit

As Washington, the nation, and the world swelter through another year of extraordinary heat, storms, drought, and disrupted weather, Senators Sheldon Whitehouse and Brian Schatz are introducing carbon fee legislation today to help curb the heat-trapping pollution that drives this dangerous climat

The Need for Sustainable Fashion

Marie Claire magazine’s latest issue, which just hit the newsstand, focuses on an issue near and dear to my heart: sustainable fashion.