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Week 87: You Don’t Want to Live Downwind with Trump Around

The EPA lets states pollute other states’ air, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline fails and fails again to follow the law, and Ryan Zinke actually says the government works for oil companies.

Climate Deniers Are Bullies, and Science Teachers Aren’t Going to Take It Anymore

Pressured for years to “teach the controversy,” educators have banded together to expel anti-science forces from their classrooms.

Week 86: No, Trump’s Methane Proposal Is Not “Neat”

Plus, your one-and-only chance to save the Clean Power Plan, and Steve Bannon’s role in the Paris climate withdrawal.

Hey, Army Corps of Engineers—Show Us Your Work in Your DAPL Report

Despite a court order to reassess the Dakota Access Pipeline’s environmental impact, the agency won’t share the results of its new study.

Bangladesh: A Country Underwater, a Culture on the Move

In this low-lying, coastal nation inundated by flood after flood, a rural exodus to the cities is reshaping life everywhere.

Confessions of a Bad Reptile Owner

I released Misty the Chinese water dragon into the Pennsylvania wild—but don’t be like me. There are other options.