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Week 98: Trump Tries Again (and Fails Again) to Save the Coal Industry

Plus, the president looks to autocrats for anti-climate allies, and the Atlantic coastline is about to get really noisy.

Holiday Shoppers, the Planet Needs You to Take It Easy With Next-Day Shipping

Though some online retailers are taking steps to maximize fuel efficiency in their delivery fleets, consumers need to do their part, too.

As Miami Battles Sea-Level Rise, This Artist Makes Waves with His “Underwater Homeowners Association”

Xavier Cortada’s elevation markers are a colorful yet painful reminder of what Floridians stand to lose from climate change.

The White House Tried to Bury a Major Climate Report. It Backfired, Big Time.

The Trump administration thought that releasing a blockbuster climate assessment on Black Friday would keep people from talking about it. That’s not what happened.

Week 97: The Attempt to Discount Climate Change on Black Friday

The administration released climate doomsday predictions while you were at the mall, and Scott Pruitt is the gift that keeps on giving.

The Anthropocene—Coming Soon to a Theater (and Museum, and Bookshelf) Near You

Three artists have created an entire body of work to get to the heart of the ineffable human epoch.