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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
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But since the larger climate movement has done a poor job of engaging them, the community is mobilizing itself.
The stories that really reach people are the ones with stirring scenes, suspense, and relatable characters.
We don’t want to jinx it, but with the Youth Climate Strike it sort of looks like . . . yes. (Finally.)
As far as future-building strategies go, Greta Thunberg’s passionate optimism beats Jonathan Franzen’s placid pessimism any day.
And the coal industry is more than happy to keep things that way.
The fires are no accident. They were ignited by Brazilian ranchers who felt emboldened by their pro-deforestation president.
In Manhattan, green-space advocates realized their dream of building Chelsea Green, a new community park, by becoming affordable-housing advocates, too.
An Anchorage-based wildlife biologist describes what life is like in our northernmost state—one that’s been dramatically altered by rising temperatures.
Indianan Jim Brainard has been making the post-partisan case for building sustainable, resilient cities for more than 20 years.
The forced relocation of hundreds of staffers is seen by many as a precursor to the agency’s dissolution—and a sell-off of public lands to the states.
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