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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
This toxic herbicide comes with known health risks, but it’s still being used on crops, in parks, and maybe even in your own backyard.
Years later, not much has changed—including the impulse to drill.
As the country's economy improves—and temperatures rise—tens of millions of people are installing air conditioners. That spells trouble for climate change.
Recurring drought in the Golden State has convinced most of us that there’s simply not enough water to go around. But that’s actually not true.
We've already wrecked the Gulf of Mexico. Why would we do the same on the East Coast?
Five reasons drilling in the Arctic is a bad idea.
It’s not just climate change that’s killing this iconic endangered species. Hunting is on the rise, too.
Now deemed national monuments, these natural beauties will be protected for generations.
Protecting these nine species will help save the region's iconic sagebrush prairies, grasslands, and mountains.
You've probably heard that there's a lot of plastic swimming around in our oceans. But do you know how much? (Spoiler alert: It's way more than you think.)
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