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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
The air in southwestern Indiana is bad enough without the emissions from yet another proposed polluter.
The Line 3 pipeline project has kept a low profile, but the stakes couldn’t be higher for the indigenous communities it threatens—and our climate.
Photovoltaic panels on the Leech Lake reservation are generating clean power—and revenue to help those who need it most.
Earthquakes, spills, and groundwater contamination—wastewater wells come with many risks and few rewards for Trumbull County residents.
We need to take control of the 10,000 tons of plastic entering the lakes each year—whether we recycle, reuse, or just outright ban the stuff.
So take it somewhere else, says Chicago’s Southeast Side.
Here are billions of new reasons Congress shouldn’t go soft on ballast water.
The president’s hotel uses more river water than any other building and has been chronically out of compliance with the Clean Water Act.
This conservation law has been saving our flora and fauna since the 1970s. The Trump administration should stop fiddling with it.
For years the state has ignored its foamy rivers and water supplies contaminated with chemicals called PFASs.
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