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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
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.
Canoers, kayakers, and other citizens have had enough of the purple and orange pollution oozing into the Vermilion from Vistra’s waste pits.
A 400-megawatt solar farm could make this region a hub for clean power and big companies looking to cut carbon.
As the region’s wetlands disappear, so may the swamp rattler.
In Isle Royale National Park, the Park Service makes a rare move to reverse a consequence of climate change.
The company wants to increase its groundwater withdrawals to 400 gallons a minute—but the community’s citizen scientists say enough is enough.
In a recent report, the tribe picks apart the pipeline company’s emergency response plan.
We know Foxconn wants to take water from Lake Michigan, but what might it leave behind?
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