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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
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The new secretary of education’s fondness for voucher programs threatens young Americans’ understanding of science.
Will Georgia be able to get its share?
An 18-mile stretch in Georgia says yes. Will President Trump give the clean energy project a push? Eh, probably not.
Thanks to advances in turbine tech, the first commercial-scale wind farm in the Southeast is about to get whirring.
Thanks to concerned citizens, the coal industry is making progress on how it handles its combustion wastes, but the toxic slurry is still a threat to groundwater.
A city must decide whether to retreat or stand and fight when rising seas come crashing in.
As the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers considers including “living shorelines” among its preferred erosion controls, Alabama is already leading the way to healthier coasts.
As small-scale solar starts to shine in the Southeast, some residents are getting a first taste of energy independence.
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