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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Ten percent of the state’s greenhouse gases come from a single coal-fired power plant—which will soon trade coal for solar.
The Beaver State is one of just two in the nation where illegal animal kills are addressed by the police.
As Californians protest the Trump administration’s intent to expand drilling off the Pacific coast, some city and state officials consider new legislation to block it.
The state is considering a proposal to allow trophy hunters to bait and kill grizzly bears near Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Carbon farming, an agricultural movement taking root in Northern California, aims to improve the soil and help stabilize the climate.
Fish farms boost the risks of sea lice infestations, chemicals in the water, and accidental spills that leave native fish floundering.
Manufacturers will soon have to disclose what’s in the bottle—including toxic chemicals long omitted from packaging labels.
How far will the state go to push back against citizens who want to know what’s in their water and air?
When hungry bears and Montana’s honey industry collide, apiarists and conservationists come together to avoid a sticky situation.
Local groups and government agencies are working together to remediate this Superfund site in the city’s midst, despite diminishing support from the EPA.
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