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Endangered Species Act Under Siege
Congress takes aim at threatened species in new legislative maneuvers.
Red States Ban the Words "Climate Change"
Wisconsin and Florida officials adopt the bureaucratic equivalent of sticking their fingers in their ears and saying "la la la."
Faces of Clean Energy
From Seagoing Refugee to Solar Success
Now a successful solar entrepreneur, in 1979 15-year-old Larry Hoang was one of the "Vietnamese boat people."
Kayak Florida's Forgotten Coast
Paddling among gators and very colorful locals on the Big Bend Saltwater Trail.
Compostable Diapers Take a Load off Landfills
To combat the environmental harm of disposable diapers, green companies explore compostable diapering options.
An Indian Coal Plant's Human Rights Crisis
In a little-known pocket of India, jungles and communities have been leveled by decades of power plant development.
Electric Vehicles Go the Distance with Fast Charging
You rarely drive 200 miles at a time, but with fast-charging systems, electric vehicles are there for you when the road beckons.
The Danger of a Life-Saving Device
Why transmission beacons are a boon and a burden for search-and-rescuers.
Grizzly’s Roaring Come Back?
If conservationists are detained for grizzly bear smuggling, don’t ask why.
The Push to Save Utah's Greater Canyonlands Region
Exploring the red rocks and canyons of the Greater Canyonlands region, perhaps our next national monument?
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