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Keep It in the Ground
President Barack Obama joins the push to halt fossil fuel leases on public lands.
North of the Border, Canadians Turn Over a New Maple Leaf
In 2015, Canada elected the first pro-environmental government in 10 years. What does that mean for 2016?
The Top Ten Environmental Stories of 2015
Sierra's editor in chief sums up the good, the bad and the ugly.
Climate Denial, the Catchy Version
Funny or Die's celebrity-filled song mocks global-warming skeptics.
Faces of Clean Energy
A Green Job with a View
Mark Honstein, a wind turbine technician, climbs 280-foot-tall towers with spectacular views.
These Charts Prove That Clean Energy Is Winning
From 2005 to 2014, we increased our wind power by a factor of 10 and generated 33 times more solar electricity.
Our Keystone XL Victory Is Just the Start
Michael Brune applauds the environmental victories of 2015.
Sunlight for Sale
Buying into America's fastest-growing energy source makes more sense than ever. And not just for wealthy enviros.
Presidential candidates tweet their reactions to Obama's rejection of Keystone pipeline.
Shifting Tar Sands
With oil prices in the basement and the Obama administration poised to cancel Keystone XL, pipeline builder TransCanada tries to stall.
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