Chinese, Russian, and Canadian Climate Policies Driving World Above 5C of Warming

US and Australia's policies are only slightly behind, pushing global temperature rise over 4C if world followed their example

Jonathan Watts The Guardian

Protecting Prized Open Space in Wine Country

A northern California nonprofit is pushing to conserve a special piece of Sonoma's history, heritage, and habitat

Nina Erlich-Williams

Increasing Arctic Ship Traffics Puts Narwhals and Other Unique Species at Risk

As sea ice cover declines, endemic marine mammals could face more vessel collisions and other disturbances

Donna Hauser Harry Stern Kristin Laidre

Smoke from California Wildfires Causing Air Quality Crisis

As fires devastate communities, authorities warn of public health risk throughout much of greater San Francisco Bay Area

Andy Rowell

Climate Change Taking Toll on South Indian Fishing Communities

A year after Cyclone Ockhi tore through the region, Kerala families struggle with fear and uncertainty

Mary-Rose Abraham

Court Halts Work on Keystone XL, Says Trump Admin Didn’t Consider Environment

District court judge rules feds “jumped the gun” by pushing forward with the pipeline

Oliver Milman The Guardian

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How the Environment Fared in the Midterm Elections

Many candidates supporting climate action won victories, but environmental ballot measures overall did poorly

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Finding Inspiration in Rosie the Riveter

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Libby Smith

$2.7 Billion Deal Opens Madagascar’s Waters to Hundreds of Chinese Fishing Vessels

Critics say agreement is bad for local fishers, that negotiators failed to conduct public consulation or environmental impact statement

Edward Carver

Losing Quiet Spaces

As human-made noises reach deep into wild places, people and wildlife alike are feeling the impact

Lauren Hall Ruddell

Is the EPA’s Online Climate Change Section Gone for Good?

Material saying humans are warming the planet was taken down last year for an ‘update'

Oliver Milman The Guardian

Spawning an Intervention

An international team of scientists is mastering the art and science of raising coral babies

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