US Cities Are Becoming More Dangerous for Cyclists and Pedestrians

Even as more people opt to walk and bike, roads remain vehicle-centric

John Rennie Short

Toledo Residents Want Personhood Status for Lake Erie

The controversial bill will allow citizens to sue a polluter on behalf of the lake and for penalties to be imposed.

Daniel McGraw The Guardian

A Natural Return to the Earth

Divesting our end-of-life decisions from fossil fuels

Regina Sandler-Phillips

We Really, Really Need to Start Freaking Out About Climate Change

The window to save the planet is quickly closing. It's time for us to spring into action.

Mayzie Hopkins

Glyphosate Exposure Increases Cancer Risk by Up to 41%, Study Finds

Findings contradict EPA declaration that the controversial weedkiller is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans

Lorraine Chow

Senate Passes Landmark Bill to Enlarge Public Lands in Western States

Bill sets aside more than one million acres of new wilderness and conservation areas

Cassidy Randall The Guardian

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