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Radioactive Waste Could Be Killing Residents in Missouri Community, Say Federal Scientists

For decades, North St. Louis residents have lived in fallout from the Manhattan Project. Now, federal scientists are finally linking today’s cancers to the nation’s nuclear warfare legacy.

Austin Price

Has the Climate Crisis made California too Dangerous to Live In?

As with so many things, Californians are going first where the rest of us will follow.

Bill McKibben The Guardian

Fierce Winds May Spread More Fires as Millions Lose Power in California

Winds gusts could hit 80mph in Los Angeles mountains, PG&E says latest blackout will affect 1.5 million more people.

The Guardian

Building a Conservation Community in the Mexican Desert

The Vermillion Sea Institute is connecting local residents and global partners to conserve Baja’s distinct landscape.

Greg Harris

Why We Should Worry About the Fate of a Tiny British Flea

Scotland’s Manx shearwater flea may not seem charismatic, but no species is too small or too strange to deserve saving.

Mackenzie L. Kwak

Scientists Are Playing Whack-a-Mole with Toxic Flame Retardants

Years of research and advocacy have led to the ban of many flame retardants from common household products. According to a new report, the chemicals that replaced them aren’t any better.

Austin Price