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Chevron polluted the Ecuadorian rainforest, but a lawyer—in his efforts to hold the oil company accountable—also got his hands dirty, a new book says.
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Should we prosecute climate change protesters who break the law?
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The former New York City mayor, now a U.N. special envoy, talks about the vital role our cities play in the climate fight with one of the nation's foremost environmental journalists.
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Sylvia Earle, the greatest living ocean explorer, on the new documentary 'Mission Blue' and why highways are scarier than submarines.
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The French graphic novelist Philippe Squarzoni presents a moral case for tackling climate change in stark black and white.
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Journalist Dan Fagin traverses grand canyons of chemical, medical, and epidemiological scholarship in his book 'Toms River,' which just won the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction.
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How ya gonna keep ’em down on the organic farm? By investing in them, says a veteran financial strategist.
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When a pipeline company fought to bring tar sands oil into scenic South Portland, Maine, city hall fought back.
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A one-woman show links our shared burden of climate change to our shared obsessive-consumptive disorder.
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Environmentalist Maria Vorontsova explains how President Vladimir Putin is making hash of his country’s environment.
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What's the best way to tell the truth about the connection between land, people, and politics? It might be fiction.
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As anti-science forces challenge the teaching of climate change in the public schools, a scientist fights back.
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A veteran of the environmental struggle urges Americans to draw a new social map -- by connecting the dots.
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If it isn't going in your backyard, whose backyard does it go in? A titan of environmental justice won't stop asking.
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Greening its operations has been a slam dunk for the L.A.-based sports and entertainment giant.
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Our agricultural policy used to be designed with farmers in mind. Then Big Ag took it over. Can it be won back?