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Our Carbon-Filled World
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'Keen Observers of the Natural World' Wanted
Our ancestors may not have called themselves “citizen scientists” or organized to collect data for scientific inquiry, but they were keen observers of the natural world. Their survival often depended on being able to tease apart nature’s complexity—where to find game and when to sow seeds, collect...
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Holding the Line on Keystone XL
Once again, the climate movement has demonstrated our ability to hold the line against the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Today, after six hours of debate, a bill that would have approved Keystone XL failed to get the 60 votes necessary to pass the Senate. The tally was incredibly close: 59-41 in...
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Canaries in the Arctic: New Study Shows Stunning Polar Bear Decline
The dramatic drop in population, say conservationists, show that the impacts of climate change are happening now and pushing the bears towards the brink of extinction.
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'Tactics as Dirty as Their Oil': Leaked Docs Reveal TransCanada's Propaganda Plan
Documents show that oil and gas companies are placing serious resources of time, money, and personnel into countering the growing climate justice movement. "What this speaks to is that they are losing," says one campaigner whose group has been targeted by company strategy.
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Yes, They Really Are Proposing Trashing the Motherland For 50 Jobs
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Fossil Free Canada Convergence Deepens an International Movement
As a junior in college, I helped to organize a conference at my alma mater, Swarthmore. A number of us had traveled to Appalachia two years prior on a school-funded trip to visit with communities resisting mountaintop removal coal mining there. Upon returning, we decided to start what would become...
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The Big Chill: Tensions in the Arctic
As the climate warms and the ice melts, the Arctic could become the next great theater of global cooperation—or a battlefield.
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'Pathetic' 'Absurd' and 'Insanely Dumb': Top Democrat Pushes for Senate Vote to Approve Keystone XL Pipeline
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) is being roundly criticized for trying to prove her big oil credentials during a contentious runoff election by pushing for a vote on the controversial tar sands pipeline
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The Way of the Warrior: How To Stop A Pipeline
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