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Why Carbon Capture Really and Truly Sucks

Too many people can't see the forest for the trees on this mythical, industry-friendly technology.

Simon Whalley ·

Climate Critics Warn of 'Big Gaps' in Biden Plan to Eliminate Overseas Fossil Fuel Funding

"It’s time to end government support for all fossil fuels everywhere," said one advocate.

Julia Conley ·

As Planet Careens Toward Disastrous 'Crash,' Earth's Black Box Records Leaders' Climate Inaction

"The purpose of this device is to provide an unbiased account of the events that lead to the demise of the planet, hold accountability for future generations, and inspire action."

Julia Conley ·

Natural Resources Necessary to Feed World Are at a 'Breaking Point,' Warns FAO

"Taking care of land, water, and particularly the long-term health of soils is fundamental to accessing food in an ever-demanding food chain."

Jessica Corbett ·

Here's the Fracking Truth About America's Last Fossil-Fueled Hurrah

In order to recover the abundance of these fuels that the EIA claims will be there for the taking, between now and 2050 the industry will need to drill something on the order of 700,000 new wells at a total cost of over $5 trillion.

Richard Heinberg ·

'Incredibly Important' Victory for Nation's Honey Bees by California High Court

"With this ruling, the bees in California are getting much-needed relief just as we're seeing some of the worst signs of colony collapse."

Andrea Germanos ·

Groups Tell UN Food Agency to Ditch 'Toxic Alliance' With Pesticide Association

"This partnership with CropLife is in direct conflict with FAO's mandate as a U.N. institution to fulfill human rights to health, adequate food, clean water and environment, and safe working conditions."

Kenny Stancil ·

High Court Delivers 'Victory' for Rights of Nature Movement in Ecuador

"This is a good day for the species and fragile ecosystems of Ecuador."

Andrea Germanos ·

Eco-Fear: Mental Health in the Age of Climate Emergency

As a climate student, I understand the isolation that comes with carrying a burden much of the world prefers to ignore—particularly those with the power to alleviate it.

Zoe Stevenson ·

US Must Tackle Marine Plastics Pollution 'From Source to Sea': Report

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine study found that the U.S. is responsible for about a quarter of the plastics that enter the world's oceans each year.

Brett Wilkins ·

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