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A young, environmentally minded Newt Gingrich. (Credit: West Georgia College)

Peter Dykstra: Museum pieces

Remembering the "Republican environmentalists" of days past

Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D—Arizona), Chair of the House Natural Resources Committee. (Credit: Gage Skidmore)

Peter Dykstra: Coming attractions

Between the shutdowns, showdowns, and an already-cluttered 2020 challenge to Trump, a few environmental observations

Rubble outside of apartments at Trent Court Housing Development in New Bern, NC. (Credit: Lewis Raven Wallace)

LISTEN: Climate migrants in North Carolina

Reporter Lewis Raven Wallace joins 'Living on Earth' to discuss the EHN/Scalawag Magazine report about Hurricane Florence's displacement of Bern, N.C. residents

Peter Dykstra: From MLK to AAG

Universally hailed as a hero today, Martin Luther King, Jr., was reviled by many during his lifetime for fighting for civil rights. Will history allow climate heroes the same vindication?

Desalination plant outfall at San Ramón (Credit: Alan Harper/flickr)

Desalination plants are on the rise—so is their salty, chemical waste

Study finds desalination plants are discharging more than 37 billion gallons of chemical-laden brine every day. Scientists say the technology remains important in the battle against water scarcity but there's an urgent need to find solutions to deal with waste.

Plastic & Health: The Hidden Costs of a Plastic Planet

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