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Opening plenary at the annual conference of the Society of Environmental Journalists in Fort Collins, Colo., 2019. (Credit: Colorado State University)
It's an epic birth story that is, in all probability, also a true one.
The financial giant is the fossil-fuel industry's biggest lender. Protesters hope a national campaign of civil disobedience will force it to change course.
Young boys who were exposed in the womb to certain phthalate chemicals were more likely to have autism traits at ages 3 and 4, according to a new study published in Environmental Health Perspectives.
These days, the front pages and cable gabfests are nearly all-Trump: Impeachment hearings, Presidential Twitty-fits, pardon-a-paloozas and more.
The noted philosopher Rodney Dangerfield described his fictional marriage in a way that provides insight into the widening gulf in U.S. environmental politics: "She's a water sign. I'm an Earth sign. Together, we make mud."
When I'm in the checkout line at the grocery, the tabloids invariably catch my eye for a split second.
Let's start with an inveterate American treehugger named William O. Douglas.
An out-of-sight, out-of-mind mentality can take hold when people lose their connection to nature.
The $265 million verdict issued last week against German agribusiness giants Bayer and BASF is just the beginning of a new legal battle between the companies and thousands of farmers.
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