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Margaret Renkl: I am watching my planet, my home, die

Our world cannot survive four more years of the Trump administration’s environmental policy.
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Trump's toughest rebrand yet? Being seen as a 'great environmentalist'

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Jeff Goodell: Trump's willful ignorance of science is killing us

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Sen. Cory Gardner’s climate conspiracy theory revealed in 2017 recording

A local newspaper columnist’s persistent questions laid bare what the now-embattled Republican senator actually thought about the climate crisis.
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Climate falsehoods reached millions on Facebook

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