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Richard Denniss: How can NSW allow new coalmines while committing to net zero emissions? It’s bizarre

New mines won't boost world demand for Australian coal — but they will cannibalise jobs from existing coalmines.

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Justice

Alok Sharma: We must help poorer countries tackle climate change

It is a gross injustice that those who have done the least to cause the climate crisis often suffer most from its effects.

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Opinion

Why spy agencies say the future Is bleak

Climate change, technology, disease and financial crises will pose big challenges for the world, an intelligence report concludes.
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Climate

Britt Groosman: Serious about climate change? Get serious about agriculture

Washington has come a long way since the great climate change debate of 2010 sent industries and environmental advocates back to their corners to plan the fight for or against the next big congressional showdown. Now it's here - but it's not the one I expected.

Food

Dave Dickey: Big Meat lets down public...yet again

JBS SA owned Pilgrim's Pride is the second-largest chicken processor in the United States. But now as it turns out Pilgrims Pride is also more crooked than Lombard Street.
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Climate

Emma Beddington: Can you drink milk and stay ethical? I’m desperate to work out how

Cow's milk is, of course, bad news for the planet: three times worse in greenhouse emission terms than any plant milk.

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Climate

Michael Conathan: The ocean can no longer be a climate victim

The ocean is one of the most powerful tools we have to help head off the worst consequences of global climate change.

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Biodiversity

Opinion | We need an infrastructure package for nature

The long-term needs of ecosystems should come before our knee-jerk demands to get back to life.
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Climate

Paul Greenberg, Carl Safina: We need an infrastructure package for nature

The long-term needs of ecosystems should come before our knee-jerk demands to get back to life.
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Climate

Tom Whyman: How can I justify bringing new life into this terrible world?

In a time of COVID-19, climate change and catastrophe, having a baby is an act of radical hope.

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Toxics

Trump abandoned the climate. This is Biden's moment

The new president has promised to take the lead on climate. His plan does not disappoint.
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Climate

Nicholas Kristoff: They overcame mutual loathing, and saved a town

Environmentalists and loggers in Oregon thought they had nothing in common, until they started talking.

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Climate

Christine Loh: US-China summit in Alaska shows road to fighting climate change is paved with political minefields

Is it possible for diplomats on the one hand to fervently criticise their counterparts and on the other hand, drop the animosity when it comes to dealing with climate change?
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Climate

Kenneth W. Costello: A better approach to climate change for states

Executing climate policy on the evidence and rational decision-making is easier said than done, and it has especially been absent in the ongoing dialogue on climate change in the states.

From our Newsroom

Earth Day: Amidst the greenwashing, it's still a good thing

When corporations tout their greenness and journalists get beaten senseless by lame ideas.

‘Forever chemicals’ coat the outer layers of biodegradable straws

More evidence that harmful PFAS chemicals are sneaking into some "green" and "compostable" products.

Pesticide DDT linked to increased breast cancer risk generations after exposure

Groundbreaking study finds women whose grandmothers had high DDT exposure are more likely to be obese and have early menstruation—both breast cancer risk factors.

Want more clean energy? Focus on people, not technology

Energy decisions can be deeply personal. We need to listen to households and communities before we prescribe their energy transition.

Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking

EHN.org scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

The political, media, and community response to our Fractured investigation

From a media blitz to calls for statewide drilling bans, here's a look at the fallout and impacts so far from EHN's investigation of western Pennsylvania fracking impacts.

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