Kara West

Walking the Line: A two-week journey on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Zoe Krylova

Walking the Line: A two-week journey on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.

Opponents walk the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline path through five Virginia counties to celebrate what’s at risk.

BUCKINGHAM COUNTY, Va.—Although the “No Pipeline" signs speak for themselves, don't call it a protest.

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Flame retardants and car seats? Still a thing.
Charles Stanford/flickr

Flame retardants and car seats? Still a thing.

Flame retardants are considered carcinogens, hormone disruptors and developmental toxics. Infants and children are especially vulnerable to the effects of flame retardants in chemical laden dust and toxic fumes since their systems are still developing, and most spend many hours in car seats.

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Fighting a pipeline in the age of Trump.
Chesapeake Climate Action Network

Fighting a pipeline in the age of Trump.

NATURAL BRIDGE, Va.— In the Natural Bridge Hotel lobby before a pipeline summit in opposition to two planned fracked-gas pipelines, two words could be heard in almost every conversation: “Trump” and “election.”

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Recology

Chefs get creative about restaurant food waste.

Chefs get creative about restaurant food waste

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