These environmental reporters told you so

Florida's Piney Point is the latest predicted disaster. Maybe we should start listening to these folks?

I've been a member of a worthy non-profit, The Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ), since one year after its 1991 founding.
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Greta Thunberg’s happy crusade

From a Stockholm safe house, the teen-age activist discusses her disappointment in Biden and Merkel, her new documentary, “A Year to Change the World,” and “Rickrolling” her Twitter followers and pranking her parents for April Fool’s Day.
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How debt and climate change pose ‘systemic risk’ to world economy

With dozens of countries struggling to manage both staggering debt and mounting climate disasters, some financial leaders are calling for green debt relief.
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‘If nature doesn’t survive, neither will man’ – Prince Philip’s commitment to conservation will be his legacy | The Independent

We resolve to continue the prince’s efforts to help secure a prosperous and equitable planet, write CEO of WWF-UK Tanya Steele and director general of WWF International Marco Lambertini
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Are you confused by scientific jargon? So are scientists

Scientific papers containing lots of specialized terminology are less likely to be cited by other researchers.
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John Topping, 77, Dies; Early Advocate for Climate Action - The New York Times

A former official of the Environmental Protection Agency, he was a Republican activist on global warming when it was an issue with bipartisan support

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CANNELTON - Bullpush Mountain isn't a mountain anymore. It's a flat, grassy meadow that stands out among the wooded hills along the Fayette-Kanawha County line.More than 25 years ago, Cannelton
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Narwhal spiraled tusks reveal toxic mercury exposure related to climate change

Like rings in a tree trunk, a narwhal’s tusk provides a window into changing conditions in the Arctic. In the Arctic, climate change and pollution are the biggest threats to top predators like narwhals. Studying the animals’ tusks reveals that diet and exposure to pollution have shifted over the
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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.

Move to consolidate US paraquat litigation as cases mount against Syngenta

"The evidence linking paraquat to Parkinson's disease is probably the strongest of any pesticide commonly used."

Op-ed: Flood survivors find common ground in a divided nation

Americans have sorted ourselves into communities defined by geography, demography, ideology. But the shared trauma of flooding offers an opening.

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.

Racism, inequities move to the center of the climate debate

COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter protests threw underlying systemic inequity magnifying climate change impacts into sharp relief.

Fractured: About our data

How EHN tested the air, water, and urine of families in Pennsylvania fracking country for harmful chemicals.

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