Not only are methane leaks adding more greenhouse gasses to the air, but they’re also wasting millions of dollars. Learn why federal limits on methane pollution are critical.

Federal rules target the costly waste of methane

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President Trump should take note: States across the country are racing toward 100 percent renewable energy.

States Lead the Way Toward 100% Renewable Energy

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We want to enjoy this unseasonably warm weather, but it could be a sign of the problems to come.

Is It Okay to Enjoy the Warm Winters of Climate Change?

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In taking down this climate plan, Trump trashed these crucial preparedness measures that both parties support.

These critical disaster safety efforts will be at risk if Trump eliminates the Climate Action Plan

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Scott Pruitt withheld thousands of emails that detailed his close ties with the fossil fuel industry. That begs the question: What else is he hiding from the public?

What is Scott Pruitt hiding? Thousands of withheld emails yet another reason his EPA nomination should be stopped

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These climate rules cut waste and save millions of dollars – but Congress is still trying to dismantle them.

Trump wants to reduce waste and grow jobs? Good, these methane policies do just that.

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Trump has promised 25 million new jobs – coal is not the answer. Here’s the biggest industry he’s overlooking.

Trump promises a renaissance for coal – but these clean energy numbers tell a different story

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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s emails reveal his close ties with the fossil fuel industry.

The Pruitt Emails: E.P.A. Chief Was Arm in Arm With Industry

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Live from the World Ocean Summit in Bali, Indonesia: Hear why we believe global fish populations can become more abundant and resilient in an ever-changing climate.

We’re with Chris Costello, EDF Trustee and Professor of environmental and resource economics at the University of California at Santa Barbara and Daniel Franklin, Executive Editor of The Economist, discussing how climate change...
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President Trump’s wall could be an environmental and legal nightmare to complete.

These environmental and legal hurdles could take down Trump's wall

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Scott Pruitt addressed EPA employees for the first time as administrator of the agency – and he didn’t mention climate change at all. Here’s why that’s unsettling.

EPA administrator Scott Pruitt did not mention climate change once in his first speech to the EPA

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The Trump administration wants NASA to scrap climate science research. Here’s what we could lose if that happens.

We lose more than you think if NASA's climate science is cut

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Last week, Scott Pruitt was confirmed to lead the EPA. Here’s why we’re still hopeful that we can protect and defend our environment.

Pruitt's confirmation was just one battle. Here's why we'll win the war.

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Looking for sustainable seafood options? Thanks to sustainable management systems, these lesser-known fish are great choices.

12 fish you've probably never heard of but should eat

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Not only are methane leaks adding more greenhouse gasses to the air, but they’re also wasting millions of dollars. Learn why federal limits on methane pollution are critical.

Federal rules target the costly waste of methane

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The five possible futures of the EPA under President Trump – and how likely they are to happen.

Here’s what the EPA may look like after several years of Trump

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Research shows humans have so drastically altered the Earth that we’ve essentially cancelled the next ice age. Here’s why that’s so unnerving.

Human emissions just cancelled the next ice age. Here's why we should care.

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We know what the U.S. would look like without a strong EPA: Filthy. These images show it.

Actually, We Know What The Country Looks Like Without The EPA

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