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Are ‘water positive’ pledges from tech companies just a new kind of greenwashing?
In response to historic droughts, Google and Facebook say they want to use less water at their data centers
Almost half of the world’s children live in dangerous climate conditions
A new UNICEF report shows how important climate mitigation is to protect the world's youth.
A little-known cache of water tore apart this California cannabis-farming community
Amid discriminating water disputes, hydrogeologists struggle to model a complex aquifer in Siskiyou County.
Keystone XL is officially dead
The pipeline's developer has pulled the plug on the controversial project at last.
Can zero-waste stores be affordable for everyone?
Low-waste lifestyles can seem expensive—but it doesn't have to be that way.
A Maryland school district switched to electric buses to save kids’ lungs. Can others follow?
Dirty diesel buses could be booted if budget pains are overcome.
Oklahoma floods are poisoning tribal lands
A decades-old Superfund site poses new threats to displaced communities.
The Trump administration’s environmental legacy can be undone. Here’s how.
The secret isn’t just fixing the system, it’s bulletproofing it against future attacks.
In Louisiana’s ‘Cancer Alley,’ a Black community battles an industry that threatens its health—and history
A proposed petrochemical complex from plastics giant Formosa could disrupt long-forgotten plantation graves.
Black mothers face high death rates. Now they have to contend with climate change, too.
Pollution and heat affect Black pregnancies disproportionately.