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How publicly-owned power could shape the future of clean energy
Millions of people already rely on democratically-controlled power grids.
How personal carbon allowances can help normal people fight climate change
The timing might finally be right for this carbon-reduction strategy.
To shore up packaging recycling, Maine is making businesses foot the bill
The policy is common outside of the US—and moves the responsibility of waste from taxpayers back to producers.
The Air Force is mounting a war against Facebook misinformation
The newly published RAND report outlines digital threats and countering strategies.
Millions of acres in the Arctic refuge are off limits to drilling—for now
Oil and gas companies won't be able to lease land in the coastal plain until a full environmental impact statement is completed.
The real story behind the Biden burger-ban rumor
You can still help the planet by cutting back on red meat.
Why millions of students are missing out on food-assistance benefits
Only 3 percent of US college students are enrolled in SNAP. That number should go up exponentially.
COVID-19 was the third leading killer in the US for 2020
COVID-19 death rates were highest among people of color and people 85 and older.
Chevron just got hit with an official greenwashing complaint. Here’s what that means.
Only a miniscule portion of the company's massive market value goes towards renewable energy projects.
Wisconsin permitted people to hunt a contentious species. That might change next year.
Amid backlash, the state is forming a new gray wolf management committee to reconsider the rules for 2022.