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Sunday, September 11, 2016

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A TIP OF THE HAT

7 celebrities we’d like to see #MakeAmericaGreenAgain

This is a crucial election, and the environment is watching. 
DAN ON THE STREET

We asked young voters why they don’t see a big difference between Clinton and Trump on climate

We took to the streets to talk to real live millennials about the election. We even checked their pulses!
CIRRUS BUSINESS

Here’s why a less cloudy future is a big problem

Clouds have a huge impact on the climate, but are hard to predict. Watch our video to learn more about these misunderstood meteorological formations.

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HARD CORE SCIENCE 

Scientists store glacier chunks in an Antarctic vault for safekeeping

Glaciers are data, and all that precious data is disappearing.
WIND WIND! 

Obama administration’s offshore wind plan would power 23 million homes

The National Offshore Wind Strategy calls for major investments in offshore wind farm construction.
THE GOLDEN SLATE

California governor signs historic climate bill

The state just took a huge step in the fight against climate change.
GRIST ON THE GROUND

Snapshots from the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance

This week, we witnessed tribal and environmental activists gathering in North Dakota in resistance of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
CARRIES WATER

Climate change made Louisiana’s devastating floods more likely

A new study finds that similar downpours can now be expected every 30 years.
BAKING SODA JERK

Where does baking soda come from, and is it really so eco-friendly?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk digs down to find out about the mining and manufacturing processes used to produce baking soda.
OFFICIALLY AWFUL 

The EPA has a sexual harassment problem

Women say EPA officials sexually harassed them -- and their bosses did nothing.
NO JUSTICE, NO PEAS

Underpaid, overworked farmworkers set to get liberal labor protections. Farmers grumble.

Farmworkers could finally get equal rights for overtime pay.
I HEAR THE TRAIN A COMIN'

Nashville has big transit plans. Can they succeed in a conservative state?

The fast-growing city could get new light rail, bus rapid transit, and more -- but first, there are some hurdles.

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FLIP SYNC BATTLE

Should you always turn the lights out when leaving a room?

A reader wonders if it's wasteful to flip lights on and off too quickly. Advice columnist Umbra Fisk offers an illuminating answer.
PATH OF BEAST RESISTANCE 

Beautiful map shows the future of animal migration

This mesmerizing GIF shows how a warming planet is forcing animals to relocate.
NO SMOKEY WITHOUT FIRE

Forest fires may be natural, but that doesn’t make them popular

Our new policy to let forest fires burn is inspired by nature. Unfortunately, nature doesn’t always behave as we’d like.
NO PARENTS ALLOWED

This playground encourages kids to use tools, get dirty, and let their imaginations run wild

The "adventure playground" trend hits New York City.
(FR)ACK

Anti-fracking activists hit a roadblock in Colorado

The secretary of state says two initiatives to crack down on fracking didn't get enough signatures to make the ballot. Activists disagree.
WISHFUL DRINKING

What kind of liquor is best for the environment?

Advice columnist Umbra Fisk pours forth intelligence on rum, tequila, whiskey, vodka, and gin.