‘I’m Putting My Life On Hold’: 22 Climate Activists Arrested

Extinction Rebellion, which launched itself into the public consciousness with a civil disobedience action outside London's Parliament Square a little under two weeks ago, coordinated another actio...

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Ice Sheets in Greenland, Antarctica Could Reach Catastrophic 'Tipping Points' if We Don't Limit Warming

Scientists just gave us another terrifying reason to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels

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What's Behind the Crippling Dairy Crisis? Family Farmers Speak Out.

In the Northeast, the dairy crisis is shuttering generations-old dairies. Can the crisis become a rallying political issue?

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Months After Hurricane Florence, Undocumented Farmworkers Still Struggle to Recover

In North Carolina, immigrant farmworkers, a backbone of the state’s ag sector, have been hard hit by lack of access to assistance due to deportation fears.

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‘Unfit Leader’: Neil Young Loses Home to Fire, Rips Trump for Insensitive Tweet

Musician Neil Young, who lost his Malibu home to the devastating Woolsey fire, is urging the world to come together to fight climate change—especially since the president of the U.S. seems "unfit" ...

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A New EPA Rule Would Allow Factory Farms to Avoid Reporting Air Pollution | Civil Eats

What factory farm owners portray as “normal odors” from animal waste can cause serious harm to farmers and the residents who live near these large industrial operations. The Trump administration, l...

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Jean Paul Gaultier Drops Fur, Calls Industry 'Absolutely Deplorable'

During a live appearance on the French television channel Bonsoir!, Jean Paul Gaultier said will no longer use fur in his collections.

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This World War I Battlefield Is a Haunting Reminder of the Environmental Costs of War

World War I ended 100 years ago on Sunday, but 42,000 acres in northeast France serve as a living memorial to the costs of war.

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Dine with Andrew Zimmern, Ruth Reichl, Kat Kinsman, Marion Nestle, and Nik Sharma to Benefit Civil Eats | Civil Eats

Back by popular demand, Civil Eats will host its third annual Celebration on Tuesday, November 13 in San Francisco at The Pearl. This is the one time each year that we gather to raise critical fund...

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Cape Cod’s Gray Seal and White Shark Problem Is Anything but Black-and-White

After a rare shark bite takes a life, some in this beach region want to go after the seals.

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10 Things You Always Wanted to Know About Neonics

As massive numbers of bees and other pollinators keep dying across the globe, study after study continues to connect these deaths to neonicotinoid pesticides (A.K.A. "neonics"). With the science&he...

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Koch Industries Lobbies Against Electric Vehicle Tax Credit

Koch Industries is calling for the elimination of tax credits for electric vehicles, while claiming that it does not oppose plug-in cars.

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