We Fact Checked Aaron Sorkin’s Climate Science on “The Newsroom”

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They did a pretty good job.

Republicans Said China Wouldn’t Follow Through on its Climate Pledges. Looks Like They Were Wrong.

Coal-fired plants on the banks of China's Yangtze River downstream from Chongqing. Arnold Drapkin/ZUMA

The world’s top emitter is pledging to cap coal use starting in 2020.

Monsanto Is Using Big Data to Take Over the World

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The GMO giant wants to help you beat climate change…with your phone.

These Stunning Photos Show China’s Daily Onslaught of Toxic Smog

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This Beijing man uploaded one photo every day. The results are terrifying.

BREAKING: The Senate Just Voted Not to Approve the Keystone XL Pipeline

Senator Mary Landrieu (D-La.) is rounding up support for a Senate vote tomorrow on the Keystone XL pipeline. James Berglie/ZUMA

Republicans have vowed to try again next year when they control the Senate. 

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