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December 8, 2015

Saudi Arabia Accused of Trying to Wreck Paris Climate Deal

One of the world’s largest oil producers is getting in the way of a deal and making implausible objections, say delegates and campaigners.

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Over 20,000 shoes were placed in Paris's Place de la République to symbolize those unable to march for climate action on November 29. Among them were the pope's black leather dress shoes. Antonia Juhasz for Newsweek
November 30, 2015

At COP21, Victims of Paris Attack Mobilize for Climate Action

Mass marches were banned following the terrorist attacks, but some protesters are pushing the boundaries.

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May 13, 2016

20 Percent of Plant Species Could Go Extinct

Climate change, deforestation, and pollution are wreaking havoc on the Earth’s vegetation.

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May 13, 2016

Obama Just Cracked Down on Pollution From Fracking

For the first time ever, the EPA will regulate methane emissions.

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May 11, 2016

Environmentalists Hate Fracking. Are They Right?

The pros and cons of natural gas, explained.

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