Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

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March 24, 2014

Exxon Valdez oil spill – in pictures

Remembering Exxon Valdez, 25 years later.

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March 24, 2014

Flood Zone Foolishness

Politicians from disaster-prone states lead the fight against real disaster reforms.

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March 18, 2014

A Map of History’s Biggest Greenhouse Gas Polluters

See the countries responsible for the bulk of emissions since 1971.

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Construction of the southern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline. Jim West/ZUMA
March 13, 2014

Another Firm That Evaluated Keystone For State Department Had Ties To TransCanada

ICF International argued that its work with the pipeline company didn’t pose an organizational conflict of interest.

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September 10, 2014

How Hillary Clinton’s State Department Sold Fracking to the World

A trove of secret documents details the US government’s global push for shale gas.

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John Tesvich slices open oysters on the deck of his boat, the "Croatian Pride". Tim McDonnell/Climate Desk
September 10, 2014

The Gulf Is Still So Far From Recovering. Just Ask This Oyster Farmer.

Gulf coast ecosystems were supposed to rebound after the BP oil spill. They haven’t.

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September 10, 2014

This Legendary Accounting Firm Just Ran the Numbers on Climate Change

We’re 20 years away from catastrophe, says PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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August 29, 2014

Why Coal Is (Still) Worse Than Fracking and Cow Burps

Geoscientist Raymond Pierrehumbert argues that carbon dioxide is always worse than shorter-lived pollutants like methane.

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