New research suggests extreme weather can worsen depression in mothers, leaving children more anxious and distressed.
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Climate scientist Warren Washington will be awarded the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
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The Trump administration is looking for legal loopholes that will allow it to weaken limits on carbon pollution.
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A man on track to set a world record to raise awareness of ocean health is forced out of the water.
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All-electric race cars are getting faster and lasting longer.
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Introductory textbooks scarcely mention climate change or energy.
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Instead of driving global warming, wine waste can be used to make safer food, medicine and cosmetics.
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The ecological paradox of modern life on planet Earth.
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