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International Cooperation In The Age Of Trump
Daryn Caister | Dr. Hugh Sealy, one of the lead negotiators for the small island states, is our guest to talk about international climate cooperation in the age of Trump.
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Photo: Mount Rainier National Park/flickr
David Suzuki | NatureWatch revamped its website and WormWatch, FrogWatch, PlantWatch and IceWatch programs. For the first time, people can use phones or tablets to record, submit and view data.
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Obama sets out his climate test for Keystone XL
Adam Scott | The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) just told Obama that Keystone XL fails his climate test.
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Photo: Emma Cassidy / Tar Sands Action
Lauren McCauley | grassroots environmental group 350.org celebrated the more than one million comments submitted to the U.S. State Department by opponents of the KXL pipeline.
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Sarah Laskow | In Washington, the environment is under attack. The cost-cutting deal that the House passed yesterday stripped the Environmental Protection Agency of $1.6 billion.
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Sarah Laskow | This week, the House voted to shut down the carbon regulation program at the Environmental Protection Agency, but the Senate rejected four different measures that would have stopped or delayed action.
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Sarah Laskow | President Obama made an energy speech this week that had little new to offer, while on Capitol Hill, Republicans were pushing to relieve the government of its last options to limit carbon emissions.
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Sarah Laskow | The natural gas industry is afraid that Josh Fox, director of the muckraking film Gasland, might win an Oscar on Sunday.
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Sarah Laskow | An Ecuadorian judge ordered Chevron this week to pay $8.6 billion in damages for polluting the Amazon rainforest from 1964 until 1990.
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Sarah Laskow | The argument against natural gas got a boost this week, when a U.S. congressional investigation turned up evidence that oil and gas companies were using diesel gas to extract gas from the ground.
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Media Consortium Blogger, Sarah Laskow | It's the naughty children who get coal in their stockings, and it seems Americans must have been naughty this year. Because across the country, we're awash with coal, carcinogens, and other toxins.
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Sarah Laskow | American industries and consumers are steadily polluting U.S. water systems.