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• Latinos Leading On Climate Change
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The spiderweb of infrastructure at Prudhoe Bay’s oilfield will be replicated at the Arctic Refuge if it’s opened to drilling—a fact legislators downplay.
Jobs, homes and lives are at risk when extreme weather strikes the communities that grow America’s food.
Rachel Carson knew she was dying as she wrote fondly to her friend, Dorothy Freeman, of their time together. “But most of all, I shall remember the Monarchs.”
Recently-announced coal plant retirements, combined with the planned addition of nearly 4,000 MW of wind by 2018, means wind capacity could exceed coal as soon as next year.