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News Stories Written by Metcalf Alumni

Metcalf’s mission is to increase informed public engagement of complex science and environmental issues by helping to improve the accuracy and clarity of reporting on these issues.

Metcalf alumni represent news organizations all over the country and different parts of the world. Here are just a few stories written by journalists following Metcalf programs, as well as stories written about a wide range of environmental issues.

 

 

Hurricane Irma’s Overlooked Victims: Migrant Farm Workers Living on the Edge
Climate Climate News
Georgiana Gustin
October 17, 2017

Up to 9,350 barrels of oil released in Gulf 40 miles SE of Venice
The Times-Picayune
Mark Schleifstein
October 16, 2017

California Wildfires Are Among Deadliest in State History
The Wall Street Journal
Erin Ailworth
October 13, 2017

Algae that causes brown tide blooms again in Long Island bays
Newsday
Emily C. Dooley
October 13, 2017

Trump’s EPA Can’t Even Cook the Books Right
New Republic
Emily Atkin
October 10, 2017

With several islands in recovery mode, some vacation advice
ABC News
Beth J. Harpaz
October 10, 2017

Orleans forum to focus on wastewater questions 
Cape Cod Times
Mary Ann Bragg
October 10, 2017

Minnesota conservatives praise Clean Power Plan rollback
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
October 10, 2017

Bipartisan Bill Would Prop Up Coal Miners’ Pensions
Ohio Valley Resource
Becca Schimmel
October 4, 2017

Family Day tailgate new for some, old for others
The Wichitan
Mia Heck
October 3, 2017

House clears FAA stopgap, avoiding shutdown
Politico
Lauren Gardener
September 28, 2017

As Flooding Incidents Increase, So Does the Possibility of Federal Buyouts
WWNO
Molly Peterson
September 28, 2017

Suffolk County plans to drill test wells at Sand Land site
Newsday
Emily C. Dooley
September 23, 2017

Jose’s biggest impact on Maine could be Hurricane Maria
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
September 22, 2017

Long-lost Congo notebooks may shed light on how trees react to climate change
The Guardian
Daniel Grossman
September 22, 2017

Federal court upholds contentious ‘roadless rule’ for national forests
KTOO Public Media
Jacob Resneck
September 22, 2017

Relief in sight for neighbors of ‘unsightly’ pond on Lake Forest HS campus
Chicago Tribune
Mark Lawton
September 22, 2017

14 States: We’re on Track to Meet Paris Climate Goals, Despite Trump
Inside Climate News
Georgina Gustin
September 21, 2017

Better Labels, Less Food Waste: Companies Agree to Simplify ‘Use by’ Tags
Inside Climate News
Georgina Gustin
September 21, 2017

Montana set to take over deadly asbestos cleanup site 
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
September 21, 2017

Salem Releases Untreated Sewage Into The Willamette River
Oregon Public Broadcasting
Tracy Loew
September 20, 2017

Puget Sound Partnership – State Of The Sound Report
Northwest Public Radio
Bellamy Pailthorp
September 20, 2017

Key Arctic Research Station Set to Close Because of Liberal Government’s Funding Cuts
Desmog Canada
Judith Lavoie
September 20, 2017

Colder, Snowier Winter May Slam Great Lakes Due to La Nina Rapidly Developing

MLive
Mark Torregrossa
September 15, 2017

Holding Big Polluters Accountable
Audubon
Meredith Ruthland Bauer
September 14, 2017

Adapting to Climate Change
Audubon
Joshua Zaffos
September 14, 2017

Zoned for Displacement
CityLab
Brentin Mock
September 13, 2017

One Lesson From Harvey & Irma: Better Evacuations 
The Sacramento Bee
Karin Klein
September 12, 2017

Hurricane Irma Linked to Climate Change? For Some, a Very ‘Insensitive’ Question
New York Times
Lisa Friedman
September 11, 2017

Damage from Hurricane Irma and Harvey Add to Growing U.S. Costs of Climate Change
Inside Climate News
Georgina Gustin
September 11, 2017

Alaska Supreme Court reaffirms tribal immunity from lawsuits 
KTOO Public Media
Jacob Resneck
September 8, 2017

Florida Nuclear Plants Say They’re Not at Risk from Irma
Bloomberg News
Jack Kaskey and Brian Sullivan
September 8, 2017

Houston Has to Decide Whether to Rethink its Redevelopment Strategy
Marketplace
Andy Uhler
September 8, 2017

Oregon’s Eagle Creek Fire and the New Reality of Life in the Smoked-Filled American West
The New Yorker
Michelle Nijhuis
September 7, 2017

This Weather is Not Normal. And it Will Only Get Worse
New Republic
Emily Atkin
September 7, 2017

The Corporate Hurricane: Houston’s CEOs Race to Mend a Battered Workforce
Wall Street Journal
Erin Ailworth, Venessa Fuhrmans and Lynn Cook
September 7, 2017

Wind Power Wins Converts in Rural U.S
Wall Street Journal
Erin Ailworth
September 6, 2017

Orange Juice Climbs as Florida Watches the Path of Irma
Wall Street Journal
Julie Wernau
September 6, 2017

WV DEP Looking for Impaired Waterways Data
West Virginia Public Radio
Glynis Board
September 6, 2017

The Marsh at the End of the World
Guernica
Elizabeth Rush
September 5, 2017

This Flood-Savaged Hamlet Proves Climate Change Isn’t Just a Coastal Concern
Narratively Environment
Penny Loeb
September 5, 2017

Harvey Victims in Houston Fear Deportation as Trump Scraps DACA
Aljazeera
Allen Schauffler
September 5, 2017

Great Lakes Weather Key to Hurricane Irma Track
MLive
Mark Torregrossa
September 5, 2017

What You Need to Know About LA’s Urban Heat Problem 
KCRW
Molly Peterson
September 5, 2017

Numerous Beaches Closed to Shellfish Harvesting
Northwest Public Radio
Bellamy Pailthorp
September 4, 2017

World’s Most Crucial Chemical Suddenly on Short Supply on Harvey
Bloomberg News
Jack Kaskey
September 2, 2017

Where the Government Spends to Keep People in Flood-Prone Neighborhoods
Texas Tribune
Lisa Song
September 1, 2017

Harvey has Morphed into a Multi-Prong Environmental Disaster
New Republic
Emily Atkin
August 31, 2017

Houston’s Historically Black Neighborhoods Devastated by Flooding, with Little Safety Nets
Texas Tribune/Reveal
Neena Satija and Kiah Collier
August 31, 2017

In Georgia’s Peach Orchards, Warm Winters Raise Specter of Climate Change
Inside Climate
Meera Subramanian
August 31, 2017

WVA Researchers Explore Region’s Gas Storage Potential
West Virginia Public Radio
Glynis Board
August 30, 2017

The Delta is Sinking: Scientists Think Planting Rice will Help
News Deeply
Meredith Rutland Bauer
August 30, 2017

After Hurricane Harvey, Food Safety Matters as Much as Food Supply
NewFoodEconomy.com
Jesse Hirsch
August 29, 2017

Harvey Plays into Partisan Divide on National Program
Greenwire
Ariel Wittenberg
August 29, 2017

The Link Between Hurricanes & Climate Change 
Yale Climate Connections
Sara Peach
August 28, 2017

Just in Time for School, Lead Fixes Almost Finished for Salem-Keizer
KGW.com
Tracy Loew
August 27, 2017

NOAA Probes 13 North Atlantic Whale Deaths
Newsday
Emily Dooley
August 25, 2017

Strip Mining Science: Trump Administration Stops Mining Study
West Virginia Public Radio
Glynis Board
August 25, 2017

Expert: Rust Tide Bloom Off East End Could Kill Finfish, Shellfish
Newsday
Emily C. Dooley
August 23, 2017

New Warren County School Continues Energy Efficiency Program That’s Saved $11 Million
WKU Public Radio
Rhonda Miller
August 22, 2017

EPA Budget Cuts Threaten to Slow Uranium Cleanup at Navajo Nation
Reveal
Autumn Spanne
August 21, 2017

Researcher finds new evidence of western forest decline
Yale Climate Connections
Daniel Grossman
August 17, 2017

Coal Hard Cash: WV Governor Wants Federal Money For Eastern Coal
WVIK NPR
Glynis Board
August 16, 2017

DEC head, other officials tour Wantagh plume site
Newsday
Emily C Dooley
August 10, 2017

EPA Halfway Through Cleanup of Contaminated Soil at 4,000 Homes in Evansville
Public Radio Service of WKU
Rhonda Miller
August 10, 2017

Al Gore’s New Climate-Change Documentary
The New Yorker
Michelle Nijhuis
July 29, 2017

12 Years After Gulf Oil Platform Destroyed, Feds Start Investigating Environmental Damage
NOLA
Mark Schleifstein
July 28, 2017

Forestry Consultant Who Warned of Timber Overcutting Continues Court Battle
Desmog Canada
Judith Lavoie
July 27, 2017

Possible Water Chief’s Lawyer’s Lawyer Who’s Sued Agency
E&E News
Ariel Wittenberg
July 27, 2017

Trump Administration Moving Closer to Picking Science Director
EOS
Randy Showstack
July 27, 2017

U.S. House Hacks Away at Renewable Energy, Efficiency Programs
Inside Climate News
Marianne Lavelle
July 27, 2017

Philadelphia’s Building Boom Gives Rise to Another Hidden Lead Risk
PlanPhilly
Catalina Jaramillo
July 26, 2017

Want to Fight Climate Change? Have Fewer Kids
The Sacramento Bee
Karin Klein
July 26, 2017

On the Banks of the Jordan River, Neanderthals Ate Stinky Turtles 60,000 Years Ago
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
July 25,2017

Portland Kicks Off Bike Service Adapted for All Abilities
Metro News
Ambar Espinoza
July 25, 2017

As Foodies Seek Local, Midwest Farmers Go Global
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
July 25, 2017

How to Defend Science from Political Interference
DeSmog Canada
Judith Lavoie
July 25, 2017

West Virginia DEP Orders Rover Pipeline to ‘Cease and Desist’
Virginia Public Radio
Glynis Board
July 25, 2017

Washington ‘Firewise’ Program Expansion Not Funded Without Capital Budget
Northwest Public Radio
Bellamy Pailthorp
July 24, 2017

Humpback Whale Disentangled Off Cape
Cape Cod Times
Mary Ann Bragg
July 23, 2017

One-Third of LI Superfund Sites Being Re-Evaluated for Radioactive Compounds
Newsday
Emily C. Dooley
July 22, 2017

Sierra National Forest Offers 2017 Progressive Seedling Program to Area Residents
Sierra National Forest
July 21, 2017

Why Isn’s Gastineau Channel Navigable All the Way Through?
KTOO
Jacob Resneck
July 21, 2017

Oddly Large 2700-year-old Water System with Primitive Engravings Found in Israel
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
July 21, 2017

Climate is Killing Us Right Now
New Republic
Emily Atkin
July 20, 2017

State DEC Officers Search Bay Shore Facility in Dumping Probe
Newsday
Emily Dooley
July 20, 2017

TimesTalks: Al Gore on Climate Change
New York Times
Coral Davenport
July 18, 2018

Egypt Faces Water Insecurity as Ethopian Mega-Dam Starts Filling
Climate Home
Aya Nader
July 18, 2017

Sea Level Rise to Cause Chronic Flooding in Delaware Bay and Jersey Coast, Scientists Say
StateImpact Pennslyvania
Catalina Jaramillo
July 14, 2017

These Ocean Plastic Collectors Might End up Collecting More Silicon Valley Money than Trash
The Verge
Alessandra Potenza
July 13, 2017

US Bars People From Disentangling Whales After Canadian’s Death
BDN Maine
Bill Trotter
July 13, 2017

The CDC’s Ties to Coca Cola Go Deeper Than Its New Director
The New Food Economy
Jesse Hirsch
July 11th, 2017

Mining Company Gets Federal Approval to Use B.C. Fish-Bearing Streams to Dump Tailings
DESMOG CANADA
Judith Lavoie
July 11, 2017

Sewer Problem Pushes Provincetown Patrons to Porta-Potties
Cape Cod Times
Mary Ann Bragg
July 11, 2017

Sugar Falls as Bulls Lose Steam
Fox Business
Julie Wernau
July 10, 2017

Minnesota Could Get The ‘All Clear’ on Measles Outbreak by End of Month
MPR News
Elizabeth Dunbar
July 10, 2017

Trump’s Air Traffic Overhaul Faces Bumpy Skies
Politico
Lauren Gardner
July 9, 2017

Dead Minke Whale Suffered From Acute Infection
Cape Cod Times
Maryann Bragg
July 8, 2017

Northwest Potato Crop Slightly Late
Packer
Ralph Schwartz
July 8, 2017

Your Chocolate Might Have Survived This Fungus in Ecuador
Yes! Magazine
Meredith Rutland Bauer
July 7, 2017

Maine’s New Food Sovereignty Law Means Neighbors Can Sell Each Other Raw Milk
The New Food Economy
Jesse Hirsch
July 7, 2017

Trump’s Analysis Slashes WOTUS’s Economic Benefits
Greenwire
Ariel Wittenberg
July 7, 2017

On US Rivers From WV to NC, Teflon’s Old Cancer Ties Stoking New Fears
Charleston Gazette-Mail
Tiffany Kary & Jack Kaskey
July 6,2017

Study: Worcester Co. Would Benefit Economically From Climate Change
WBJournal
Grant Welker
July 6, 2017

Egg Prices are at a Record Low, and Nobody’s Buying Cage-Free
The Food Economy
Jesse Hirsch
July 6, 2017

One of Oil’s Most Prominent Bulls Is Sounding Like a Pessimist
World Oil
Alex Nussbaum & Simone Foxman
July 5, 2017

When Instagram Celebs Are Paid to Shill Sham Science
The New Food Economy
Jesse Hirsch
July 5, 2017

China’s Climate Hoax Punks Willing American Dupes
Washington Examiner
Timothy P. Carney
July 4, 2017

First Nations Bear Brunt of B.C.’s Sprawling Fracking Operations: New Report
DESMOG CANADA
Judith Lavoie
July 4, 2017

Skulls From 11,5oo-year Ancestor Cult Found in Oldest Temple in the World
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
June 29, 2017

Toxic Algae Considered Possible Cause in Whale Deaths
The Bangor Daily News
Bill Totter
June 28, 2017

New Island Appears Off U.S. Coast
National Geographic
Craig Welch
June 27, 2017

Divestment Proposal Pits Coal States Against California
Resource
Glynis Board
June 27, 2017

New Campaign Aims to Boost Chicago’s Dismal Recycling Rate
WTTW
Elizabeth Brackett
June 27, 2017

Hazardous Waste Investigators to Inspect Former Grumman Building
Newsday
Emily C. Dooley
June 27, 2017

Power Line Move in Orleans Sparks Concerns
Cape Cod Time
Mary Ann Brag
June 27, 2017

E.P.A. Official Pressured Scientist on Congressional Testimony, Emails Show
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
June 26, 2017

Where does Chicago’s Garbage go?
WTTW
Elizabeth Brackett
June 26, 2017

Beware floating fire ant colonies during floods
AL.com
Dennis Pillion
June 22, 2017

A Major Asthma Drugmaker Has Been Quietly Investing in Coal on the Side
New Republic
June 21, 2017
Emily Atkins

Why Instagram is This Journalist’s Favorite?
Mediashift
Sonia Narang
June 21, 2017

Frackers Collide With Traditional Oil Drillers?
The Wall Street Journal
Erin Ailworth
June 20, 2017

Gulf of Mexico’s 2017 ‘Dead Zone’ Predicted to Be Third Largest in 32 Years
NOLA
Mark Schleifstein
June 20, 2017

Trump-era Climate Resistance, From a Beachside in Rhode Island
Climate Home
Megan Darby
June 20, 2017

New Law Could Make California Fishing Licenses More User Friendly
MarketPlace
Andy Uhler
June 20, 2017

California Fishermen, Once Blocked by Conservationists, Now Work with Them
MarketPlace
Andy Uhler
June 19, 2017

Rick Perry Denies Climate Change Role of CO2
InsideClimate News
Marianne Lavelle
June 19, 2017

As People Move Inland, Learning From Past Migrations
New Orleans Public Radio
Tegan Wendland
June 15, 2017

Climate Change Pushing Tropical Diseases Towards Arctic
National Geographic
Craig Welch
June 14, 2017

Sea Lamprey:The Greatest Invasive Control Success Story
IJC
Kevin Bunch
June 12, 2017

Trump Names BP Oil Spill Lawyer, Climate Policy Foe as Top DOJ Environment Attorney
InsideClimate
Marianne Lavelle
June 6, 2017

Trump’s Infrastructure Pitch Adds to Legislative Pileup
Politico
Andrew Restuccia & Lauren Gardner
June 5, 2017

Kentucky State Climatologist says Extensive Data is Available for Decision Makers on Climate Change
WKU
Rhonda Miller
June 5, 2017

How G.O.P Leaders Came to View Climate Change as Fake Science
The New York Times
Coral Davenport & Eric Lipton
June 3, 2017

Key Negotiator of Paris Climate Agreement Says Pulling Out is ‘Inexplicable’
MarketPlace
Andy Uhler
June 1, 2017

Two US Standards for Fuel Efficiency: California and Everyone Else
Marketplace
Andy Uhler
May 31, 2017

US Homeland Security Chief with Haitian Leaders
Associated Press
David McFadden
May 31, 2017

Scientists are Testing a “Vaccine” Against Climate Change Denial
Vox
Michelle Nijhuis
May 31, 2017

What Will Happen if President Trump Pulls out of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change?
Marketplace
Andy Uhler
May 29, 2017

Michigan CAFO’s Get Subsidies Despite Mounting Violations, Report Claims
MLive
Garret Ellison
May 25, 2017

Trump Budget Prompts Question: Does the U.S Still Need to Hoard Oil in Reserve?
The Wall Street Journal
Alison Sider & Erin Ailworth
May 24, 2017

The Common Language of Conservation
The Last Word on Nothing
Michelle Nijhuis
May 24, 2017

Trump Administration Says It Isn’t Anti-Science As It Seeks to Slash EPA Science Office
ProPublica
Lisa Song
May 24, 2017

China Says No Mining in its Immediate Plans for Antarctica
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
May 22, 2017

Trump’s Budget Would Wallop EPA’s Climate & Environment Programs
InsideClimate
Marianne Lavelle & Georgina Gustin
May 20, 2017

The Coral Reefs You Never hears of in the Path of Trump’s Drilling Plan
InsideClimate
Marianne Lavelle
May 19, 2017

China, Japan Extract Combustible Ice From Seafloor
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
May 19, 2017

The Self-Medicating Animal
New York Times
Moises Velasquez-Manoff
May 18, 2017

Last Winter Shows Warming Globe Will Still Pack Some Brutal Winters
MLive
Mark Torresgrossa
May 17, 2017

China, India to Reach Climate Goals Years Early, as U.S. Likely to Fall Far Short
InsideClimateNews
Marianne Lavelle
May 16, 2017

Poison Vapor in Petoskey Condoos 35x Above EPA Safety Level
MLive
Garret Ellison
May 15, 2017

Pros and Cons on ‘Negative Emissions’ Prospects
Yale Climate Connections
Daniel Grossman
May 10, 2017

In a Win for Environmentalists, Senate Keeps an Obama-Era Climate Change Rule
New York Times
Coral Davenport
May 10, 2017

From Bad to Worse: Towns Can Lose Damaged Institutions in FEMA Loophole
Reveal
Penny Loeb
May 8, 2017

Threat of Moose-Killing Tick Infestation Looms as Far-North Climate Warms
Alaska Dispatch News
Yereth Rosen
May 8, 2017

EPA Dismisses Members of Major Scientific Review Board
New York Times
Coral Davenport
May 7, 2017

Trump Lifts Obama’s Ban as Greens Promise Legal Assault
Greenwire
Emily Yehle
April 28, 2017

Surprising Spike in Humpback Whale Deaths Alarm Scientists
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
April 28, 2017

Pruitt Pulls Out of Fundraiser After Ethics Complaint
InsideClimate
Marianne Lavelle
April 27, 2017

Anadarko Shares Fall After Colorado Blast Prompts Well Closings
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
April 27, 2017

Converting Coal Would Help China’s Smog at Climate’s Expense
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
April 25, 2017

Texas Leaders to Trump: Houston Area Needs Billions for Hurricane Protection
The Texas Tribune
Neena Satija
April 25, 2017

Lake Ontario Water Level Swells at Incredible Pace in April
MLive
Mark Torregrossa
April 25, 2017

Solar Energy Disparity Emerges Among Minnesota Schools
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
April 20, 2017

Despite Debate, Estimates of Humanity’s Impact on Climate Change are Accurate
Seeker.com
Robert S. Eschelman
April 18, 2017

The Strange Case of the Liana Vine and its Role in Global Warming
YaleEnvironment360
Daniel Grossman
April 13, 2017

EPA Chief Pruitt: U.S. Should ‘Exit’ Paris Climate Agreement
InsideClimate
Marianne Lavelle
April 13, 2017

In Coal Country, Environmental Regulations are Creating Jobs
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
April 12, 2017

Venezuela Default Could Expose U.S. Oil Infrastructure to Russian Control, Lawmakers Warn
MarketWatch
Julie Wernau
April 11, 2017

Scientists Set Baseline for Emerging Pollutants
Cape Gazette
Maddy Lauria
April 6, 2017

Coal is on the Way Outat Electric Utilities, No Matter What Trump Says
New York Times
Coral Davenport
April 5, 2017

How Water Gets From the Nile to Thirsty Refugees
NPR
Tim McDonnell
April 2, 2017

As Seas Around Mar-a-Lago Rise, Trump’s Cuts Could Damage Local Climate Work
ProPublica
Lisa Song
March 31, 2017

Purple Blooms Across Kentucky Likely a Sign of Climate Change
WKU/NPR
Rhonda Miller
March 31, 2016

Maine Lobstermen Figure Out How to Make More Money Off Their Catches
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
March 30, 2017

Environmental Groups File Lawsuit Over Trump Climate Actions
Associated Press
Matthew Brown and Tammy Webber
March 30, 2017

A C-HIT Joint Investigation: State Polluters Avoid Fines
WTNH
David Iversen
March 30,2017

Trump Wants Immediate $50 Million Great Lakes Cut to Pay for Mexico Wall
MLive
Garret Ellison
March 29, 2017

Trump’s Executive Order Will Worsen Hunger in Africa
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
March 29, 2017

Trump Signs Executive Order Unwinding Obama Climate Policies
New York Times
Coral Davenport
March 29, 2017

When Is It Time to Retreat From Climate Change?
The New Yorker
Michelle Nijhuis
March 27, 2017

Regulators Close Federal Scallop Fishing Grounds in Gulf of Maine
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
March 24, 2017

How Reagan’s EPA Chief Paved the Way for Trump’s Assault on the Agency
New Republic
Cally Carswell
March 21, 2017

The Fisheries Scientist Who Saw the Future
Hakai Magazine
Aaron Orlowski
March 15, 2017

Super-Efficient Cars Are Doable But Hit a Political Speed Bump
National Geographic
Christina Nunez
March 15, 2017

Yoga Pants, Cozy Clothes May be Key Source of Sea Pollution
Associated Press
Jennifer Kay
March 15, 2017

How Trump’s Potential Budget Cuts to the EPA Could Affect the Building Industry
Architect
Chris Bentley
March 13, 2017

The American Solar Industry Had a Historic Year
Seeker
Robert S. Eshelman
March 9, 2017

Comments on Michigan Air Contaminants, Updates on Renewable Energy
Great Lakes Echo
Jeff Kart
March 8, 2017

NOAA: Lawmakers Likely to Fight Proposed Budget Cuts
Greenwire
Emily Yehle
March 6, 2017

Turtle Latest Hurdle for Cape Cod Campground
South Coast Today
Mary Ann Bragg
March 5, 2017

In Kenya’s Forbidden Forests, Conservation Can Turn Violent
Huffington Post
Tim McDonnell
March 2, 2017

Former Montana Rep. Zinke Takes Helm of Interior Department
Associated Press
Matthew Daley
March 1, 2017

Dayton Administration Pushes Ambitious Renewable Energy Mandate
Minnesota Public Radio News
Elizabeth Dunbar
March 1, 2017

The Green Movement Is Talking About Racism? It’s About Time
Outside
Brentin Mock
February 27, 2017

Toppling Energy Illusions
MIT Technology Review
Katherine Bourzac
February 22, 2017

California Dam Crisis Could Have Been Averted
Scientific American
Jane Braxton Little
February 20, 2017

Mexican Gray Wolf Population Hits High of 113 in Wilds of Arizona, New Mexico
AZCentral.com
Brandon Loomis
February 17, 2017

Scott Pruitt, Trump’s Pick for EPA, Is Confirmed Amid Fierce Opposition
Inside Climate News
Marianne Lavelle
February 17, 2017

EPA Official, After Years of Work to Thwart the Agency’s Mission, Returns to Carry Out Trump Agenda
Inside Climate News
Marianne Lavelle
February 16, 2017

Ocean State Sea level-Rise Estimate Now Above 9 Feet
Eco RI News
Tim Faulkner
February 12, 2017

$30 Million Lawsuit Against Uniontown Landfill Protesters Dismissed
Alabama Media Group
Dennis Pillion
February 4, 2017

The Unseen Threat to Karachi’s Coastlines
Geo TV Network
Qaseem Saeed
February 3, 2017

Trump’s Ban Puts a Chill on Science and Clean Tech
Grist
Amelia Urry
February 1, 2017

Wet January Promises Southwest Drought Relief
AZCentral.com
Brandon Loomis
January 24, 2017

Tillerson Hedges on Climate Science But Supports Paris Agreement
Inside Climate
Marriane Lavelle, John H. Cushman, Neela Banerjee
January 12, 2017

Thirty Years Later, Blackfoot Tribes See Environmental Win on Sacred Grounds
Associated Press/Christian Science Monitor
Matthew Brown
January 10, 2017

Kansas Town Faces Big Bill to Clean Drinking Water
Circle of Blue
Brett Walton
January 9, 2017

Jury Awards $10.5 in Punitive Damages Against Dupont
Wyoming Public Radio
Glynis Board
January 5, 2017

Long Island to Hold Hearing on Shoreline Restoration
Newsday/Associated Press
Emily Dooley
January 5, 2017

Louisiana History Washes Away as Sea Levels Rise, Land Sinks
NPR
Tegan Wendland
January 4, 2017

Canadian Greenhouse Industry Seeks Methods to Reduce Pollution in Lake Erie
Marketplace
Karen Schaefer
January 2, 2017

Pipeline Resistance Gathers Steam From Dakota Access, Keystone Success
InsideClimate
Lisa Song
January 2, 2017

New Yellowstone Dam Challenged over Sturgeon Worries
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
January 2, 2017

Oil IPO’s Ready to Bloom Across U.S. as Crude Heads Higher
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
January 2, 2017

Dirty Job Shows Why Cholera Still Kills in Haiti
Associated Press
David McFadden
December 30, 2016

Oyster Farms Grow in Rhode Island, Are they a Problem?
MarketPlace
Andy Uhler
December 15, 2016

Water War Rider Kills Popular Forecasting Bill
Energy & Environmental Publishing
Emily Yehle
December 12, 2016

Climate Change Conversations are Targeted in Questionnaire to Energy Department
New York Times
Coral Davenport
December 9, 2016

Nuclear Plant Series Discussion with Cape Cod Times Reporter Christine Legere
and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Jacqui Banaszynski
Cape Cod Times
December 9, 2016

Plymouth Leaders Demand Answers from NRC on Pilgrim Plant
Christine Legere
Cape Cod Times
December 8, 2016

Hite Pushes Back as Lawmakers Vote to Clean Energy Freeze
Tom Henry
The Toledo Blade
December 10, 2016

Clean Energy ‘Moving Forward’ Despite Trump’s EPA Pick, Experts Say
Coral Davenport
New York Times
December 8, 2016

Trump Picks Pruitt, Climate Change Denialist, to Lead EPA
Coral Davenport and Eric Lipton
New York Times
December 7, 2017

Bees Focus of Delaware Protection Effort
Molly Murray
The News Journal
December 5, 2016

Deepwater Wind Announces Plans for Maryland Wind Project
Ambar Espinoza
RINPR
December 2, 2016

Trump’s First 100 Days: Environment Policy and Public Lands
Cally Carswell
Scientific American
December 1, 2016

Threaten, Endangered Salamanders Missing from San Marcos Facility
Brendan Gibbons
San Antonio Express
December 1, 2016

West Virginia Settles Fraud Suit Over Alpha Bankruptcy Plan
Stephanie Joyce
Wyoming Public Radio
November 30, 2016

ND Gov: We Won’t Block Supplies to Protestors
Elizabeth Dunbar
Minnesota Public Radio
November 30, 2016

18 States Challenge Obama Administration”s Critical Habitat Rules
Emily Yehle
Greenwire
November 30, 2016

What Does Donald Trump Think About Climate Change? He Doesn’t Know Either
The Atlantic
Tim O’Donnell
November 22, 2016

Will Klamath River Salmon Thrive Again After Dams Are Gone?
KQED
Molly Peterson
November 22, 2016.

U.S. Moves to Block Mining at Yellowstone
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
November 21, 2016

State of Bays: More Work Needed
Cape Gazette
Maddy Lauria
November 18, 2016

Adam Harim Cited for Dozens of Violations
Cape Gazette
Maddy Lauria
November 16, 2016

Quiet: A Soldier’s Fight for the Most Silent Place in America
Seattle Met
Madeline Ostrander
November 16, 2016

Election Puts Change in the Wind on Minn. Energy Policy
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
November 15, 2016

Donald Trump’s Pick for Interior Secretary Could do a Lot of Damage
The Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
November 14, 2016

In Trump’s World, Environmental Movement Wrestles with it’s Future
Inside Climate News
Marianne Lavelle
November 14, 2016

Defying Trend, Northeast Harbor on MDI says No to Cruise Ships
BDN Maine
Bill Trotter
November 14, 2016

Regulators Cancel 2017 Maine Shrimp Season Amid Concerns About Depleted Stock
BDN Maine
Bill Trotter
November 12, 2016

Trump’s Victory Elevates Hopes for People in Coal Country
National Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
November 11, 2016

Mothers-to-be Struggle, Worry in Ruins of Storm-hit Haiti
The Associated Press
David McFadden
November 10, 2016

Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’
New York Times
Coral Davenport
November 10, 2016

Climate Negotiators Respond to Trump Presidency
WUBR
Daniel Grossman
November 10, 2016

Industry Winners and Losers
MarketPlace
Andy Uhler
November 10, 2016

In Trump, U.S. Puts a Climate Denier in its Highest Office and All Climate Change Action in Limbo
InsideClimate
Marianne Lavelle
November 9, 2016

Record Growing Season of Mixed Value to Growers
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
November 7, 2016

The Most Important Issue This Election Forgot
PBS NewsHour
David Biello
November 4, 2016

EPA Says Coal Job Loss Analysis Could Take Years
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
November 2, 2016

Rhode Island Plays a Key Role in Nation’s First Ocean Plan
The Westerly Sun
Elizabeth Drummond
November 2, 2016

Ohio Communities Are Still Coping With Teflon’s Toxic Legacy
WESA
Glynis Board
November 1, 2016

Study: Tree Planting Pays Off for Minneapolis, Other Cities
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
October 31, 2016

Coal Ash a Hot-Button Issue in Tight North Carolina Governors Race
Inside Climate News
Marianne Lavelle
October 27, 2016

Cloud Lingers Over MD Paper Mill’s Impact on Potomac
Bay Journal
Rona Kobell
October 28, 2016

Signs of a Strengthening Coal Market in Quarterly Results
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
October 28, 2016

Suspected Mountain Lion Filmed Near Maine Border
BDN Maine
Bill Trotter
October 29, 2016

Haitians Struggle for Clean Water Weeks After Hurricane
Associated Press
David McFadden
October 28, 2016

The Carbon Bubble: Why Investors Can No Longer Ignore Climate Risks
The Guardian
Carol J. Clouse
October 27, 2016

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Chairman Howard Frazier to Meet with President Obama to Discuss Dakota Access Pipeline
Native News
Levi Rickert
October 25, 2016

Renewable Energy Tops Coal as World’s Largest Electricity Generator
Marketplace
Andy Uhler
October 25, 2016

Sunoco Gas Pipeline Ruptures in Lycoming County
NRP: StateImpact
Susan Phillips
October 21, 2016

Bogus Industry-Funded Studies Undermine Public Trust in Science
Sacramento Bee
Karin Klein
October 24, 2016

Venezuelan Wants U.S at Oil Meeting
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum and Fabiola Zerpa
October 23, 2016

Local Bans of Fracking Hang in the Balance in Colorado Ballot Fight
Inside Climate News
Marianne Lavelle
October 19, 2016

Global Warming Experiment Turns Up the Heat in Puerto Rican Forest
The Guardian
Daniel Grossman
October 17, 2016

Political Change Powers Up Wyoming’s Wind Industry
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
October 14, 2016

A decade of crop loss from Hurricane Matthew in Haiti
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
David McFadden and Ben Fox
October 14, 2016

EFSB Suspends its Review of Burrillville Power Plant Application
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
October 14, 2016

Nations, Fighting Powerful Refrigerant that Warms Planet, Reach Landmark Deal
New York Times
Coral Davenport
October 15, 2016

Groups to Oregon: Marbled Murrelets Need Endangered Species Protections
The Oregonian
Kelly House
October 10, 2016

Bay Journal’s Covered Ebb, Flow of Chesapeake Bay Issues for 25 Years
Bay Journal
Rona Kobel
October 8, 2016

The Fight for Clean Power
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
October 6, 2016

Hard-hit Haiti Starts to Measure Scale of Hurricane Matthew Disaster
The Associated Press
David McFadden
October 6, 2016

Matthew Blamed for 16 Deaths in Caribbean
Associated Press
David McFadden
October 6, 2016

Hurricane Mathew Hitting Bahamas as Haiti Tries to Dig Out
Associated Press
David McFadden
October 6, 2016

AP-NC–North Carolina News Digest, NC
Associated Press
David McFadden
October 6, 2016

No Fines, No Follow-Up After Massive Explosion at Wyoming Natural Gas Plant
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
October 5, 2016

After Battering Haiti, Hurricane Matthew Hits the Bahamas
Associated Press
David McFadden
October 5, 2016

Clown Pranks in US Causing Major Disruptions, Wasting Police Resources
Associated Press
David McFadden
October 5, 2016

Hurricane Matthew Slams Haiti, Takes Aim at US East Coast
Associated Press
David McFadden
October 4, 2016

How Outdoor Schooles are Changing the Way Kids Learn
EarthFix
Katie Campbell
October 4, 2016

OPEC ‘Capitulation’ Still Leaves Hurdles for U.S. Shale Drillers
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
September 30, 2016

How Climate Change is Fueling a Food Crisis in Kenya, Uganda, and Nigeria
National Geographic
Tim O’Donnell
September 29, 2016

Appeals Court Hears Challenge to Obama’s Climate Change Rules
New York Times
Coral Davenport
September 28, 2016

Maine Deploys Tech to Track Harvesting of Sea Urchins
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
September 23, 2016

U.N. Signals that Climate Bill has Backing Needed to Enter Force
New York Times
Coral Davenport
September 20, 2016

The Racial Justice Flaws in California’s Climate Laws
City Lab
Brentin Mock
September 15, 2016

Europe Could Vote Next Spring To Ban Live North American Lobsters
Bill Trotter
BDN Maine
September 9, 2016

Obama on Climate Change: The Trends are ‘Terrifying’
Coral Davenport
New York Times
September 8, 2016

Heavy Rain, Sewage Put Damper on Minnesota Lake
Elizabeth Dunbar
Minnesota Public Radio
September 6, 2016

At Point Judith, Capturing the Fishing Industry’s Past and Present
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
September 5, 2016

World’s Largest Gorilla Moved to ‘Critically Endangered’ Status
The Washington Post
Allie Wilkinson
September 4, 2016

Stop Storing Hazardous Rail Cars on Leake Ave., Neighborhood Association Says
The Times-Picayune
Mark Schleifstein
September 2, 2016

Is the EPA Doing All it Can to Protect Children from Lead Poisoning
City Lab
Brentin Mock
September 1, 2016

Thousands of Homes Keep Flooding, Yet They Keep Being Rebuilt Again
Yale Environment 360
Katherine Bagley
August 30, 2016

Opponents of Fossil Fuel Exports Rally Around Lummi Totem Pole Journey
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
August 29, 2016

U.S. National Park Service Grapples with its Racist Origins
City Lab
Brentin Mock
August 26, 2016

Water Give Away Threatens Livelihoods, Wildlife
The Oregonian
Kelly House
August 26, 2016

Seeking to Reverse Bee Decline, Dayton Orders Limits on Pesticide Use
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar and Dan Gunderson
August 26, 2016

Power Play: Experts Say Killing Clean Power Plan Won’t Revive Coal
WV Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
August 26, 2016

Shanty Boat’ on Journey to Capture Life on River
The Daily Progress
Dennis Pillion
August 25, 201

Arctic Luxury Liner Cruises Into Controversy And Opportunity
The Christian Science Monitor
Noelle Swan
August 22, 2016

Haiti Welcomes UN Admission, Plans to Assist Cholera Victims
Associated Press
David McFadden
August 19, 2016

Burrillville Water Supplier Not an Option for Proposed Power Plant
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
August 19, 2016

Can Flood Insurance Program Afford Louisiana
Marketplace
Andy Uhler
August 18, 2016

Louisiana Flood of 2016 Resulted From ‘1000 Year’ Rain in Two Days
The Times Picayune
Mark Schleifstein
August 15, 2016

As Ocean Warm, Changes on the Job for Rhode Island Lobstermen
Marketplace
Andy Uhler
August 12, 2016

Federal Government Recommends States Halt Self-Bonding
Wyoming Public Media
Stephanie Joyce
August 11, 2016

Permian Continues Drawing Driller Interest Despite Downturn
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
August 9, 2016

Climate Change Warning Sign Getting Stronger
Toledo Blade
Tom Henry
August 8, 2016

Climate Cast: Reasons for Hope Amid the Climate Crisis
Minnesota Public Radio News
Elizabeth Dunbar
August 3, 2016

Cumberland Investigates Source Of PFOA In Drinking Water
RIPR
Ambar Espinoza
August 3, 2016

Group Building Community Solar Farm in Bar Harbor
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
August 2, 2016

Climate Change Divide Bursts to Forefront in Presidential Campaign
New York Times
Coral Davenport
August 1, 2016

Zika Mosquito Thrives in Hot Weather, Hard to Wipe Out
Associated Press
Jennifer Kay and Mike Strobbe
July 29, 2016

California Adds Atrazine to List of Toxic Chemicals, But No Ban
KQED
Lindsey Hoshaw
July 28, 2016

Mennonite Volunteers Build Wooden Bridges Over Troubled Water in W.Va
WV Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
July 27, 2016

Federal Coal Ash Case Could Impact Cleanups Beyond Virginia
Bay Journal
Whitney Pipkin
July 27, 2016

The Flood Next Time: Warming Raises The Risk Of Disaster
WV Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
July 25, 2016

Trees are Dying All Over Southern California and there is No Remedy. Here’s Why.
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
July 24, 2016

The Flood Next Time: Warming Raises the Risk of Disaster 
Ohio Valley Resource
Glynis Board
July 22, 2016

Fighting Obama’s Climate Plan, but Quietly Preparing to Comply
New York Times
Coral Davenport
July 19, 2016

Environmentalists: Proposal Could Add Invasive Species to Great Lakes
WTTW
Elizabeth Brackett
July 6, 2016

Why the State Won’t Blast These Roadside Rock Ledges in Ellsworth
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
July 4, 2016

Keeping Track of Butterflies
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
July 3, 2016

Tribes in Alaska Can Now Take Lands Into Trust
Lori Townsend
Alaska Public Media
July 1, 2016

Climate Change and Flooding in West Virginia
WV Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
July 1, 2016

Here’s the Next Big Story on Climate Change
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
June 30, 2016

Canned Food Increases Exposure to Toxic Chemicals
KQED
Lindsey Hoshaw
June 29, 2016

How Do Trump and Clinton Differ on Conservation?
High Country News
Joshua Zaffos
June 28, 2016

‘Horrifying’ Research Seeks to Save Hawaii Reefs
Yale Climate Connections
Danial Grossman
June 28, 2016

Science Organizations Again Urge Congress to Take Climate Change Seriously
Inside Climate
Lisa Song
June 28, 2016

Sea-Tac International Becomes First ‘Salmon Safe’ Airport in the U.S.
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
June 28, 2016

BP Oil Spill Cost Fishing Industry at least $94.7 million in 2010
NOLA.Com
Mark Schleifstein
June 27, 2016

U.S. Water Utilities Not Prepared for Catastrophe
Circle of Blue
Brett Walton
June 23, 2016

Whale Fossil Pieces Dating Back at Least 10 Million Years Found at Irvine Landfill
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
June 22, 2016

Obama Fracking Rule is Struck Down by Court
New York Times
Coral Davenport
June 22, 2016

Oregon Moves to Protect Ocean’s Small Fish from Hooks, Nets
The Oregonian
Kelly House
June 17, 2016

Smaller Minnesota Cities Take the Lead in Sustainability
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
June 17, 2016

Lawsuit Accuses Range Resources and Lab of Doctoring Water Test Results
Pennsylvania State Impact
Susan Phillips
June 15, 2016

California Condor Population Reaches New Heights in 2015
Environment360
Karin Klein
June 13, 2016

Q & A: How a Soybean Boom Threatens the Amazon
Food & Environment Reporting Network
Daniel Grossman
June 13, 2016

1 Day after Portland Harbor Cleanup Plan Emerges, Public Scrutiny Begins
The Oregonian
Kelly House
June 10, 2016

Acadia Officials: Bridge project to Consider Impact on Rats
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
June 10, 2016

Plea for Transparency on Power Plant Fall Deaf on Some Ears
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
June 9, 2016

Senate Approves Updates of Toxic Chemical Regulations
New York Times
Coral Davenport
June 7, 2016

Who’s in Charge? Getting Western States to Agree on Renewable Energy
NPR
Stephanie Joyce & Lauren Sommer
June 7, 2016

Overfishing Could Push European Fish Species to Extinction
Science Magazine
Allie Wilkinson
June 3, 2016

Environmental Groups Push for Stronger Polar Code
Arctic Deeply
Dom Yanchunas
June 3, 2016

Obama Bans Almost All Ivory Sales
Greenwire
Emily Yehle
June 2, 2016

Judge Rules Federal Agency Overstepped its Bounds on Cormorant Control
Michigan Public Radio
Rebecca Williams
June 2, 2016

USGS Map Reveals Long-Term Changes in America’s Groundwater Quality
Circle of Blue
Brett Walton
June 2, 2016

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Thinks Farmers Can Help Solve Global Warming
Scientific American
David Biello
June 1, 2016

Hidden, Abandoned, Dangerous: Old Gas And Oil Wells In Neighborhoods
NPR
Stephanie Joyce
May 30, 2016

Danger Below? New Properties Hide Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells
WFDD
Stephanie Joyce
May 30, 2016

Celebrate 100 Years of National Parks With This Stunning Road Trip
Good Magazine
Jesse Hirsch
May 30, 2016

Feds Expect More Tropical Storms Than Last 3 Years
Associated Press
Jennifer Kay
May 27, 2016

A Challenge to Trump’s Energy Claims: Economic Reality
New York Times
Coral Davenport
May 27, 2016

Faced with Water Crisis, Waukesha Looks to Lake Michigan for Help
WTTW
Elizabeth Brackett
May 24, 2016

The Next UN Secretary General Will Likely Be a Woman
Good Magazine
Jesse Hirsch
May 24, 2016

Fishways Improved Along Saugatucket River in Wakefield
RIPR
Ambar Espinoza
May 23, 2016

Concern in Haiti Over Emerging Condition Linked to Zika
Associated Press
David McFadden
May 23, 2016

Senators Push Feds to Raise Liability Stakes on Mackinac Pipeline
MLife
Garret Ellison
May 22, 2016

Trump Wants to “Renegotiate” the Paris Climate Deal
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
May 17, 2016

Radiation Risks from West Lake, Cold Water Creek Low, Experts Day
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Jacob Barker
May 13, 2016

Environmentalists Hate Fracking. Are They Right?
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
May 11, 2016

Exxon Profits Plunge 63% to Worst Net Income Since 1999
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum and Joe Carroll
April 29, 2016

Congress Votes to Designate Bison as National Mammal
Associated Press
Matthew Brown and Matthew Daly
April 29, 2016

Company Seeks to Store Nuclear Waste from Rancho Seco, Other Power Plants
Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
April 28, 2016

Filtering Drinking Water with Nanofibers
MIT Technology Review
Daniel Lovering
April 22, 2016

Drowning Marshes: Where Does a Species Go When the Nursery Floods
Providence Journal
Alex Kuffner
April 19, 2016

Israel’s Water Resources Ethic: More With Less
Circle of Blue
Brett Walton
April 14, 2016

Making Ships and Ports Greener
RINPR
Ambar Espinoza
April 4, 2016

Maine Lobster Crate Found Near Bangor (No, Not that Bangor)
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
March 31, 2016

Washington Coastsavers Use ‘Volunteerism’ to Propel Marine Cleanup
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
March 31, 2016

Haiti Migrants No Longer Stranded on Desolate Border
Associated Press
David Mcfadden
March 29, 2016

Climate Policy Advocates Take a Page from Same-Sex Marriage Playbook
New York Times
Coral Davenport
March 29, 2016

The Messaging Guru is Helping Utilities Clean Up their Appearance
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
March 29, 2016

A Million-Dollar Question: As Sea Levels Rise, How can Coastal Communities Adapt?
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
March 29, 2016

50-Year Roads would Cost $140 Billion in the First Decade, Says MDOT
MLive
Garret Ellison
March 28, 2016

Regional Official Fears Mosquitoes that Transmit Zika Could Enter Region
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
March 24, 2016

Despite Chill, Elver Fisherman Eager to Start Season
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
March 24, 2016

Activists Call for Closure of Waukegan Coal-Fired Power Plant
Chicago Public Media
Elizabeth Brackett
March 23, 2016

In the Rite of Spring, Falcons Return to Acadia
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
March 22, 2016

Oil Companies Slash Dividends, Erasing Billions in Income for Investors
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
March 18, 2016

Food Insecurity: Arctic Heat is Threatening Indigenous Life
Yale Environment 360
Ed Struzik
March 18, 2016

Natural Gas Pipeline Explosion Prompts Stronger Safety Rules
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
March 17, 2016

Here’s What Green Groups are Saying About Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland
Vice News
Matt Smith
March 17, 2016

E.P.A Faces Bigger Tasks, Smaller Budgets and Louder Critics
New York Times
Coral Davenport
March 16, 2016

Will Merrick Garland Save Obama’s Climate Legacy
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
March 16, 2016

Water Wars: Orange County Water District Wants Desalinated Water; Irvine Ranch Doesn’t
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
March 14, 2016

Tricky decision: Who gets a heads-up before a rollout?
Environment & Energy Publishing
Emily Yehle
March 11, 2016

Clinton and Sanders Want to Restrict Fracking. Will That Make Global Warming Worse?
Climate Desk
Tim McDonnell
March 9, 2016

Timing Is Everything When It Comes To Your Future Electricity Bill
Wyoming Public Media
Stephanie Joyce
March 5, 2016

Loberstermen Dispute Finding That New England Lobsters Are At Record Lows
RIPR
Ambar Espinoza
March 4, 2016

Cholera quietly still kills dozens a month in Haiti
Associated Press
David McFadden
March 4, 2016

DNR Clarifies its Proposal for Moose Range
Outdoor News
Javier Serna
March 3, 2016

Why Isn’t Texas Ready for the Next Big Hurricane? ProPublic and Texas Tribune Investigate
ProPublica and Texas Tribune
Neena Satija and Kiah Collier
March 3, 2016

McClendon’s American Energy will operate still
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
March 3, 2016

BP Oil Spill Damage ‘Dramatically Diminished’, Scientists Say
The Times-Picayune
Mark Schleifstein
March 2, 2016

One Man’s Mission to Reinvent the Northern Panhandle
West Virginia Public Radio
Glynis Board
March 2, 2016

GOP,DFL Activists to Caucus on Climate Change
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
February 29, 2016

These Native Americans Might Be The Country’s First Climate Change Refugees
Vice News
Matt Smith
February 28, 2016

US Shale Oil Drillers Finally Buckling as OPEC Pumps On
Bloomberg
Alex Nussbaum
February 26, 2016

Flame Retardant Level Drop in Breast Milk of California Women, Study Finds
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
February 24, 2016

As Drought Hammers Countryside, Many in Haiti Go Hungry
Associated Press
David McFadden
February 24, 2016

An Island, a Focal Point for a Healthy Marine Ecosystem
New York Times
Sindya N. Bhanoo
February 22, 2016

Chicago’s Lead Pipes: What You Need to Know
WTTW
Elizabeth Brackett
February 18, 2016

Cloud Peak Reports $205M Loss in 2015
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
February 17, 2016

Scientists Link Sea Star Deaths to Warmer Ocean Water
Portland Tribune
Katie Campbell
February 17, 2016

Cownose Rays Not to Blame for Shellfish Declines, Study Says
Bay Journal
Rona Kobell
February 14, 2016

Supreme Court’s Blow to Emissions Efforts May Imperil Paris Climate Accord
New York Times
Coral Davenport
February 10, 2016

Coal County Reacts to Supreme Court Stay on Obama Clean Power Plan
Texas Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
February 10, 2016

Humans are Spreading Deadly Bee Virus, Study Says
New York times
Sindya N. Bhanoo
February 8, 2016

U.N. Agency Proposed Limits on Airlines Carbon Emissions
New York Times
Coral Davenport and Jad Mouawad
February 8, 2016

Gulf of Mexico Open for Fish-Farming Business
NPR/WWNO
Tegan Wendland
February 8, 2016

San Antonio Business’ Grease-and-Grit Waste Causing a Stink
San Antonio Express News
Brendan Gibbons
February 6, 2016

Waste Not, Want Not: Student’s Idea Propels Pacific University into Food Recovery Network
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
February 4, 2016

Obama to Propose a $10-a-Barrel Fee on Oil
New York Times
Coral Davenport
February 4, 2016

Providence Host Public Meeting on Planning for Climate Change
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
February 3, 2016

A Report Suggests Changes at California’s Toxic-Waste Regulator
KPCC
Molly Peterson
February 3, 2016

Feds Expand Critical Whale Habitat to Include the Entire Gulf of Maine
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
February 2, 2016

The Rising Seas Summit in Boston
The Sonoma County Gazette
Tish Levee
February 1, 2016

Energy Coalition Says Rhode Island Needs a Carbon Tax
RINPR
Ambar Espinoza
January 29, 2016

If You Want Clean Water, Don’t Be Black in America
CityLab
Brentin Mock
January 26, 2016

City Of Seattle Suing Monsanto Company For PCBs Production, Pollution
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
January 26, 2016

State Issues New Rules to Avoid Future Methane Leaks
The Sacremento Bee
Edward Ortiz
January 26, 2016

Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks and Other Stunning Sea Creatures
Ted
David Gruber
January 26, 2016

Amazing Things Happen When New Dehli Halved the Number of Cars on the Road
Vice
Meera Subramanian
January 25, 2016

Flint Set a New Low for Hazardous Water
The Blade
Tom Henry
January 24, 2016

Town Seeks Funds to Move Contaminants at Former Tannery
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
January 20, 2016

Government Objects to Bankrupt Coal Miner Paying $12M in Executive Bonuses
Wyoming Public Media
Stephanie Joyce
January 19, 2016

New Federal Education Law Promotes Environmental Education
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
January 19, 2016

Congress Actually Dealt with Climate Change in 2016 Budget. Really.
Inside Climate News
Katherine Bagley
January 19, 2016

Kentucky Poultry Farmers Increase Biosecurity Measures to Avoid Bird Flu
WKU Public Radio
Rhonda Miller
January 19, 2016

Oregon Standoff: Occupiers Recruit Ranchers to Stop Paying Grazing Fees
The Oregonian
Kelly House
January 18, 2016

Teach a Man to Farm Seaweed, He’ll Eat Even if Fisheries Collapse
TakePart.com
Jori Lewis
January 18, 2016

More Bad News for Coal Mine-Reliant States
NPR
Stephanie Joyce
January 16, 2016

Report: Northeast’s Ocean Water Warming Much Faster
Cape Cod Times
Mary Ann Bragg
January 14, 2016

An Activist’s ‘Long Haul’ Climate Campaign
Yale Climate Connections
Daniel Grossman
January 14, 2016

Carbon Tax Initiative Campaigner Forging Ahead, with Humor Intact
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
January 14, 2016

Trinidad Faces Downtown as Energy Prices Collapse
Associated Press
David McFadden
January 14, 2016

In ‘Delta 5’ Trial, Defense Argues Climate Change Necessitated Blockade of Oil Trains
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
January 12, 2016

Obama Blasts Climate Deniers and Calls for a Clean Energy Revolution
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
January 12, 2016

Haitians Remember Dead on 6th Anniversary of Earthquake
Associated Press
David McFadden
January 12, 2016

California: New Air-Pollution Rule doesn’t do Enough
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
January 8, 2016

New Aerial Photographs Show Midwest Flooding Devastation
Inside Climate
Katherine Bagley
January 8, 2016

Moonlight Drives Zooplankton’s Winter Migrations
New York Times
Sindya N. Bhanoo
January 8, 2016

Winter’s Slow Start has Climate Scientists Guessing
MPR News
Elizabeth Dunbar
January 7, 2016

Study Shows Large Effects of Clouds on El Nino
New York Times
Sindya N. Bhanoo
January 4, 2016

VW Sued in Diesel Emissions Scandal
New York Times
Coral Davenport
January 4, 2016

The Feds Just Sued Volkswagon Over Its Emissions Scandal
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
January 4, 2016

1.5° to Stay Alive
Sonoma County Gazette
Tish Levee
January 1, 2016

Want to Install Solar Panels But Can’t? No Problem
PRI’s the World
Jason Margolis
January 1, 2016

The Year in Food: Artificial Out, Innovation In (and 2 More Trends)
NPR
Eliza Barclay and Allison Aubrey
December 31, 2015

The Most Intriguing Environmental Stories of 2015
Scientific American
David Biello
December 29, 2015

New Plan Seeks to Safeguard Garter Snake Habitat in California
Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
December 25, 2015

Birmingham Audubon to Continue Christmas Tradition with 80th Bird Count
Al.com
Dennis Pillion
December 25, 2015

Storm over Elm Springs wind farm plan quiets after request is pushed
Northwest Arkansas
Dan Holtmeyer
December 22, 2015

How These Communities Save Energy – and Time for What Matters
National Geographic
Christina Nunez
December 22, 2015

Should We Engineer Future Humans?
New American Weekly
Bina Venkataraman
December 17, 2015

Why the U.N. Climate Change Agreement Wasn’t a Complete Disaster
Colorlines
Brentin Mock
December 17, 2015

A Climate for French Wine, As the World Grows Hotter
FERN
Dan Grossman
December 15, 2015

First Disaster – Resistant Home Built in New England Nearly Complete
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
December 13, 2015

California Farmers Could Learn Drought Lessons From Israel
Capitol Public Radio
Amy Quinton
December 11, 2015

Climate Denial’s Ugly Side: Hate Mail to Scientists
Inside Climate News
Katherine Bagley and Naveena Sadasivam
December 11, 2015

Alabama’s Infrastructure Gets a C- in Report Card from Civil Engineering Group
Alabama.com
Dennis Pillion
December 11, 2015

Electric Car Sharing Service in Paris Gains Popularity
WBUR
Daniel Grossman
December 10, 2015

Greenhouse Gas Patterns Offer Promise, Puzzlement
Earth & Space Science News
Christina Reed
December 10, 2015

Bill Gates Takes on Climate Change With a Powerful Rolodex
New York Times
Coral Davenport and Nick Wingfield
December 9, 2015

Environmental Groups Unimpressed With New Bonding Requirements For Oil And Gas
Wyoming Public Media
Stephanie Joyce
December 9, 2015

British Columbia Coal Port Gets Green Light
Wyoming Public Media
Stephanie Joyce
December 7, 2015

Oil Projects Move Forward Despite Low Prices
Wyoming Public Media
Stephanie Joyce
December 7, 2015

Australia’s Feral Cats Most Likely European
New York Times
Syndia N. Bhanoo
December 7, 2015

Fisheries Commission Extends Shrimp Moratorium into Third Year
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
December 7, 2015

Start Up Nation and Climate Change: Q & A with Haaretz’s Ruth Schuster
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
December 7, 2015

If Republicans Destroy our Planet, Blame it on the Devil
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
December 6, 2015

Regulating Rural Polluters in Maryland
The Baltimore Sun
Rona Kobell
December 3, 2015

When Sea Level Rises, How Long Can Mission Rock Survive?
San Francisco Public Press
Kevin Stark
December 2, 2015

Fossil-Fuel Producers Suffer Market Climate Crisis
Bloomberg Business
Alex Nussbaum
December 2, 2015

The Marshal Islands are Disappearing
New York Times
Coral Davenport
December 2, 2015

The Most Important Number in Climate Change
Scientific American
David Biello
November 30, 2015

Needed for Paris Talks: Handwarmers, Sleeping Bag, Stamina
New York Times
Coral Davenport
November 30, 2015

Despite Ban on Rallies, Thousands Demonstrate in Paris Ahead of Global Climate Change Forum
Free Speech Radio News
Jacob Resnik
November 30, 2015

Sea Change: Rising Sea Levels Should be a Wake Up Call
Portland Press Herald
Marine Schauffler
November 30, 2015

Climate Change will Reshape Puget Sound’s Biodiversity, Report Says
Puget Sound Institute
Christopher Dunagan
November 30, 2015

Paris Deal Would Herald First Step on Climate Change
New York Times
Coral Davenport
November 29, 2015

Obama’s Legacy at Stake in Paris Talks on Climate Accord
New York Times
Coral Davenport
November 28, 2015

What Chemicals Are Used in Fracking? Industry Discloses Less and Less
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song
November 24, 2015

Coping with Climate Change: Local Farmers Face Uncertain Future
Puget Sound Institute
Christopher Dunagan
November 23, 2015

Johnson Votes for Resolution Blocking Clean Power
Wisconsin Public Radio
Chuck Squirmbach
November 18, 2015

Shifting Ground: Climate Change May Increase the Risk of Landslides
Puget Sound Institute
Christopher Dunagan
November 17, 2015

So You Want to Be a Polar Wrangler
The Tyee
Ed Struzik
November 17, 2015

For Lummis, Fishing is More than a Living, it’s a Way of Life
The Bellingham Herald
Ralph Schwartz
November 14, 2015

How the Collapse of ‘Soul City’ Fired Up the Environmental Justice Movement
CityLab
Brentin Mock
November 13, 2015

Two Degrees: Does Climate Change Contribute to Violence and War
CNN
Azadeh Ansari and Brandon Miller
November 13, 2015

W.Va.’s First State Capitol Building Restored and Solarized

4 Charts Show the Bright Future Ahead for Clean Energy
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
November 13, 2015

How the Western Diet has Derailed our Evolution
Nautilus
Moises Velasquez-Manoff
November 12, 2015

Fresh Water Land Trust Announces New 225-Acre Preserve Atop Oak Mountain
Al.com
Dennis Pillion
November 11, 2015

Record Levels of CO2 Herald the Future of Climate Change
Scientific American
David Biello
November 10, 2015

One of the World’s Largest Coal Companies Misled Investors About Climate Change Risk, Investigation Finds
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
November 6, 2015

SeaWorld Is Ending Its Killer Whale Show
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
November 6, 2015

Louisiana’s 50-year coastal master plan seen as $71 billion short
The Times-Picayune: Greater New Orleans
Mark Schleifstein
November 6, 2015

Wyoming Scientist Investigates Greenland’s Melting Ice
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
November 6,2015

Here’s What You Need to Know About President Obama’s Decision to Reject the Keystone XL Pipeline
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
November 6, 2015

Senators Weigh In On Keystone XL Pipeline Decision
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
November 6, 2015

Citing Climate Change, Obama Rejects Construction of Keystone XL Oil Pipeline
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
November 6, 2015

Why Saving the World Is a Great Deal for America
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
November 5, 2015

Down on the Disappearing Bayous

Le Monde
Elizabeth Rush
November 2015

Volkswagen’s Pollution Scheme Could Be Even Worse Than We Thought
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
November 2, 2015

North Natomas burrowing owls likely face eviction
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
November 2, 2015

Competing Bills Take Aim at Banning Microbeads
C & G News
Kevin Bunch
October 28,2015

NOAA Stiff-Arms House Science Committee Subpoena Questioning ‘Hiatus’ Study
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song
October 28,2015

Greenland Is Melting Away
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
October 27, 2015

Climate Change: Life on the Edge
The Cape Cod Times
Mary Ann Bragg
October 25, 2015

As the Seas Rise: Managing Retreat Along New York Cities’ Coasts
New Republic
Elizabeth Rush
October 25, 2015

To Meet Rising Waters Homeowners Must Rise Up or Get Out
EcoRI News
Tim Faulkner
October 24, 2015

Crab Feedback
Hakai Magazine
Jenny Chen
October 19, 2015

The Growth of the Water Beat
The Circle of Blue
Brett Walton
October 19, 2015

Coal fight spills into Whatcom’s ‘constitution’
The Bellingham Herald
Ralph Schwartz
October 14,2015

Climate Change Gets Its Due In The Democratic Debate
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
October 13, 2015

Contaminated Soil Lingers Where Apples Once Grew
Earth Fix media
Courtney Flatt
October 12, 2015

Health officials warn people, pets away from water with blue-green algae

Highlighting the Allure of Synfuels, Exxon Played Down the Climate Risks
Inside Climate News
John H. Cushman Jr.
October 5, 2015

Citigroup, Citing Climate Change, Will Reduce Coal Financing
Bloomberg Business
Alex Nussbaum
October 5, 2015

Environmentalists Praise Wildlife Measures in Trans-Pacific Trade Pact
New York Times
Coral Davenport
October 5, 2015

Senate Looks Poised To Pass Major Overhaul Of Chemical Safety Law
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
October 2,2015

Experts Gather to Discuss the Effects of Aquaculture’s Rapid Growth
Westerly Sun
Cynthia Drummond
October 2, 2015

Feds Want Tougher Rules for Pipelines After Series of Spills
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
October 1, 2015

New Limit for Smog-Causing Emissions Isn’t as Strict as Many had Expected
New York Times
Coral Davenport
October 1, 2015

India Announces Plan to Lower Rate of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
New York Times
Coral Davenport and Ellen Barry
October 1, 2015

Inside Energy: New Federal Hydraulic Fracturing Rules Stopped
Prairie Public News
Stephanie Joyce
October 1, 2015

Alabama Power expects to close coal ash ponds ‘eventually’ due to new EPA rules
Al.com
Dennis Pillion
September 30, 2015

Judge Blocks Obama Administration Rules on Fracking
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
September 30, 2015

New Regulations on Smog Remain as Divisive as Ever
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
September 30, 2015

AP Styles ‘Deniers’ into ‘Doubters,’ Creating Newsroom Skeptics
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song
September 29, 2015

Brazil’s Sugar Cane: An Emerging Debacle
The Wall Street Journal
Julie Wernau
September 27, 2015

China’s Climate Plan Isn’t Crazy and Might Actually Work
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
September 25, 2015

How to Fix Our Broken World—in 17 Bullet Points
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
September 25, 2015

Rescue center overwhelmed with starving seabirds; rising ocean temperatures cited
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
September 24, 2015

Did Pope Francis Soften His Climate Message for Congress?
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
September 24, 2015

Bill Would Ban Great Lakes Crude Shipping, Boost Federal Pipeline Scrutiny
MLive
Garret Ellison
September 23, 2015

5 Morning Rituals for a Successful Business Day
The Business Journals
Lisa Song
September 23, 2015

Senate Democrats to Unveil Climate Change Bill
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
September 22, 2015

Exxon Confirmed Global Warming Consensus in 1982 with In-House Climate Models
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song
September 22, 2015

We Have Some Heartbreaking News About Leonardo DiCaprio
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
September 22, 2015

Hillary Clinton Opposes the Keystone Pipeline
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
September 22, 2015
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Volkswagen to Stop Sales of Diesel Cars Involved in Recall
The New York Times
Jack Ewing & Coral Davenport
September 21, 2015

Volkswagen’s Shares Veer off Cliff After Automaker Admits It Cheated Pollution Tests
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
September 21, 2015

Exxon’s Own Research Confirmed Fossil Fuels’ Role in Global Warming Decades Ago
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song
September 21, 2015

Exxon Believed Deep Dive Into Climate Research Would Protect Its Business
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song
September 21, 2015

Country Clubs Cash in on Turf Rebates
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
September 20, 2015

Pope Heads to Climate Talks as Rare Word — Optimism — Surfaces
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
September 19, 2015

New Pipeline Safety Rules Pending after Increase in Accidents
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
September 18, 2015

What the World Thinks of GMOs
Rodales Organic Life
Jesse Hirsch
September 17, 2015

The Future of Water: Can California’s Arcane Water System Change?
KPCC FM
Molly Peterson
September 15, 2015

The Age of Loneliness
Guernica Magazine
Meera Subramanian
September 15, 2015

Could Fracking Keep Tourists Away from Kentucky Parks
WKU Public Radio
Rhonda Miller
September 11, 2015

Obama’s Climate Change Plan Just Won Another Victory in Court
Mother Jones
Tom O’McDonnell
September 9, 2015

Can Denmark Make Energy Demand Follow Renewable Supply?
PBS Newshour
Stephanie Joyce
September 7, 2015

Welcome to Quakelahoma
Vice News
Matt Smith
August 24, 2015

Researchers Mapping Underwater Landscape Off Fire Island
Newsday
Emily C. Dooley
August 18, 2015

Montana Officials Praise Cherry Point Coal Port Plan
The Bellingham Herald
Ralph Schwartz
August 18, 2015

RI Educators Take a Close Look at Ocean Engineering
RI Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
August 18, 2015

U.S. is Set to Impose Regulations to Cut Methane Emissions
New York Times
Coral Davenport
August 17, 2015

Shell and the Port Begin to Make their Case that an Oil Rig is Cargo
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
August 15, 2015

California May be Home to New Lone Wolf
National Geographic
Jane Braxton Little
August 14, 2015

Minnesota on Track to Exceed Clean Energy Targets
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
August 13, 2015

Why Black Design Matters
The Atlantic City Lab
Brentin Mock
August 13, 2015

First Nations Seek Injunction to Stop C Dam Work, Destruction of Eagles
Desmog Canada
Judith Lavoie
August 12, 2015

Feds Approve Killing Birds to Save Fish, Despite Warning it Wouldn’t Work
The Oregonian
Kelly House
August 12, 2015

Inside Obama’s Clean Power Plan
3BL Media
Tim McDonnell
Mother Jones
August 12, 2015

Technology Buoys Fisherman Devastated by Cod’s Collapse
E & E Publishing
Emily Yehle
August 10, 2015

Stinking Mats of Seaweed Piling Up on Caribbean Beaches
Associated Press
David McFadden
August 10, 2015

Jellyfish Jamboree on Maine’s Coast Back for Second Summer
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
August 7, 2015

Coffee Disconnect is Brewing
Wall Street Journal
Julie Wernau
August 6, 2015

Learning from the Legacy of Catastrophic Eruption
The New Yorker
Michelle Nijhuis
August 5, 2015

Obama’s New Energy Plan is Finally Out. But Scientists Say the Work’s Just Begun
Science Insider
Marianne Lavelle
August 4, 2015

How the Clean Power Plan will Effect Low-Income and Minority Communities
The Atlantic City Lab
Brentin Mock
August 4, 2015

Don’t Like the New Climate Rules, Thank Congress
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
August 4, 2015

Wildlife Detectives Bust Shellfish Poachers in Washington State
PBS NewsHour
Katie Campbell
August 4, 2015

Landmark Paper Underestimates Methane Leaks from Gas Production, Study Says
Inside Climate Change
Lisa Song
August 4, 2015

Okay, Um, So, Uh, What Exactly is all this Fuss Over GMOs?
Bon Appetit
Jesse Hirsch
August 4, 2015

Scott Walker Thinks Obama’s Plan will Jack Up Your Electric Bill. He’s Wrong
Mother Jones
Tim O’Donnell
August 3, 2015

Obama to Unveil Tougher Environmental Plan with his Legacy in Mind
New York Times
Coral Davenport
August 2, 2015

Winds of Change? Rhode Island Hopes for First Offshore Wind farm
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
August 1, 2015

El Nino vs. the Blob: Here’s why California’s Drought Probably Won’t End Anytime Soon
Mother Jones
Tim O’Donnell
July 30, 2015

Coal Companies Continue to Report Losses
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
July 30, 2015

Israeli Scientist has Baby, Realizes how to Grow Viable Liver Cells in the Lab
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
July 30, 2015

Later Deadline Expected in Obama’s Climate Plan
New York Times
Coral Davenport
July 28, 2015

Hillary Clinton Refuses to Take a Position on Keystone Pipeline
Mother Jones
Tim O’Donnell
July 27, 2015

What’s Clogging Your Commute? New Culverts for Fish & Flood Mitigation
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
July 27, 2015

House, Senate Seek Careful Bipartisan Balance as Energy Bills Advance
Roll Call
Lauren Gardner
July 27, 2015

Foundations Laid for Nation’s First Offshore Windfarm Off Block Island
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
July 26, 2015

Discovering an ‘Underwater Forest’ in Truro Pond
Cape Cod Times
Mary Ann Bragg
July 26, 2015

Lake George Gizzard Shad Harvest Aims to Clean Up Lake
Associated Press
Dinah Voyles Pulver
July 25, 2015

Deep-Sea Mining Looms on Horizon as UN Body Issues Contracts
Associated Press
David McFadden
July 25, 2015

Case Closed: Hydrogen Gas Combustion Caused Salty Brine Beach Blast
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
July 24, 2015

Why Smart Meters Don’t Make a Smart Grid
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
July 24, 2015

When it Comes to Vacation, I’m a Movable Feast
Washington Post
Christine Dell’Amore
July 23, 2015

Wind Farm Construction Begins off Block Island
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
July 22, 2015

Runoff Still Threatens Water on Aquidneck Island
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
July 22, 2015

URI Scientists Look for Blast Clues at Salty Brine Beach
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
July 16, 2015

A River Runs Again
Public Affiars
Meera Subramanian
July, 2015

America’s Dirtiest Power Companies, Ranked
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
July 14, 2015

Still No Answers to Salty Brine Mystery Blast
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
July 14, 2015 …………………………..

Mini-Ice Age to Hit Earth in 15 years, Scientists Warn
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
July 13, 2015

Portuguese Man-of-War, in Water and on Shore
Newsday
Emily Dooley
July 11, 2015

Woodland, Davis Begin Sending Out Letters on Chromium-6 in Water
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
July 10, 2015

Here’s Why Bees are Dying
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
July 9, 2015

Are Michigan’s Pristine Lakes at Risk From Aging Pipelines?
PBS NewsHour
Elizabeth Brackett
July 8, 2015

Next-Gen Heirlooms
Medium
Bina Venkataraman
July 5, 2015

Drought Sends U.S. Water Agency Back to Drawing Board
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
July 5, 2015

New Data Pinpoints Dangerous Activities in Oil and Gas
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
July 1, 2015

500 Million Year Old Spiky Proto-Worm Fossil Discovered in China
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
July 1, 2015

US and Brazil Agree on Climate Change Actions
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
June 30, 2015

Drought Leads to Significant Drop in Sacramento Valley Breeding Water Fowl
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
June 29, 2015

Lake Erie Toxic Algal Bloom May Be Smaller Than Last Year’s
C & G Newspapers
Kevin Bunch
June 26, 2015

Pope Francis Broadens Religion’s Role in Environmental Communications
The Toledo Blade
Tom Henry
June 26, 2015

With Regret, MPCA Citizen’s Board Shuts Down
MPR News
Elizabeth Dunbar
June 23, 2015

Most Extreme Weather has Climate Change Link, Study Says
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song
June 23, 2015

The Year of the Weevil
West Virginia Public Radio
Glynis Board
June 23, 2015

After Elk River Spill, Congress Will Vote on Ban Regulating Toxic Chemicals
New York Times
Coral Davenport
June 23, 2015

Delegation from Chinese Coal Province Visits Wyoming
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
June 17, 2015

Stormwater Capture Rules Gain New Urgency as Drought Lingers
KPCC
Molly Peterson
June 16, 2015

Researchers Dissect Dead Humpback Whale on Bar Harbor Beach
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
June 15, 2015

Canada Can’t Expand Oil Sands and Also Meet Global Climate Goals
High Country News
Cally Carswell
June 15, 2015

Missouri Faces Hard Choices: Renewable Energy Highways, or Property Rights
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Jacob Barker
June 14, 2015

Dear Rick Santorum: Sorry the Pope Actually Did Study Science
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
June 16, 2015

Pope’s Views on Climate Change Add Pressure to Catholic Candidates
New York Times
Coral Davenport
June 16, 2015

Body of Dead Humpback Whale Washes up on Shore of MDI
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
June 13, 2015

Power Stuggle: The Perilous Price of America’s Energy Boom
Reveal News
Ashley Ahearn
June 13, 2015

We Asked Climate Deniers What They Think of the Pope
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
June 12, 2015

Global Glut Crops Up in Cotton
The Wall Street Journal
Julie Wernau
June 9, 2015

Court Gives Obama a Climate Change Win
New York Times
Coral Davenport
June 9, 2015

Genetic Research Lays Foundation for Bold Conservation Strategies
High Country news
Cally Carswell
June 8, 2015

Grant Aims to Help Maine Algae Industry Bloom
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
June 7, 2015

Drought, Heat Suggest West Nile Virus Danger in Sacramento Region
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
June 7, 2015

In Drought and Desperate Times, An Unlikely Water Source: The Desert
The Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
June 7, 2015

Clean Power Battle Looms
The Blade
Tom Henry
July 6, 2015

Bar Harbor Latest Maine Town to Pursue Community Solar Power
Bangor Daily News
Bill Trotter
June 6, 2015

Chill Out: Save Energy While Keeping Cool
Concord Monitor
Ian Wilson
June 4, 2015

Study: Connecticut’s Forests Contribute 3.8B to Economy
New Haven Register
Luther Turmelle
June 1, 2015

What’s a Ghost Moose? How Ticks are Killing an Iconic Animal
National Geographic
Christine Dell’Amore
June 1, 2015

Lindsey Graham Has an Entirely Reasonable Position on Climate Change, Sometimes
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
June 01, 2015

The Coal Conundrum
The Blade
Tom Henry
August 25, 2015

Voulusia, Flagler Panther Stories Go Back Decades
The Daytona Beach News Journal
Dinah Voyles Pulver
May 31, 2015

Chesapeake Bay Oysters Make a Remarkable Recovery
The Christian Science Monitor
Rona Kobell
May 27, 2015

Sugar Falls to Six Year Low on Global Glut
Wall Street Journal
Julie Wernau
May 27, 2015

Obama Announces New Rule Limiting Water Pollution
New York Times
Coral Davenport
May 27, 2015

Rains Bring Incomplete Drought Relief to Parts of Southwest
HCN.org
Cally Carswell
May 26, 2015

Climate Change Conference Shows that Nebraskans Have Lessons to Share
Omaha.com
Nancy Gaarder
May 25, 2015

Clearing the Air on Invenergy Power Plant Emissions
The Times Tribune
Brenda Gibbons
May 24, 2015

How The 2016 Election Could Literally Put South Florida Underwater
Think Progress
Emily Atkin
May 20, 2015

Scientists Discover 3.3-Million-Year-old Stone Tool, Predating Big Brain Humans by 500,00 Years
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
May 20, 2015

St. Louis is the Birthplace of GMOs; Meet the Woman Who Created Them
St. Louis Public Radio
Veronique Lacapra
May 18, 2015

Critics Hear E.P.A.’s Voice in ‘Public Comments’
New York Times
Eric Lipton
May 18, 2015

Inside Energy: Blackout, part 1
Prairie Public News
Stephanie Joyce
May 18, 2015

Sen. Whitehouse To Deliver 100th Climate Speech On Senate Floor
RIPR
Ambar Espinoza
May 18, 2015

A Remarkable Recovery for the Oysters of Chesapeake Bay
Yale Environment360
Rona Kobell
May 14, 2015

Governor Calls for Energy Innovation in Wyoming
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
May 13, 2015

Experts Cite Dire Warnings at Climate Change Conference in St. Louis
Belleville News-Democrat
Mike Fitzgerald
May 12, 2015

Alaska’s Tricky Intersection of Obama’s Energy and Climate Legacies
New York Times
Coral Davenport
May 12, 2015

Battle With The Sea: Across The State, Protecting Drinking Water Supplies (Part 2)
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
May 7, 2015

Shell Plans to Drill in the Arctic This Summer and It’s Already Failed a Coast Guard Inspection
Vice News
Matt Smith
May 6, 2015

Bank Of America Backs Away From Funding Coal Mining
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
May 6, 2015

Ohio, Michigan Could Reap Benefits of EPA Rules
The Blade
Tom Henry
May 5, 2015

Minnesota Senate Bans Soaps With Plastic Microbeads
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
May 5, 2015

Chicago Chamber of Commons Points Way to Thrivability for All
Huffington Post
Sally Duros
May 4, 2015

E.P.A. Carbon Emissions Plan Could Save Thousands of Lives, Study Finds
New York Times
Coral Davenport and Sabrina Tavernise
May 4, 2015

Ominous Signs Add Up for Endangered Species
The Blade
Tom Henry
May 3, 2015

Israeli Zoo Reports Success in Breeding Rare Siamang
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
May 3, 2015

Standing Tall: R.I. Pioneers Ocean Energy
The Providence Journal
Alex Kuffner
May 2, 2015

Local Researcher: Changes to Ocean Currents Unprecedented
The Providence Journal
Alex Kuffner
May 2, 2015

Harnessing the Mekong or Killing It?
National Geographic
Michelle Nijhuis
May 2015

Pope Francis Steps Up Campaign on Climate Change, to Conservatives’ Alarm
New York Times
Coral Davenport and Laurie Goodstein
April 27, 2015

Amid Extreme Drought, JPL Scientists Use New Technology to Measure California’s Grim Snowpack
KTLA TV
Melissa Pamer
April 23. 2015

Forensic Science: The Soil Sleuth
Nature
Chelsea Wald
April 20, 2015

On BP oil spill anniversary, trustees and BP announce $134M in proposed early restoration projects
The Times-Picayune: Greater New Orleans
Mark Schleifstein
April 20, 2015

BP oil spill: In hard-hit oyster areas, concrete mountains rise 5 years after disaster
The Times-Picayune: Greater New Orleans
Benjamin Alexander-Bloch
April 20, 2015

The Enduring Mystery of the Missing Oil Spilled in the Gulf of Mexico
Scientific American
David Biell0
April 17, 2015

Water Consumption Boils Down to Simple Formula: More Land = More Water
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
April 12, 2015

Environmental Group Targets Ohio’s Portman Over Clean Air
The BladeTom Henry
April 11, 2015

New Study Identifies Roadkill Hotspots in Sacramento Region
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
April 11, 2015

iSeeChange: Exploring the Connection Between Increasing Storms and the Pace of Coastal Erosion
Delaware Public Media
Eli Chen
April 10, 2015

EDF Recruits Sprawling Network to Fund Methane Leaks Research
Inside Climate News
Lisa Song and Katherine Bagley
April 8, 2015

Cantwell, Fire Chiefs Pressing For More Regulation Of Oil Trains
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
April 7, 2015

Laurence Tribe Fights Climate Case Against Star Pupil from Harvard, President Obama
New York Times
April 7, 2015
Coral Davenport

Latest Space Technology is Decidedly ‘Green’ at Aerojet and NASA
The Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
April 5, 2015

Mediterranean Sea as Afflicted by Plastic Dumping as the Big Oceans
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
April 2, 2015

Gas Well Interaction Can be a Boon to Some, Disaster for Others in West Virginia
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
March 31, 2015

Obama Offers Major Blueprint on Climate Change
New York Times
Coral Davenport
March 31, 2015

Poll Finds Strong Majority of Americans Support an International Climate Agreement
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
March 31, 2015

Report: Problems linger in Gulf of Mexico long after 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion
The Advocate
Amy Wold
March 31, 2015

Special Report: Five Years After the BP Oil Spill, Wildlife still suffering in the Gulf of Mexico
National Wildlife Federation
Melissa Gaskill
March 30, 2015

USC Study Finds Urchins Work Overtime to Cope with Rising Ocean Acidity
KPCC
Molly Peterson
March 30, 2015

Report: NE Minnesota Watersheds ‘Pristine’
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
March 30, 2015

Durham and North Umberland Face Future Challenges with Extreme Weather and Falling Lake Ontario Water Levels
DurhamRegion.com
Brad Andrews
March 25, 2015

Despite Bird Deaths, Electric Altamont Pass Wind Farm Wins Extension
Contra Costa Times
Doug Oakley
March 25, 2015

Biggest Polluters to Miss Climate Change Deadline
Bloomberg News
March 24, 2015
Alex Nussbaum

In California’s Fourth Year Of Drought, New Regulations and $1 Billion In Relief
NPR
NPR’s Kelly McEvers interview of Metcalf alum Molly Peterson
March 22, 2015

Drilling Loud, But Are Wyoming Officials Listening
Wyoming Public Radio
Stephanie Joyce
March 20, 2015

New Federal Rules are Set for Fracking
New York Times
Coral Davenport
March 20, 2015

Archaeological First: Animal Fat Residue Found on 500,000 Year Old Stone Tools
The Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
March 19, 2015

Air Quality Suffers as Fewer Winter Storms Wash Away Smog, Pollution
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
March 17, 2015

Top Polluted Great Lakes Sites Decades from Recovery
Toledo Blade
Tom Henry
March 12, 2015

Aggressive Plan Aims to Separate Crops from Waterways and Buffers
Alberta Lea Tribune
Elizabeth Dunbar
March 12, 2015

Why Jews Should Warm to Climate Change
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
March 12, 2015

Mass Deaths in Americas Start New CO2 Epoch
Scientific American
David Biello
March 11, 2015

Geoengineering Won’t Help People Who are Stuck With Dirty Air
Grist
Brentin Mock
March 11, 2015

The Food Chain
BBC
Manuela Saragosa
March 9, 2015

Many Along Texas border Still Live Without Clean, Safe Water
Texas Tribune
Neena Satija and Alexa Ura
March 8, 2015

New York Just Showed Every Other State How to Do Solar Right
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
March 6, 2015

The Role of Lake Ontario and the Consequences of Climate Change to Durham
DurhamRegion.com
Brad Andrews
March 6, 2015

Central Landfill Keeps R.I. Incinerator Debate Alive
ecoRI
Tim Faulkner
March 4, 2015

Keeping the Dust Down in California’s Owen Valley
High Country News
Jane Braxton Little
March 2, 2015

IPCC Future Hinges on Greater Relevance, Amid Tricky Politics
The Daily Climate
Marianne Lavelle
March 2, 2015

As the River Runs Dry: An Ongoing Battle Between Urban and Rural Water Users
AZCentral.com
Brandon Loomis
March 2, 2015

How Did These Green Sea Turtles Show Up in the San Gabriel River, and What Could They Possibly be Eating?
Orange County Register
Aaron Orlowski
March 1, 2015

Cleanest Energy Of All Could Soon Come From Small Redmond Lab
KPIU
Bellamy Pailthorp
February 28, 2015

Acidification of Bay a Threat to Rhode Island’s Shellfish Population
Providence Journal
Alex Kuffner
February 27, 2015

West Virginia Legislators Working to Roll Back Above Ground Tank Regulations
West Virginia Public Radio
Glynis Board
February 26, 2015

Solar Lights a Healthy – And Empowering – Path in Disasters
The Daily Climate
Marianne Lavelle
February 26, 2015

New Report: Ocean Acidification Threatens Shellfish Industry
RINPR
Ambar Espinoza
February 26, 2015

Exposure to Small Particle Pollution Linked to Heart-Disease Death
Sacramental Bee
Edward Ortiz
February 25, 2015

Obama Vetoes Keystone XL Bill, The Third Veto Of His Presidency
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
February 25. 2012

Obama Vetoes Bill Pushing Pipeline Approval
New York Times
Coral Davenport and Michael Shear
February 24, 2015

Obama’s Expected Keystone Pipeline Veto Is Likely to Be the First in a Wave
New York Times
Coral Davenport and Michael D. Shear
February 22, 2015

Uncertain Future for Petroleum Engineers
KGOU
Stephanie Joyce
February 18, 2015

Environmental Groups ‘Rally in Tally’ to Talk Amendment 1 Spending
WUFT
Katie Campbell
February 18, 2015

Feds Direct $8 Million to Native Communities to Address Effects of Climate Change
Huffington Post
Kate Sheppard
February 17, 2015

Health Effects of “Climate Disruption” Discussed at WVU
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
February 15, 2015

Putting It on Ice
Concord Monitor
Iain Wilson
February 14, 2015

Amid Increased Health Care, Salary Costs, Merrimack Valley SD Proposes 1 Percent Budget Reduction
Concord Monitor
Iain Wilson
February 14, 2015

Federal Judge Dismisses Levee Authority’s Wetlands Damage Lawsuit Against Oil, Gas Companies
The Times-Picayune
Mark Schleifstein
February 13, 2015

Mideast Climate Change: Hotter, Drier and More Dangerous
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
February 11, 2015

Bald Eagle Population Resurging In Rhode Island
Rhode Island Public Radio
Ambar Espinoza
February 11, 2015

Don’t Block the Sun to Cope with Global Warming
Scientific American
David Biello
February 10, 2015

N.H. Audubon Eagle Survey Tallies 90 Bald Eagles, Sets New Record
Concord Monitor
Iain Wilson
February 10, 2015

Climate Is Big Issue for Hispanics, and Personal
The New York Times
Coral Davenport
February 9, 2015

Badass Bat of the Negev Eats Scorpions
Haaretz
Ruth Schuster
February 9, 2015

Pro-Con: Can Brackish Water Ease State’s Woes?
Victoria Advocate
Sara Sneath
February 8, 2015

Minnesota’s Efforts to Fight Climate Change Lose Steam
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
February 6, 2015

Temperatures Rise as Climate Critics Take Aim at U.S. Classrooms
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum
February 5, 2015

Farmers Adapt to Big Rains But Send Trouble Downstream
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar
February 4, 2015

Can Northwest Forests Be Protected from Future Mega-Fires?
KUOW
Katie Campbell
February 3, 2015

North Lake Seniors Grow Food in Water
Pioneer Press
Mark Lawton
February 3, 2015

Voluntary Plan to Reduce Fertilizers not Enough to Shrink Gulf’s ‘Dead Zone’, New Study Says
Times-Picayune
Mark Schleifstein
February 3, 2015

Climate Change in Minnesota: More Heat, More big Storms
Minnesota Public Radio
Elizabeth Dunbar and Dan Kraker
February 2, 2015

One of the World’s Biggest Lakes is Dying and We’re the Blame
Mother Jones
Tim McDonnell
January 31, 2015

Most Republicans Say they Back Climate Change Action, Poll Finds
New York Times
Coral Davenport
January 30, 2014

Senate Approves Keystone XL Pipeline Bill, Testing Obama
New York Times
Coral Davenport
January 29, 2015

Plastic Age: How it’s Reshaping Rocks, Oceans and Life
New Scientist
Christina Reed
January 28, 2015

Satellite Mission Poised to Help Farmers and Water Managers, NASA Says
Sacramento Bee
Edward Ortiz
January 28, 2015

Environmental Groups Take on Port of Seattle Over Shell Oil Lease Agreement
KPLU
January 28, 2015
Bellamy Pailthorp

Movement to Take down Thousands of Dams Goes Main Stream
National Geographic
January 28, 2015
Michelle Nijhuis

This Map Shows Why the Midwest is Screwed
Mother Jones
January 27, 2015
Tim McDonnell

Suit Results in Overhall of Wyoming Fracking Chemical Regs
Wyoming Public Radio
January 26, 2015
Stephanie Joyce

When the Atmosphere ‘Goes Bananas,’ Wildfires Do Too
High Country News
January 26, 2015
Cally Carswell

Senate Democrats Delay G.O.P Attempt to Force Keystone Vote
New York Times
January 26, 2015
Coral Davenport

Battle With the Sea: Rhode Island Develops State-of-the-Art Planning Tools
RINPR
January 24, 2015
Ambar Espinoza

How Singapore Makes Biodiversity an Important Part of Urban Life
CityLab
January 23, 2015
Grace Chua

Scientists Say We’re Three Minutes From Doomsday
Vice News
Matt Smith
January 23, 2015

Meet the Modern Farmer: Chris Hirsch
Modern Farmer
Jesse Hirsch
January 23, 2015

A Republican and a Democrat Walk Into a Bar to Talk Climate Change
KUOW
Ashley Ashern
January 23, 2015

Another Yellowstone River Oil Spill
High Country News
Cally Carswell
January 22, 2015

India’s Modi Aims for Energy Efficiency, Not Obama CO2 Cuts
Bloomberg News
Alex Nussbaum & Natali Obiko Pearson
January 21, 201

Drinking Water Trucked into Montana City After Oil Spill
Associated Press
Matthew Brown
January 19, 2015

Study: Human Activity Pushes Earth ‘Past Safe Operating Space’ for 4 of 9 Planetary Vital Signs
KPCC
Molly Peterson
January 15, 2015

For Vulnerable Barrier Islands, A Rush to Rebuild on U.S. Coast
Environment 360
Rona Kobell
January 15, 2015

Interview on Keystone XL Pipeline
C-Span
Lauren Gardner
January 9, 2015

Senate to Debate Keystone XL, Setting the Stage for More Energy Battles
New York Times
Coral Davenport
January 12, 2015

Coalition of King County Cities Adopt Formal Goals in Climate Pact
KPLU
Bellamy Pailthorp
January 8, 2015

Inside Energy: Coal Deaths Down
Prairie Public News
Stephanie Joyce
January 8, 2015

White House Issues Veto Threat Over Keystone XL Pipeline
Huffington Post
January 7, 2015
Kate Sheppard

Deep Debt Keeps Oil Firms Pumping
Wall Street Journal
January 6, 2015
Erin Ailworth, Russell Gold, Timothy Puko

Northwestern Washington Tribe Calls On Feds To Halt Coal Terminal Permit Review
Oregon Public Radio
January 5, 2015
Ashley Ahearn

Oil Train Safety And Taxes on Lawmakers’ Agenda for 2015
Oregon Public Radio
December 30, 2014
Ashley Ahearn

The Green Room: Spurring Local Solar Development
WEMU
December 26, 2014
Barbara Lucas & David Fair

Cross Point Gives Lowell Recycling Green Light
Lowell Sun
December 24, 2014
Grant Welker

U.S. Says Mexico Not Living Up to Treaty to Share Water in Times of Drought
CCTV America
December 23, 2014
Ginger Vaughn

Officials Scramble to Respond to Bangladesh Oil Spill
Science Magazine
Allie Wilkinson
Decemeber 19, 2014

Texas Weakens Chemical Exposure Guidelines, Opens Door for Polluters
Center for Public Integrity & Inside Climate News
December 18, 2014
Lisa Song & Rosalind Adams

New Hampshire Fish & Game Forecast for 2015: A 150th Anniversary and Uncertainty
Concord Monitor
December 11, 2014
Iain Wilson

The Smong Story: Ten Years After the Indian Ocean Tsunami
Medium
December 10, 2014
Jacopo Pasotti

Wyoming Policymakers Question Feasibility of Clean Power Plan
Wyoming Public Radio
December 4, 2014
Stephanie Joyce & Caroline Ballard

The ‘Texas Miracle’ is Fueling Huge Economic Growth – and the Climate Change that May End It
PRI’s The World
December 3, 2014
Neena Satija

EPA’s Final Plan Just a Start for Seattle Groups Watchdogging Duwamish Cleanup
KPLU
December 2, 2014
Bellamy Pailthorp

All Eyes Turn to India as UN Climate Talks Begin
Vice News
December 1, 2014
Robert S. Eshelman

Great Lakes Ice Cover Developing; Earliest in Over 40 Years
MLive
November 24, 2014
Mark Torresgrossa

Shrinking Glaciers Could Squeeze Washington’s Water Supply
NPR
November 21, 2014
Ashley Ahearn

Why You Shouldn’t Use Hand Sanitizers
Haaretz
November 19, 2014
Ruth Schuster

Breaking: The Senate Just Voted Not to Approve the Keystone XL Pipeline
Mother Jones
November 17, 2014
Tim McDonnell

Scientists Solve Mystery of West Coast Starfish Plague
PBS NewsHour
November 17, 2014
Katie Campbell

Northwest Cities Show Food Waste Isn’t a Total Loss
OBP
November 17, 2014
Katie Campbell

Polar Vortex Returns: Michigan Winter Will Get Off to Very Cold Start
MLive
November 18, 2014
Mark Torresgrossa

The U.S. and China Just Announced a Huge Deal on Climate Change – and It’s a Game Changer
Mother Jones
November 11, 2014
Tim O’Donnell and James West

Low Gas Prices Haven’t Slowed Drilling – Yet
NPR
November 9, 2014
Stephanie Joyce

$14 million to fund 19 drought relief projects for Sacramento area water agencies
The Sacramento Bee
November 6, 2014
Edward Ortiz

College of Atlantic Researchers Add 8000th Whale to Humpback Catalog
Bangor Daily News
October 28, 2014
Bill Trotter

RI Composting Law Now Official, But Weak
ecoRI News
October 28, 2014
Tim Faulkner

Ban Hormone-Bending Thermo Paper, Say Scientists
Haaretz
October 27, 2014
Ruth Schuster

Seeing the Ocean in Neon
National Geographic
October 24, 2014
David Gruber

URI to Lead Seafloor Research Examining Historic Climate Changes
RIPR
October 24, 2014
Ambar Espinoza

With Climate Change, Boston’s Future Could be Filled With Gondolas
PRI’s The World
October 22, 2014
Bradley Campbell

Wild Ginseng, Wood Thrushes, and Climate Change: A Survival Story
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Glynis Board
October 21, 2014

Local Environmental Journalism: Metcalf Training Bridges Gap Between Scientists, Journos
Knight Digital Media Center
October 21, 2014
Sally Duros

Is Climate Change the Blame for the Ebola Outbreak?
Haaretz
October 21, 2014
Ruth Schuster

Environmental Issues Become a Force in Political Advertising
New York Times
October 21, 2014
Coral Davenport and Ashley Parker

With Cheaper Technology Now, the Pros and Cons of Installing Solar
Orange County Register
October 20, 2014
Aaron Orlowski

First U.S. Public Offering of Solar Bonds: Can Crowdfunding Take Clean Energy to Next Level?
The Guardian
October 15, 2014
Jennifer Kho

Pentagon Warns of Immediate National Security Threats from Climate Change
Vice News
October 14, 2014
Robert S. Eschelman

Great White Shark Katharine Tracked off P’Town Shore
Cape Cod Times
October 14, 2014
Mary Ann Bragg

Nambia is Dehorning Rhinos to Combat Rising Poaching
Vice News
October 13, 2014
Robert S. Eshelman

New Air Monitor Planned for Heavily Fracked South Texas County
The Center for Public integrity
October 7, 2014
Lisa Song

The cruel, increasingly usual prison punishment no one is talking about
Grist
October 6, 2014
Brentin Mock

Wildlife Biologists Searching for Signs of Black Bears Living in Rhode Island
Providence Journal
October 6, 2014
Richard Salit

Cleaning the Great Lakes
WTTW
October 2, 2014
Elizabeth Brackett

How Hot will Michigan be in 100 Years? Think Kentucky
MLive.com
October 2, 2014
Mark Torregrossa

Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions Could Save 3,500 Lives Per Year: Report
Huffington Post
September 30, 2014
Kate Sheppard

Climate Change Makes It Harder to Save Lake Erie
Toledo Blade
September 29, 2014
Tom Henry

Individual Solution to a Global Problem
Key West Citizen
September 28, 2014
Sandra Frederick

Westerly Quarry Still A Quarry for Neighboring Residents
RIPR
September 26, 2014
Ambar Espinoza

A Sizzling Cocktail That Serves as a Climate Warning
The New York Times
September 26, 2014
Coral Davenport

Editorial: Commercial photography rule makes the Forest Service look bad
The Seattle Times
September 26, 2014
Craig Welch

Journalists slam Forest Service over wilderness permits
The Seattle Times
September 25, 2014
Craig Welch

Renewable energy plan hinges on huge Utah caverns
Casper Star Tribune
September 24, 2014
Matthew Brown

Study says natural factors, not humans, behind West Coast warming
The Seattle Times
September 22, 2014
Craig Welch

Mapping the future of sea-level rise on the Potomac, the Chesapeake and the Atlantic
The Washington Post
September 16, 2014
Lori Montgomery

Has climate change become a business story?
Columbia Journalism Review
September 2, 2014
Robert S. Eshleman

On N.C.’s Outer Banks, scary climate-change predictions prompt a change of forecast
The Washington Post
June 24, 2014
Lori Montgomery

The Takeaway Job Fair: So You Want to Be a Farmer?
The Takeaway
September 15, 2014
Jesse Hirsch

Algae Problem Likely to get Worse Before it gets Better
NPR
September 15, 2014
Lewis Wallace

Has Climate Change Become a Business Story
Columbia Journalism Review
September 2, 2014
Robert S. Eshelman

On Climate, a Younger Bush’s Ideas Stray from Party Idealology
New York Times
Neena Satija
August 30, 2014

Rafting The Dam-Free Elwha
EarthFix KUOW
August 26, 2014
Ashley Ahearn

Obama Pursuing Climate Change in Lieu of Treaty
New York Times
August 26, 2014
Coral Davenport

Everyone’s talking about the Ferguson looters. Let’s shame the polluters, too
Grist
August 22, 2014
Brentin Mock

GPS is Tracking West’s Vanishing Water, Scientists Surprised to Learn
National Geographic
August 21, 2014
Michelle Nijhuis

Should Red Wolves Be Allowed to Mate with Coyotes?
New York Times
August 19, 2014
Moises Velasquez-Manoff

Genetically Tracking Farmed Fish Escaping into the Wild
Youris.com
August 19, 2014
Jacopo Pasotti

Climate change may ‘bottleneck’ the Panama Canal and disrupt world trade
The Guardian
August 14, 2014
Autumn Spanne

Conservationists are Working to Create More National Parks at Sea
PRI’s The World
August 12, 2014
Jason Margolis

WellWiki shines light on North America’s oil and gas wells
Miami Herald
August 3, 2014
Lisa Song

Sea ranchers farm mussels off Southland shores
Orange County Register
July 31, 2014
Aaron Orlowski

What will climate change cost? Let’s be honest about our ignorance.
LA Times
July 29, 2014
Karin Klein

Caviar’s Last Stand – How the international caviar underground ended up in the Ozarks
Medium
July 28, 2014
Michelle Nijhuis

Runaround: Three Months of Correspondence with the EPA
Inside Climate News
July 24, 2014
Lisa Song

States Against EPA Rule on Carbon Pollution Would Gain, Study Finds
New York Times
July 24, 2014
Coral Davenport

A historic moment for the Clean Air Act
High County News
July 21, 2014
Cally Carswell

New building takes climate change into account
Providence Business News
July 21, 2014
Rhonda J. Miller

Who Were the Ancient Bog Mummies? Surprising New Clues
National Geographic
July 18, 2014
Christine Dell’Amore

As California Dries Up, Locals Hope for El Niño
Science Friday
July 18, 2014
Molly Peterson

Earthquake map: 42 states stand ‘reasonable chance’ of temblors
The Christian Science Monitor
July 18, 2014
Noelle Swan

Report Shows Coal, Oil Trains Would Quadruple Rail Traffic, Alarming Lawmakers
KPLU 88.5
July 16, 2014
Bellamy Pailthorp

Forget oil shortages: ‘There’s enough methane in the sea for 1,000 years’
Haaretz
July 15, 2014
Ruth Schuster

Bad fish or bad PR? Shark attacks are rare, local experts say
The Orange County Register
July 13, 2014
Aaron Orlowski

ISIS is using Water as a Weapon in Iraq
PRI’s The World
July 9, 2014
Bradley Campbell

Oxnard cites sea level rise in fight against coastal power plant
89.3 KPCC Environment & Science
July 7, 2014
Molly Peterson

Buzz Kill
EcoRI News
July 8, 2014
Frank Carini

NOAA: Coastal towns in danger
Jamestown Press
July 3, 2014
Ken Shane

The not-so-hidden climate messages in Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing”
Grist
June 30, 2014
Brentin Mock

Despite decade of protection, Puget Sound orcas still in trouble
The Bulletin
June 27, 2014
Craig Welch

Space-tested Robot Inspires Medicine and Manufacturing Uses
NASA
June 26, 2014
Melissa Gaskill

Sea-Level Rise Drawing a New Ocean State
EcoRI news
June 24, 2014
Kathie Florsheim

Sea Rise Will Bring Severe Floods to Silicon Valley’s Eastern Edge
New America Media
June 19, 2014
Ngoc Nguyen

Greening the World Cup
The Daily Climate
June 19, 2014
Autumn Spanne

Marine reserves get a big boost at U.S. conference
Science Magazine
June 18, 2014
Allie Wilkinson

Emperor Penguins Could Survive Global Warming, Study Indicates
Haaretz
June 23, 2014
Ruth Schuster

Uncivil War Breaks Out Over Fluke as Habitat Shifts North
Scientific American
June 3, 2014
Marianne Lavelle

Scientists Close In On What’s Killing Sea Stars
EarthFix
June 16, 2014
Ashley Ahearn and Katie Campbell

Read The Secret Trade Memo Calling For More Fracking and Offshore Drilling
Huffington Post
June 6, 2014
Zach Carter and Kate Sheppard

Acidification of Oceans Gaining Attention, speaker at URI says
The Providence Journal
June 5, 2014
Richard Salit

Summer Founder Stirs North-South Climate Battle
The Daily Climate
June 3, 2014
Marianne Lavelle

After the Oil Spill
Ensia
June 2, 2014
Elizabeth Devitt

Unveiling New Carbon Plan, E.P.A. Focuses on Flexibility
The New York Times
June 2, 2014
Coral Davenport

Analyzing Artificial Reefs: More fish, or just more fish in one place?
Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine
June 2014
Melissa Gaskill

Deadly Dinners
May 28, 2014
Meera Subramanian

Surging Seas Mapping Tool Shows Impact of Climate Change on New England
The Boston Globe
May 22, 2014
Beth Daley

History Under Water: Climate Change Imperils Historic Cultural Sites
Huffington Post
May 20, 2014
Kate Shepard

California’s Agricultural Community Must Adapt or Face Climate Consequences, Scientists Say
The Sacramento Bee
May 20, 2014
Edward Ortiz

Feeling Defeated? These Solutions Fight Climate Change and Empower People
Grist
May 16, 2014
Brentin Mock

Post-BP Oil Spill Gulf Restoration Projects So Far Lack Basis in Science
Scientific American
May 12, 2014
Melissa Gaskill

Brothers Battle Climate Change on Two Fronts
The New York Times
May 10, 2014
Coral Davenport

New Report: Climate Change’s Impact Has Arrived
Delaware Online
May 6, 2014
Molly Murray & Jeff Montgomery

Bold White House Push on Climate
MSNBC
May 5, 2014
Kate Sheppard

Psychology and Social Science Reveal Deep Underpinnings of Climate Change Denial
Local NPR for the Cape, the Coast,
and the Islands
Heather Goldstone
April 21, 2014

Decoding Nature’s Soundtrack
Nautilus
April 10, 2014
Brandon Keim

Explaining the Cosco Busan Spill’s Toxic Effects: Scientists Report A Link Between Oil and Fish Heart Health
BayNature
April 9, 2014
Elizabeth Devitt

The City and the Sea
Orion Magazine
March/April 2014
Meera Subramanian

Rising Seas
The New York Times
March 28, 2014
Coral Davenport

EarthFix Conversation: 25 years Later, Scientists Remember the Exxon Valdez
KUOW.org
March 24, 2014
Ashley Ahearn

Climate Change Affects Agriculture Sector
CCTV America
March 21, 2014
Ginger Vaughn

Ocala Star Banner: Projects Aim to Protect Groundwater
Ocala.com
March 20, 2014
Dinah Voyles Pulver

RI Professors Study Oil Dispersants
Providence Business News
February 17, 2014
Rhonda Miller

Cool Roofs Might Not Be Enough to Save Cities from Climate Overheating
Scientific American
February 14, 2014
David Biello

Stalking Puget Sound Steelhead with Science
KUOW
February 11, 2014
Ashley Ahearn

Climate Change Needs to Become a Priority
Providence Business News
February 10, 2014
Rhonda Miller

Scientific Field Studies, Funded by BP, Start to Yield Results
Huffington Post
February 8, 2014
Susan Buchanan

Gulf Coast Residents Not Showing Higher Chemical Exposure Post BP-Spill Than Rest of Nation
Times Picayune
January 28, 2014
Benjamin Alexander Bloch

Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Conference Discusses Debunking Myths and Misconceptions
Times Picayune
January 26, 2016
Benjamin Alexander Bloch

Quahog Fishermen Please with Progress of Narragansett Bay Cleanup
RIPR
January 23, 2014
Ambar Espinoza

West Virginia Spill Exposes Disturbing Lack of Data About Hazardous Chemicals
Mother Jones
January 15, 2014
Kate Sheppard

As Lionfish Invade the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, Conservationists Say Eat Up
Scientific American
December 11, 2013
Melissa Gaskill

The Climate Challenge
Focus Online
November 2013
Judith Lavoie

Already Imperiled Nooksack Salmon Now Face Warmer World
Bellingham Herald
November 22, 2013
Ralph Schwartz

Researchers, Tribes Detail Climate’s Effects on Salmon
Capital Press
October 8, 2013
Steve Brown