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To mark the 25th anniversary of Chernobyl's disaster and the lessons it still holds for us today, The Nation has assembled a collection of articles from our archives.
In honor of Earth Day 2011, The Nation has collected some of our strongest reporting from the past year on the environment, climate change and what can be done to protect our planet.
The world’s second-largest economy is emerging as a pacesetter in solar and wind technology.
Now that climate change is an undeniable reality around the world, the only option left requires not only reducing carbon emissions, but also adapting to the effects of man-made global warming already underway.
On April 26, 1986, a reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukraine exploded, precipitating the worst nuclear disaster in history. Now, on the twenty fifth anniversary of the explosion, it is worth revisiting this horrific episode and to reflect on the lessons we still have not learned.
Is the nation's best public park system poised to become an enormous gas field?
As the US government continues to ignore the science on climate change, we are heading down the path towards an uninhabitable world.
PowerShift's green organizers descended on Washington this weekend and gave Obama some tough love.
Some Greens have embraced nuclear power as an alternative to fossil fuels, but the economics just aren't there.
When it looked like Obama might cave to the Republican attack on the EPA, the outcry from environmental organizations was swift. And it worked.