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Air Pollution news and analysis from The Nation
May 22, 2017
True Climate Justice Puts Communities of Color First
Black and brown communities have long borne the brunt of our addiction to fossil fuels—and now they are leading the fight for a post-carbon economy.
April 27, 2017
Saving Coal Country by Ending Coal’s Empire
A Kentucky coalition has plans to make Appalachia’s transition from fossil fuels a boon for local empowerment.
April 21, 2017
As We Approach the Peoples Climate March, Here Are Six Ways to Fight to Save the Planet
The stakes are higher than ever before.
March 30, 2017
Trump Is Alt-Wrong
March 15, 2017
Trump’s Obsession With Cutting Regulations Will Make America Sick
If Republicans have their way, curbing air and water pollution will take a back seat to maximizing profits.
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March 7, 2017
Get Ready for Trump’s Climate-Denial Offensive
If Trump continues his assault on common sense about climate change, America is going to lose—and lose big.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
February 21, 2017
Are We Doing All We Can to Prevent Lead Poisoning?
Lead paint poisons many more children than any other source. Are housing demolitions putting their health in danger?
February 13, 2017
Big Oil’s Grip on California
In America’s greenest state, the industry has spent $122 million in the past six years to shape regulation and legislation. It wins more than you think.
Michael J. Mishak, Center for Public Integrity
January 31, 2017
This Bay Area Proposal Would Strike a Huge Blow to the Dirtiest Forms of Oil Production
A proposed emissions cap would prevent the area’s refineries from converting dirtier-burning oils into fuel. Will it pass?
January 20, 2017
Scott Pruitt Is Bad for Your Health
At his confirmation hearing, the nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency
struggled to identify cases in
which he’d stood up for environmental and health protections.