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Greenwashing methane gas: Seeing a fossil fuel’s true colors

Clean energy

Greenwashing methane gas: Seeing a fossil fuel’s true colors

Millions of Americans rely on the energy produced by natural gas to turn the lights on, cook their food and heat their homes. But many do not understand the full scale of the environmental and human costs that come with it, or the lengths energy companies go to to hide those costs.

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What is the cost of our clothes?

Reduce, reuse

What is the cost of our clothes?

Your polyester clothes might be trendy, but the fashion industry's reliance on plastic is becoming increasingly unsustainable and even dangerous - both for the environment and human health.

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Fact file: Americans drive the most

New economy

Fact file: Americans drive the most

Americans drive a whole lot more than most other people in the world. That means more noise, more pollution and more deaths. Maybe it's time to rethink how we get around.

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What’s going on up there? The potential for solar on superstores

Solar power

What’s going on up there? The potential for solar on superstores

Superstores might be hard to miss, but they're hiding something on their roofs: huge potential for solar power. Building solar on America's 100,000 big box stores would cut energy use, reduce air pollution, fight global warming and make the electric grid more resilient.

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