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Fitting in some analog home time, and music, amid the digital flow of work seeking a better planet.
A lyrical nature writer explains her optimistic view of the deepening human imprint on the Earth.
Leaning on the Clean Air Act, President Obama has reshaped environmental policy more than any previous occupant of the White House.
The regulation would be the latest in a series of E.P.A. controls on air pollution that wafts from smokestacks and tailpipes, and would probably set off a battle among all sides of the issue.
Industry groups, energy companies and 20 states are challenging the E.P.A.'s interpretation of the law and whether the costs of adhering to regulations should be taken into account.
A landowner wants to sell wooded lots to the Town of East Hampton to keep the land undeveloped and the aquifer pristine, but the previous owner’s family may stop the sale.
Domestication happened to humans, too. We’ve evolved a lot like pets.
Despite pressure from Beijing, factories continue to dump toxic waste into waterways because the cost of violating the rules is lower than the cost of compliance.
Oncologists say they are being forced to sell or close their practices because insurers have reduced payments to them and because drugs are so expensive.
In a century, the number of glaciers in Montana’s Glacier National Park, on the Canadian border, has dropped to about 25 from 150.