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Heated.World – Accountability journalism for the climate crisis by Emily Atkin.

Amy Westervelt is an award-winning print and audio journalist and podcaster who reports on the environment and climate crisis. She has contributed to The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian and NPR, among others.

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HillReporter.com is an independently owned news publisher. Its mission is to deliver factually correct news stories on breaking political stories that speak to the current political climate in the United States.

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Covering Climate Now is a global journalism initiative committed to more and better coverage of the defining story of our time.

EcoWatch – “Environmental News for a Healthier Planet and Life”

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The MAHB website at Stanford University is a platform for helping global civil society address the interconnections among the greatest threats to human well-being.

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Environmental News Bits – “Browsing environmental news so you don’t have to”

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Climate Impact Lab – “Leveraging a first-of-its-kind, evidence-based, data-driven approach to quantify climate impacts — both past and future — using historical climate and socioeconomic data from around the world to understand the relationship between climate and society.”

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Treehugger – Sustainability Made Simple – “Your source for green design & living news, commentary and advice.”

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Treading My Own Path: Steps Towards a Sustainable Lifestyle – “If you care about our planet and the consequences your actions have (and I know that you do), and you’re looking for a better way of living, then you’re in the right place!”

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