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Vox – Across various segments of American life, the private sector has begun to take on tasks big and small that one might think should...

Vox – This is not the transformative climate deal that activists have been pushing for. Many of the promises President Joe Biden made on the...

Vox – Despite the outsize role that Indigenous peoples play in protecting nature, their contributions often go overlooked. “Tribal knowledge in land conservation is often...

Vox – In the United States, financing infrastructure and clean energy projects is often contingent on the quirks of partisan dealmaking in Congress. But there...

Vox – While the pool of people who have expressed hesitation about being vaccinated has shrunk, COVID-19 vaccine incentives have become mainstream, initiated by corporations...

Vox – About 430,000 acres of the Amazon’s lush, species-rich forests have been logged or burned so far in 2021, according to a new analysis of satellite imagery...

Vox – In a last-ditch effort to block legislation making it harder to vote, Texas Democrats resorted to a tactic they haven’t deployed since the...

Vox – More than a year after Covid-19 abruptly changed everyone’s routines, the United States is itching to return to “normal”. But for the climate,...

Vox – Swaths of websites went down on Tuesday morning after an outage at the cloud computing services provider Fastly. Internet users were unable to...

Vox – With the ceasefire came relief. The shelling had stopped. People were visiting each other, feeling happy. The Egypt-brokered ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, the Islamic...

Vox – Facebook announced on Monday morning that, starting today, it will test a new feature prompting users to actually open and read articles before...