Climate Crimes on the Border, in the Amazon, and in Boardrooms: The Intercept’s 2019 Environment Coverage

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American Catholic nun Dorothy Stang died defending a sustainable development model for the Amazon. Can her legacy survive in Bolsonaro’s Brazil?

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The swirling mix of far-right politics and the actual threats posed by the climate crisis raises questions about what’s happening in the Arizona desert.
By Ryan Devereaux

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