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  • How to get your kids outside: Renowned outdoorsman shares tips

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  • Dallas-Fort Worth becomes 1st airport to use cooking oil as jet fuel

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  • Al Roker takes part in first-of-its-kind Aspen climate event in Miami

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  • Climate officials say over half of US is now in a drought

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  • Al Roker surprised with honor of becoming first NOAA emissary

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  • Eco-friendly products: Bottle-free beauty set, felt lunch bags, more

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  • South Korea to begin building a floating city for 12,000 people

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  • See these Earth Week experiments with Kate the Chemist

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  • TODAY sets record for most people watering plants at once

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  • Hottest sustainable products: Dryer balls, outlet timer, more

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  • Meet the mom minimizing waste with eco-friendly cleaning supplies

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  • How Earthships are a key tool in navigating environmental changes

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  • Earth-friendly finds: Makeup eraser, reusable straws, more

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  • Inspiring America: Lester Holt announces 2022 Inspiration List

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  • Inside Puerto Rico’s push for eco-friendly power

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  • How to protect your home against oil leaks

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  • Inside ranchers’ efforts to save the American bison

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‘All We Can Save’ authors push for more diversity in climate discussion

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Marine biologist Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and writer and geographer Katharine K. Wilkinson sit down with Dylan Dreyer to talk about their book, “All We Can Save,” which showcases the importance of bringing female voices to the forefront of the climate change movement.