Nathan Rott Nathan Rott is a correspondent on NPR's National Desk, where he focuses on environment issues and the American West.
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Rep. Deb Haaland would be the country's first Native American Cabinet secretary. She opposed many Trump environmental rollbacks on public lands and considers climate change "the challenge of our lifetime." Juan Labreche/AP hide caption

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In Historic Move, Biden To Pick Native American Rep. Haaland As Interior Secretary

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Trump Administration Postpones Listing Monarch Butterfly As Endangered Species

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Biden Pledges To Conserve Nearly A Third Of U.S. Land And Water By 2030

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U.S. Heads Into Winter Months With Coronavirus Cases Surging

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As health care professionals grapple with soaring numbers of COVID-19 cases across the U.S., they're also combating another quick-spreading and frustrating contagion: misinformation. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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COVID-19 Denial Still Rampant In Some Coronavirus Hot Spots

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Many Challenges Arise When People Doubt Pandemic's Threat

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Biden's Climate Change Plans Could Face Serious Challenges In A Divided Congress

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A gray wolf is captured by a remote camera on U.S. Forest Service land in Oregon in 2017. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife/AP hide caption

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Wind turbines near Dwight, Ill. and a pump jack in Cotulla, Texas. The presidential candidates have opposing views on the future of U.S. energy. Scott Olson and Loren Elliott/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Climate Change Is A Top Campaign Issue — At Least For Democrats

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What Would A 2nd Trump Term Mean For The Environment?

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Experts Say It Is Time To Update Fire Suppression Policies

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World Leaders Address Collapse Of The Natural World At The U.N. Biodiversity Summit

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As Oregon Wildfires Burn, Some Evacuees Are Returning Home

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