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Catch up with last week's climate and health news.

Stay up to date this long holiday weekend with all the latest climate and health news from across the nation and world.

Nourbese Flint is the Policy Director and Manager of Reproductive Justice Programming for Black Women for Wellness and a Climate Day LA speaker.

Rachelle Wenger is the Director of Public Policy & Community Advocacy of Dignity Health and a speaker at Climate Day LA 2017.

On June 12th and 13th, almost 100 nursing professionals from around the country came to Washington, D.C. to attend the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments’ Climate Change, Health, and Nursing: A Call to Action conference. This week, ecoAmerica intern Mark Oswald shares his reflections on this inspiring event.

Here's some news you can use from last week.

This month's Champion is Tanjila Taskin, a graduate research assistant at the University of North Texas Health Science Center who intends to pursue a career in environmental epidemiology. Read what she has to say about mental health, climate -- and ecoAmerica communication guides!

Catch up with what's been happening in politics, energy, communications, medicine, and more.

When President Donald J. Trump announced on June 1 that he intends to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris Agreement, many of us were disappointed, even stunned. But then something remarkable happened.

What's the news across the nation? We have got the information.