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Paris climate agreement overlooks wood pellet loophole

With the U.S. back in the Paris Agreement, and with governments across the country evaluating how they can cut carbon emissions, a question remai...
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Bike license laws have a racial profiling problem

A New Jersey incident between police and teens on bicycles has rekindled the controversy over the discriminatory enforcement of bi...
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Using hydrogen to back up the grid

Energy experts foresee a future in which hundreds of massive hydrogen plants help keep the entire grid in balance. And not just by turning on and...
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How California oil spillers fend off new climate laws

The oil company behind a spill in Inglewood is headed by a powerful lobbying official who's fighting tougher regulations.
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Biden closes landmark summit with a message: Climate action equals jobs

"When we invest in climate resilience and infrastructure, we create opportunities for everyone," the president said.
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The White House says the U.S. lags behind China on clean technology

A new report warns that, without a significant investment in research and development, America could become dependent on its competitors.
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How a wave of electric trucks could create millions of ‘accidental environmentalists’

Auto makers’ powerful new all-electric trucks and SUVs are attracting U.S. customers who wouldn’t otherwise shop for green machines; ...
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Scientists are sounding the alarm on Canada’s melting permafrost

Nearly half of Canada's land mass lies above permafrost. As it thaws, greenhouse gases stored for centuries in the frozen ground are release...
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Halting the vast release of methane is critical for climate, U.N. says

A landmark United Nations report is expected to declare that reducing emissions of methane, the main component of natural gas, will need to play ...
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What is an automaker? The EV redefines it

Electric vehicles are shifting what it means to be an automaker -- a move with repercussions for emissions, technology and the transportation sec...
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