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Climate Crisis: Why 2050 goals aren't good enough

With Joe Biden in office, a serious plan to combat climate change is finally in our sights — but the clock is ticking, and there is no more...
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Champagne goes green to battle climate change

It seems probable that the wine industry, more than any other agricultural industry, is going green in environmental terms.
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100% clean power? U.S. may be halfway there

Surveying the future in 2005, energy experts predicted a steady climb of carbon emissions from power plants over the next 15 years. Reality blew ...
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Why renewable electricity powers decarbonization — and pays off

Plugging in more stuff can slash Cascadia's climate-warming emissions at modest cost.
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Every new car and truck in the U.S. can be electric by 2035

The transition to EVs can happen faster than you think.
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As Interior becomes a battlefield for President Biden’s climate agenda, Sen. Joe Manchin III weighs in

The struggle over a top Interior Department leadership post is just one example how the agency has become the first major battlefield in the brew...
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Epic drought means water crisis on Oregon-California border

Hundreds of farmers who rely on a massive irrigation project that spans the Oregon-California border learned Wednesday they will get a tiny fract...
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Climate change makes Indian monsoon season stronger and more chaotic

Heavier rains that wash away crops could worsen hunger for a country in which farming makes up 20% of the economy.
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Ticks — and tick-borne risks — are creeping north to the Arctic as the climate warms

The warming climate in Alaska and across the circumpolar North is creating new health and safety risks for people, animals and ecosystems. This p...
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‘We cannot drink oil’: Campaigners condemn east African pipeline project

Activists have accused French and Chinese oil firms of ignoring huge environmental risks after the signing of accords on the controversial constr...
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American research station abandoned over fears it will fall into the Atlantic Ocean

Cape Cod is slowly changing shape as rising seas and stronger storms pose a more significant threat to the environment and others who work in the...
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Scientists concerned about the bottom of the food web in the Great Lakes

Right now, scientists are on a ship taking samples and measurements of the Great Lakes. They're trying to determine how the lakes will fare ...
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