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Op-ed: Flood survivors find common ground in a divided nation

Virginia Wasserberg is a lifelong Republican, a deeply conservative home-schooling mom from Southeast Virginia. Once a month, she logs onto Zoom ...
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Advocates wary Biden’s infrastructure plan won’t right past wrongs

If Biden's infrastructure plan is approved, experts warned that the people whose lives are most affected by the ongoing effects of the Highw...
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California county set for major expansion in oil, gas drilling

Health, environmental concerns aren’t deterring Kern County from a future with thousands more oil and gas wells.
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South Korean battery makers reach last-minute settlement

The Biden administration and two South Korean makers of batteries for electric vehicles have reached a last-minute deal that will allow the twin ...
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A bleak forecast for Canada's 600,000 energy industry workers

A report forecasts that up to three quarters of their jobs may vanish in a low carbon future and suggests a better approach to retraining.
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Indian Point is shutting down. That means more fossil fuel

When the Indian Point nuclear power plant shuts, its lost output will be filled primarily by generators that burn fuels that contribute to climat...
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'You cannot claim any more:' Russia seeks bigger piece of Arctic

Russia wants to stretch out imaginary lines on the ocean floor — and below it — and that has one northern security expert worried abo...
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How a 2019 Maine law spurred $100 million in solar investment

Lawmakers are reviewing the net energy billing policy, hoping to find the sweet spot that both encourages renewable energy and offers the greates...
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‘Negotiating with your worst enemy’: Biden in risky talks to pay Brazil to save Amazon

The US is negotiating a multi-billion dollar climate deal with Brazil that observers fear could help the reelection of president Jair Bolsonaro a...
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House hunters are fleeing climate change, causing a new kind of gentrification

A new survey shows that Americans are factoring climate change into their moving plans. This could push low-income families into at-risk areas.
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Biden banks on offshore wind to help curb climate change

Dominion Energy, Virginia's state utility, plans to install nearly 200 more ocean turbines east of Cape Henry over the next five years. And ...
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How climate change is threatening Navajo ranchers’ way of life

The Navajo Nation – covering a 27,000 square mile area straddling the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah – competes with growing ...
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