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The climate solution actually adding millions of tons of C02 into the atmosphere

New research shows that California’s climate policy created up to 39 million carbon credits that aren’t achieving real carbon savings...
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Republicans join Senate Dems in restoring Obama climate rule

The measure is now expected to move to the House for a vote, which would then send it to Biden's desk upon passage. A vote in that chamber h...
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Joanne Chory is harnessing plants to stop climate change

Plants are Earth's original carbon capture machines. Can they be engineered to stop climate change?
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The Exxon of green power: A Spanish company and its boss set sky-high goals

Iberdrola is a leader in wind and solar power, thanks largely to a bet its C.E.O. made 20 years ago.
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Poland clinches ′historic′ deal to phase out coal by 2049

The deal marks the first time the powerful coal mining sector has agreed to reduce its presence. With this pledge, Poland can meet EU climate goa...
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Bill McKibben: Renewable energy is suddenly startlingly cheap

Now the biggest barrier to change is the will of our politicians to take serious climate action.
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THRIVE Act: Democrats introduce green jobs and justice initiative

The THRIVE Act aims to create 15 million new “family-sustaining" jobs while lifting up communities that have borne the brunt of enviro...
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DOE unveils grid plans to unlock renewables

The Biden administration announced new actions yesterday to speed an expansion of the nation's high-voltage power grids to accommodate the t...
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A warming world threatens Colombia’s coffee future

Colombia is the second-largest producer of Arabica coffee, but changing climate, soil, and precipitation patterns are already altering the harves...
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3 reasons climate prompts some to not have kids

Overconsumption, overpopulation, and uncertainty about the future are top concerns of people who say climate change is affecting their decision w...
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Reversing warming quickly could prevent worst climate change effects: Study

Simple mathematical models suggest overshooting Paris climate accord emission targets for a short time won’t immediately trigger some envir...
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‘Life support’ measures could buy Great Barrier Reef another two decades, study finds

Shading corals and deploying more heat-resistant species across the Great Barrier Reef on an as-yet untested scale could buy the world heritage s...
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