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How climate change is stunting farm production

Since 1960 about 21 percent of global agriculture production, including livestock, tree farming, and traditional crops such as corn and soybeans,...
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Why activists distrust this plan to cut emissions from cars and trucks

Many justice advocates fear the initiative will leave overburdened communities behind.
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Big winter snows in the North could be fueled by Arctic sea ice loss

A new study finds a direct link between an extreme snow event in Europe and declining Arctic sea ice—and suggests it could be part of a pat...
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Coal mining in B.C. Rockies could expand with these proposals

Four proposed projects are undergoing environmental review in the Kootenay Rockies, where open-pit coal mining is tied to longstanding pollution ...
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Biden aims to juice EV sales, but would his plan work?

Dangling tax credits and rebates in his drive to fight climate change, President Joe Biden wants you to trade your gas-burning car, truck or SUV ...
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It's green and new. But Biden's deal aims for the center

President Biden campaigned as a modern FDR. But in one of the most important moments of his presidency - unveiling his infrastructure and climate...
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What happens when solar power gets much, much cheaper?

The plummeting price of electricity from solar panels is one of the driving forces aiding the transition to clean energy.
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California's scary dry, which is bad news for fire and water

This year everything's already so dry that our landscapes are just about ready to burn in Southern California.
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Fire and flood: 'Whole areas of Australia will be uninsurable'

Extreme weather events caused by the climate emergency are an existential threat to homeowners and industry alike.
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Biden reversing harmful efficiency rule

The Biden administration is proposing important changes to the Department of Energy's appliance efficiency program, taking the first steps n...
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Texas activists are fighting against a natural gas project abroad

The Texas Railroad Commission's about-face on natural gas flaring can be partially linked to pressure from European companies concerned abou...
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