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Greta Thunberg’s happy crusade
From a Stockholm safe house, the teen-age activist discusses her disappointment in Biden and Merkel, her new documentary, “A Year to C...
Racism, inequities move to the center of the climate debate
Systemic racism and inequity has always run as a powerful undercurrent through environmental and climate change impacts. But it's taken a gl...
The coast-to-coast battle over rooftop solar
A debate over how best to compensate rooftop solar owners is taking place across the country.
Down to the wire: Biden's green goals face a power grid reckoning
The U.S. will need new electric transmission lines to meet the president's aim of eliminating the power sector's net carbon pollution. ...
This new tech mines old batteries to find critical ingredients for electric vehicles
Recycling batteries is time-consuming and involves dangerous chemicals. This new process could make it easier—and reduce the amount of mini...
Many states use outdated rainfall predictions when designing roads, bridges and dams
Lack of a current, national rainfall database means some states are using outdated data - some as much as 60 years old - as they design new roads...
Proposed Alberta Rockies coal mine faces growing calls for federal review
The Tent Mountain project, currently pegged for provincial review, narrowly skirts the production threshold that would automatically trigger a mo...
Climate scientists race to track shrinking sea meadows
Seagrasses store more than twice as much carbon and as land forests - but human activity is killing them off.
Chevron shareholders to vote on climate change proposals -filing
Chevron has pledged to limit the pace of growth of its carbon emissions that contribute to climate change, but has not set longer-term targets to...
Third of Antarctic ice shelves ‘will collapse amid 4C global heating’
‘Unimaginable amounts’ of water will flow into oceans if that temperature rise occurs and ice buffers vanish, warn UK scientists
Florida leaders OK using affordable housing trust fund for sea level rise, sewage plants
The Florida House sent to the governor a bill that would divvy up more than $400 million in tax dollars that in the past have been targeted towar...
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