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ExxonMobil’s climate pitch to Biden: A $100B carbon project that greens hate

The oil and gas giant is pushing its carbon capture and sequestration technology to drive the type of speedy emissions reduction the White House ...
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Offshore wind is poised to take off in the U.S.—but it won’t be easy

The Biden administration plans to build thousands of offshore wind turbines by 2030, a daunting task. Experts say it’s possible if everythi...
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Andean glaciers are melting, reshaping centuries-old Indigenous rituals

The Snow Star Festival, an annual religious celebration, has been an integral part of Andean tradition and beliefs. But climate change and COVID-...
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Coal financing costs surge as investors opt for renewable energy

Study finds returns must repay four times the payoff from clean energy investment to justify escalating risk.
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Whatever climate change does to the world, cities will be hit hardest

How cities will suffer from global warming and sea level rise.
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Biden's big climate summit aims to reestablish US as a climate leader. Will others follow?

President Biden is convening a global climate summit Thursday — Earth Day — in a signal that the United States has returned to the fo...
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Shrinking sea meadows store more carbon than forests. Scientists are racing to track what’s left

Sea grasses play a large role in regulating ocean environments, storing more than twice as much carbon from planet-warming carbon dioxide per squ...
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Canadian budget goes big on green spending as environmentalists criticize tax credits for carbon capture

As the world confronts a warming climate, the federal Liberals are committing billions more dollars to a variety of measures meant...
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Multi-billion euro lawsuits derail climate action

An archaic energy treaty is being weaponized by big emitters to sue EU governments who are phasing out fossil fuels. Hundreds of billions of taxp...
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Haaland pivots Interior toward renewable energy

With the stroke of a pen, the Secretary of the Interior just undid most of Trump's harmful energy policies.
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Climate change: Future-proofing coffee in a warming world

Scientists say a "forgotten" coffee plant that can grow in warmer conditions could help future-proof the drink against climate change.
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Competition heats up in the melting Arctic, and the US isn't prepared to counter Russia

Russia is attempting to claim more of the Arctic seabed, an area rich in oil, gas and minerals. It's also expanding shipping and reopening A...
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