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1.  U.S. Senate passes historic climate bill  

2022-08-07


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View In: Inflation Reduction Act
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 includes $369 billion for energy security and clean energy.

2.  200 million acres of forest cover have been lost since 1960  

2022-08-05


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View In: Forests
“Unprecedented” logging, mining, and agricultural expansion are razing forests faster than they can replenish, report finds.

3.  Drake’s private jet shows the climate impact of the influencer economy  

2022-07-27


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View In: Air Travel
The rapper's Boeing 767 was a gift from a Canadian cargo airline.

4.  Without Congress, what can Biden do to stem the climate crisis?  

2022-07-19


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View In: Biden On Climate
“It's now time for executive Beast Mode.”

5.  Heatflation: How sizzling temperatures drive up food prices  

2022-07-15


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View In: Food Prices
As heat waves strike Europe and China, crops are withering.

6.  Here are 3 ways the EPA can still regulate climate pollution  

2022-07-15


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View In: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
After West Virginia v. EPA, the Clean Air Act still holds the keys to climate action.

7.  US emissions cost the world $1.9 trillion in economic damages  

2022-07-13


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View In: Climate Change Damages
A new study pinpoints the economic cost of emissions, paving the way for international legal action.

8.  West Texas farmers and ranchers fear the worst as drought, heat near 2011 records  

2022-07-07


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View In: US Heat and Drought
2011 was the driest year on record for Texas, causing an estimated cost of $7.62 billion in crop and livestock losses. A dry and hot June has many sounding alarm bells about 2022.

9.  The Supreme Court’s climate decision came out of a decades-long campaign to kneecap regulation  

2022-06-30


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View In: Supreme Court Politization and Corruption
A brief history of how dark money and the country's most powerful legal organization brought us to this point.

10.  The farmers restoring Hawaii’s ancient food forests that once fed an island  

2022-06-30


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View In: Permaculture
Maui is a hub for GMO research, but Indigenous farmers are trying to bring back the abundant and thriving landscapes of their ancestors.

11.  The disease after tomorrow  

2022-06-27


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View In: Climate Change and Diseases
Five illnesses spreading in a hotter world

12.  Louisiana’s insurance market is collapsing, just in time for hurricane season  

2022-06-24


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View In: Hurricanes
At least seven companies have failed in the nine months since Hurricane Ida, sending homeowners into a panic.

13.  Biden’s new vision for the National Flood Insurance Program  

2022-06-23


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View In: Floods
The administration's flood insurance reforms could improve transparency — and make some Americans more vulnerable.

14.  Red alert: Portions of the Arctic are warming much faster than we thought  

2022-06-17


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View In: Arctic Ice
“What's happening in the far north is off the scale.”

15.  As a heat wave grips the US, lessons from the hottest city in America  

2022-06-15


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View In: US Heat and Drought
Summer is becoming unbearable. Phoenix holds solutions on how to cope.

16.  Record-breaking heat wave sprawls across US  

2022-06-13


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View In: US Heat and Drought
Medical experts worry that extreme heat is exacting a rising and deadly toll on public health.

17.  How inland America is adapting to high water  

2022-06-08


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View In: Floods
We spoke with community leaders, government officials, and residents all across “flyover country” about how they’re protecting their hometowns.

18.  How New Orleans neighborhoods are using nature to reduce flooding  

2022-06-08


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View In: Floods
Flood resilience takes a village — and a lot less concrete.

19.  Water security is now a key US foreign policy priority  

2022-06-03


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View In: Heat and the Poor
Almost half the global population will experience “severe water stress” by 2030. A new White House strategy aims to tackle the problem.

20.  In Hawaii, youth are suing over climate inaction  

2022-06-02


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View In: Climate Court Cases
They're targeting the state's biggest emitter, the transportation sector.

21.  Report sheds light on Fidelity’s little-known fossil fuel ties  

2022-06-01


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View In: Climate Finance
Climate is not a priority for the asset manager. Could its owners’ oil and gas company have something to do with it?

22.  In an era of drought, an obscure water contract is pitting California farmers against each other  

2022-05-26


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View In: California Extreme Weather
The so-called “exchange contract” has created a surreal split-screen effect: One group of farmers has ample water. Another has almost none.

23.  Shareholders win majority support for climate proposals at Exxon, Chevron  

2022-05-26


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View In: Climate Change and Corporations
Winning resolutions urged Exxon to disclose climate risks and Chevron to re-evaluate its methane reporting methods.

24.  Think climate action is expensive? Inaction could cost $178 trillion.  

2022-05-24


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View In: Climate Change Damages
But zeroing out emissions could create a green Industrial Revolution, a new report says.

25.  Jessica Reznicek set fire to Dakota Access Pipeline construction. Is she a terrorist?  

2022-05-18


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View In: Climate Protestors
Amid tightening protest laws, the activist is appealing a district court’s ruling applying a “terrorism enhancement” to her sentence.

26.  When wheat never dies  

2022-05-18


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View In: Permaculture
Could commercially viable and tasty perennial crops like Kernza be regenerative agriculture's holy grail?

27.  Why Boulder and Flagstaff are enlisting cities to suck carbon out of the atmosphere  

2022-05-17


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View In: Arizona Climate Change
Move over, Big Tech: These cities are building a local coalition for carbon removal.

28.  ‘Flash droughts’ are Midwest’s next big climate threat  

2022-05-16


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View In: US Heat and Drought
New research shows that dry weather is coming on more quickly than before, with little advance warning.

29.  How Congress is routing climate policy through the Army Corps of Engineers  

2022-05-12


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View In: Adapting to Climate Change
A bipartisan bill is poised to fund massive climate adaptation projects — it just doesn’t call them that.

30.  Wildfires are still catching us off-guard. Congress’ plan to fix that isn’t going anywhere.  

2022-05-11


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View In: WildFires
How the proposal to connect federal research agencies and improve wildfire research crashed and burned.

31.  A quiet revolution: Southwest cities learn to thrive amid drought  

2022-05-11


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View In: US Heat and Drought
San Diego, Phoenix, and Las Vegas have embraced innovative strategies for conserving and sourcing water, providing these metropolitan areas with sufficient water supplies to support their growing populations.

32.  An oil train is set to destroy pristine Utah mountains. Why won’t Biden stop it?  

2022-05-07


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View In: Carbon Lobby
Wildcat speculators, big oil companies, and state officials alike have been salivating over the Uinta Basin’s rich oil deposits for years.

33.  People vs. cargo: How a battle over Amtrak’s Gulf Coast line could shape the future of passenger rail  

2022-05-06


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View In: Rail Travel
Amtrak’s plan to resume service from New Orleans ran straight into two freight companies.

34.  As fires scorch New Mexico, the West braces for another hellish summer  

2022-05-06


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View In: US Heat and Drought
It’s only May, and the Calf Canyon fire is already the state’s second-biggest on record.

35.  Global heating risks most cataclysmic extinction of marine life in 250 million years  

2022-05-06


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View In: Ecocide
New research warns pressures of rising heat and loss of oxygen reminiscent of ‘great dying’ that occurred about 250 million years ago.

36.  Record heat in India and Pakistan is a wake-up call  

2022-05-04


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View In: India heat and drought
Climate change is making heat waves more frequent and intense, experts say.

37.  In Wisconsin, small towns want more regulations for big farms  

2022-05-03


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View In: Climate Change and Farming
The state's agricultural lobby says local efforts to regulate CAFOs are illegal.

38.  She’s supposed to protect Americans from toxic chemicals. First, she just has to fix Trump’s mess and decades of neglect.  

2022-04-30


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View In: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Biden promised to prioritize people over polluters. His pick to deliver that, Michal Freedhoff, is facing a bare-bones budget, demoralized staff, and increasingly angry advocates.

39.  Despite COP26 pledges, the world is losing way too many trees  

2022-04-29


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View In: Forests
A new report says the world's pristine forests were destroyed at a “relentless” rate in 2021.

40.  Following 14,000-gallon fuel spill, Pacific representatives call for UN investigation  

2022-04-28


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View In: Red Hill
Indigenous youth caucus calls for demilitarization of Hawaii and the Pacific.

41.  What I learned from pruning Milwaukee’s orphaned fruit trees  

2022-04-28


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View In: Forests
People are planting more trees. But they're not always prepared to take care of them.

42.  Study: Climate change is creating disease hotspots  

2022-04-28


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View In: Climate Change and Diseases
“The coming decades will not only be hotter, but sicker.”

43.  It’s raining harder than ever. New research says climate change is to blame.  

2022-04-27


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View In: Floods
Warmer temperatures cause heavier rainfall across the U.S. — even in the driest cities.

44.  As Lake Powell dries up, the US turns to creative accounting for a short-term fix  

2022-04-26


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View In: Lake Powell and the Colorado River Basin
A new agreement calls for Western states to leave their drinking water in the reservoir — and act as if they didn't.

45.  Will Big Oil and major banks face another reckoning from investors this year?  

2022-04-25


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View In: Climate Change And investors
A new season of shareholder climate demands has begun. Here’s what’s coming.

46.  Elon Musk-funded carbon removal prize announces 15 ‘milestone’ winners  

2022-04-22


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View In: Climate Change solutions
More than 1,000 teams have registered for the contest so far.

47.  Climate change is making jobs deadlier — and OSHA can’t take the heat  

2022-04-22


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View In: Heat and the Poor
The agency was chartered almost 20 years before the first Congressional hearing on climate change.

48.  Don’t Look Down  

2022-04-20


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View In: Permafrost
As permafrost thaws, the ground beneath Alaska is collapsing.

49.  CO2 pipelines are coming. A pipeline safety expert says we’re not ready.  

2022-04-18


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View In: Gas Pipelines
Companies want to build pipelines to capture and store carbon, but a new report warns that regulators aren’t prepared.

50.  Studies find climate change is driving ‘decisive increase’ in violent hurricanes  

2022-04-15


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View In: Hurricanes
Two new studies offer fresh insights into how climate change is shaping today’s hurricanes.

51.  The climate case for seizing superyachts, Russian and otherwise  

2022-04-05


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View In: Putin Enablers
Oligarchs' superyachts emit more carbon than some Pacific Island nations.

53.  Beyond the line: How an all-electric bus rapid transit system is transforming Indianapolis  

2022-03-30


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View In: Climate Change solutions
Combatting the climate crisis is going to require rethinking how Americans move.

54.  It’s official: Larger, more frequent wildfires are here  

2022-03-30


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View In: Global Heat and Drought
Fires scorched the country in March. Is ‘wildfire season’ a thing of the past?

55.  A new report reveals how the Dakota Access Pipeline is breaking the law  

2022-03-28


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View In: Gas Pipelines
Authors say the study could be pivotal in stopping DAPL.

56.  Lake Powell water crisis is about to be an energy crisis  

2022-03-21


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View In: Lake Powell and the Colorado River Basin
As the West's megadrought continues, communities reliant on hydroelectric power — including tribes and rural towns — face shortages.

57.  ‘This is a fossil fuel war’: Ukraine’s top climate scientist speaks out  

2022-03-15


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View In: German Energy Policy
As western governments untangle themselves from Russian oil and gas, Svitlana Krakovska argues that the roots of the climate crisis and invasion are in fossil fuels.

58.  Honolulu scores a win against Big Oil in climate change lawsuit  

2022-03-14


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View In: Beyond Oil And Gas Alliance
Out of over a dozen climate change cases filed nationwide, Honolulu’s lawsuit is leading the pack, attorneys say.

59.  Can cloud seeding help quench the thirst of the US West?  

2022-03-12


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View In: US Heat and Drought
In the midst of a historic megadrought, states in the American West are embracing cloud seeding to increase snow and rainfall.

60.  How the West’s megadrought is leaving one Arizona neighborhood with no water at all  

2022-03-10


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View In: US Heat and Drought
Thanks to Colorado River cuts, hundreds of residents on the outskirts of Phoenix are “the canary in the coal mine.”

61.  Amazon rainforest is nearing critical ‘tipping point’  

2022-03-08


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View In: Amazon Rain Forest
New research indicates that the forest is losing its ability to recover from deforestation, fire, and drought.

62.  The massive disconnect between Big Oil’s words and actions, in data  

2022-03-07


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View In: Carbon Lobby
A new study illustrates fossil fuel companies' greenwashing agenda.

63.  How Amazon is drastically undercounting its carbon footprint  

2022-03-05


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View In: Amazon
A private report shows the loopholes Amazon uses to lessen its climate impact.

64.  Colorado has an abandoned oil well problem. Now it’s asking drillers to pay up.  

2022-03-04


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View In: Beyond Oil And Gas Alliance
Colorado’s new oil and gas bonding rules ask for hundreds of thousands of additional dollars — but still might not cover all potential costs.

65.  Dengue, Lyme, and cholera: how climate change is spurring disease  

2022-03-03


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View In: Climate Change and Diseases
The IPCC's latest climate report warns governments to prepare as diseases move into new regions.

66.  As scientists sound the alarm on climate, Biden’s State of the Union barely mentions it  

2022-03-02


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View In: Biden On Climate
Instead, the president touted the release of “60 billion barrels of oil from reserves around the world.“

67.  Time is running out to adapt to climate change, new IPCC report says  

2022-02-28


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View In: IPCC
Region by region, the analysis describes “widespread, pervasive impacts” to ecosystems, people, settlements, and infrastructure.

68.  Biden has picked his Supreme Court nominee. Here’s her environmental record.  

2022-02-25


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View In: Ketaji Brown
Though Ketanji Brown Jackson has a mixed environmental record, green groups want the staunch liberal confirmed swiftly.

69.  The Postal Service plans to spend billions on gas-powered vehicles  

2022-02-25


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View In: US Post Office
The Postal Service's decision is a major blow to the Biden administration’s climate goals.

70.  Satellites don’t lie: Methane emissions are 70% higher than reported  

2022-02-24


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View In: Methane
A new IEA report says oil and gas companies could earn a profit by plugging methane leaks.

72.  An ‘emerging crisis’: The climate is changing too fast for plants and animals to adapt  

2022-02-18


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View In: Ecology
New UN report highlights how warming temperatures are upending nature's life cycles — with devastating impacts on agriculture and biodiversity.

73.  A California county moves to protect children from lead poisoning — but some aren’t ready for the solution  

2022-02-15


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View In: California Housing
Decision to ban sale of leaded aviation fuel triggers pushback from FAA and pilots.

74.  There’s an invisible ecosystem in the air — and climate change is disrupting it  

2022-02-14


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View In: Climate Change and Diseases
New research shows how warmer temperatures could push atmospheric pathogens into new areas.

75.  Cities’ biggest obstacle to flood-proofing isn’t money: It’s 50-year-old rainfall data.  

2022-02-14


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View In: How Bad Will West Coast Flooding Get?
Cities say they can’t plan for tomorrow’s storms using yesterday’s data.

76.  How a powerful company convinced Georgia to let it bury toxic waste in groundwater  

2022-02-12


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View In: Chemicals
Documents reveal Georgia Power went to great lengths to advocate for risky waste storage.

77.  Biden’s 500,000 EV charging stations get a $5 billion start  

2022-02-11


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View In: Ban Cars
Pete Buttigieg on the administration's plan for ultrafast charging.

78.  In the wake of a wildfire, who gets to rebuild?  

2022-02-10


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View In: California Housing
How climate-fueled fires are exacerbating the housing crisis sweeping the West.

79.  Can paying farmers to stop farming save the planet? Experts aren’t so sure.  

2022-02-09


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View In: Climate Change and Farming
This USDA program has been fighting soil erosion for decades. Now it’s pivoting to climate change.

80.  Historic flooding and a housing crisis left evicted Nooksack members with nowhere to go.  

2022-02-09


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View In: Floods
Faced with disenrollment and climate change, Nooksack tribal members are seeking human rights protections from the U.N.

82.  Lessons from New York: What makes a community turn against climate adaptation?  

2022-02-08


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View In: Adapting to Climate Change
To build a sea wall, you first have to build community trust.

83.  ‘The Shaman’s Apprentice’ is an antidote to ‘Don’t Look Up’  

2022-02-03


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View In: Climate Change solutions
Searching for solutions, Zacharias Kunuk’s latest film takes a grounded, Indigenous approach.

84.  How to cool one of the fastest-warming cities in the West  

2022-02-02


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View In: US Heat and Drought
In Phoenix, a new heat office hopes to prevent more people from dying of extreme heat.

85.  In blow to Biden administration, judge halts oil and gas leases in Gulf of Mexico  

2022-01-28


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View In: Biden On Climate
Biden has outpaced Trump in selling oil and gas permits on public lands. A federal judge has temporarily paused “runaway drilling.”

86.  Extreme weather is destroying more crops. Taxpayers are footing the bill.  

2022-01-28


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View In: Climate Change and Farming
Climate change is straining agricultural insurance systems in the US.

87.  In historic vote, Los Angeles will phase out oil drilling  

2022-01-27


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View In: Los Angeles
Once a magnet for urban oil drilling, the city now moves to curb its dependence on fossil fuel production.

88.  California’s plan to slash solar subsidies seems backwards. It’s not.  

2022-01-26


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View In: California Energy
The so-called 'solar tax' could be a boon to low-income families.

89.  Interest in civil disobedience has reached a mini climate tipping point  

2022-01-26


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View In: Climate Protestors
Non-violent protest for the planet? “Definitely,” say 5 percent of Americans in Yale study.

90.  Divestment campaigns — and reinvestment efforts — gain strength as climate change intensifies  

2022-01-25


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View In: Climate Change And investors
The global motion to sell off fossil fuel assets has picked up major speed this year.

91.  Why renters are uniquely vulnerable to climate disasters  

2022-01-25


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View In: Housing
The U.S. housing market is tight — and 40 percent of rental units are in the path of disaster.

92.  Why doesn’t every big box store have rooftop solar?  

2022-01-24


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View In: Climate Change solutions
Superstore roofs span billions of square feet. Covering them in solar panels could power nearly 8 million homes.

93.  Want to heal the planet? Stop ignoring Indigenous science.  

2022-01-24


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View In: Climate Change solutions
A Q&A with Jessica Hernandez, a Maya Ch’orti and Binnizá-Zapotec environmental scientist.

94.  Abandoned oil well counts are exploding — now that there’s money on the table  

2022-01-21


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View In: Oil Wells
$4.7 billion released by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has states rethinking their abandoned oil well tallies.

95.  Should the world ban solar geoengineering? 60 experts say yes.  

2022-01-21


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View In: GeoEngineering
They say the technology poses an “unacceptable risk.”

96.  Exxon pledges to cut emissions — but not from its oil  

2022-01-19


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View In: Carbon Lobby
Exxon Mobil's new net-zero pledge stacks up poorly, even by oil company standards.

97.  Energy Department slammed for funding ‘false’ plastics solutions  

2022-01-14


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View In: Biden On Climate
Advocates say the agency’s efforts to develop chemical recycling are a “waste of tax dollars.”

98.  Biden is ending Trump’s war on green appliances — but not very quickly  

2022-01-14


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View In: Biden On Climate
The Department of Energy reversed Trump’s rules on dishwashers, washers, and dryers, but is behind on reviewing more than 30 standards.

99.  Ghosts of Polluters Past  

2022-01-13


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View In: California and Pollution
As new soil tests reveal the pervasiveness of lead contamination, one California barrio continues its long struggle for justice

100.  Toxic Churn  

2022-01-13


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View In: California and Pollution
How the legacy of former industrial sites pollutes American cities today

101.  Flood survivors urge Congress to change inadequate insurance  

2022-01-11


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View In: Floods
A petition argues that the federal government’s current flood insurance policies are ill-equipped for an era of climate crisis.

102.  Coal was dying. Then 2021 happened.  

2022-01-10


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View In: Carbon Lobby
The dirtiest fossil fuel is on the rise — and with it, U.S. carbon emissions.

103.  Embracing a wetter future, the Dutch turn to floating homes  

2022-01-04


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View In: Adapting to Climate Change
Faced with worsening floods and a shortage of housing, the Netherlands is seeing growing interest in floating homes.

104.  An illustrated guide to 2021’s pipeline battles  

2021-12-23


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View In: Year 2021
Keystone, Dakota Access, Line 3: 2021 was a big year for pipelines.

105.  In an East Coast first, New Jersey will phase out diesel trucks  

2021-12-23


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View In: Ban Cars
New Jersey joins California, Oregon, and Washington in setting ambitious goals to electrify trucks by 2035.

106.  ‘Net-zero is not enough’: A new book explains how to end fossil fuels  

2021-12-22


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View In: Carbon Lobby
Sociologist Holly Buck wants you to know that fossil fuel phaseout isn’t a “fringe” idea.

107.  December’s tornadoes show a country desperately in need of disaster reform  

2021-12-22


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View In: Tornados
The US has completely failed to adapt to extreme weather events. Here is what it needs o do. Great article.

109.  The Biden administration said its drilling-lease spree in the Gulf was court-ordered. It wasn’t.  

2021-12-14


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View In: Biden Cabinet Directory
Leases that could lead to 600 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions didn't have to happen.

111.  Digital equity, one mile of cable at a time  

2021-12-07


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View In: Free Speech
How the installation of broadband internet is revitalizing hard-hit communities and rural economies.

112.  Blizzard warnings in Hawaii, no snow in Denver: What’s behind this month’s wild weather?  

2021-12-07


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View In: Extreme Weather
This December is giving a whole new meaning to weather whiplash.

113.  Toxic Tides: Climate change expected to cause 400 toxic California sites to flood by 2100  

2021-12-03


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View In: How Bad Will West Coast Flooding Get?
Communities of color are five times more likely than the general population to live within half a mile of a toxic site that could flood.

114.  Interior’s new oil and gas leasing plan sidesteps climate action  

2021-12-03


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View In: US Politics and Climate Change
The report leaves the door open for new leases on public land. What does that mean for the West?

115.  Green incentives usually help the rich. Here’s how the Build Back Better Act could change that.  

2021-12-02


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View In: Build Back better Bill
The reconciliation bill could shake up the tradition of green handouts to the wealthy.

116.  Shilling for Big Oil: Study analyzes PR’s hidden role in climate crisis  

2021-12-02


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View In: Climate Change Propoganda
Ever wonder why people keep talking about “clean coal”?

117.  Major fashion brands linked to deforestation in the Amazon, report finds  

2021-12-01


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View In: Amazon Rain Forest
Obscure supply chains connect at least 100 companies to illegal logging and land clearing in Brazil.

118.  Sustainable banking is an important part of addressing climate change  

2021-11-30


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View In: Finance
Sustainable banks drove a record amount of clean energy investment last year.

119.  Wildfires are erasing Western forests. Climate change is making it permanent.  

2021-11-29


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View In: Forests
The evidence is clear: Forests are shifting to scrublands across large swaths of the Western U.S.

121.  COP26: Goals, who’s going, and why it matters  

2021-11-01


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View In: COP26
What’s a COP? Who’ll be there? Can I stream it? Read on to find out.

122.  Why developing countries say net-zero is ‘against climate justice’  

2021-10-25


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View In: Climate Justice
Without faster decarbonization and more funding, rich nations risk losing the developing world’s trust.

123.  Report: Plastic is on track to become a bigger climate problem than coal  

2021-10-22


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View In: Miscellaneous Climate Change Articles
A new report details 10 ways, from fracking to incineration, that plastic contributes to global warming.

124.  European activists want to ban fossil fuel ads. Why can’t we do that here?  

2021-10-18


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View In: Carbon Lobby
In the U.S., ad restrictions could risk “running afoul of the Constitution.”

125.  The EPA may finally reckon with aviation’s dirty secret: leaded fuel  

2021-08-25


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View In: Social Movements More
It’s unconscionable to think about the hundreds of thousands of children that have been exposed to lead over all of these years from airport activity.”

126.  Huge ‘heat dome’ expected to bring punishing temperatures to the US. Again.  

2021-07-28


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View In: Heat Domes
This week's heat wave will roast areas already gripped by severe drought, plunging reservoirs, and wildfires.