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THE WORLD FINALLY STARTED CUTTING CLIMATE POLLUTION. NOW IT NEEDS TO MULTIPLY THAT BY 10.
New research shows that climate regulations work but more countries need to get on board.
Environmental Issues
4 days ago
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JOHN KERRY LAMENTS '4 TERRIBLY LOST YEARS' OF CLIMATE CHANGE SETBACKS UNDER TRUMP
Kerry called the former president an "aberration" whose policies had only encouraged environmental skepticism around the globe.
Environmental Issues
3 days ago
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AFTER CHAMPIONING GREENER BUILDING CODES, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOSE RIGHT TO VOTE
The nonprofit consortium that oversees much of the nation's building codes just gave the construction and gas industries more control over the process.
Environmental Issues
3 days ago
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keys  >  Building Engineering, Local Government, Building Code  

INTERIOR SECRETARY NOMINEE DEB HAALAND CLEARS SENATE COMMITTEE
Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski joined Democrats in advancing Biden's historic pick to lead the agency.
Environmental Issues
3 days ago
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keys  >  Nominee Deb Haaland, Lisa Murkowski, Laguna Pueblo, Pueblo People  

THE WORLD'S LARGEST INTACT FOREST IS IN DANGER. HERE'S HOW TO SAVE IT.
The boreal forest is threatened by climate change and human activity. Without urgent action, it could reach a terrifying tipping point.
Environmental Issues
3 days ago
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keys  >  Climate Change, Earth Sciences, Climatology, Ecosystems  

BIDEN ADMINISTRATION BACKS TRUMP ON SOLAR TARIFF SUIT
The Biden administration stood behind Trumps stance on solar tariffs in a Monday filing with the U.S. Court of International Trade, a move that could harm efforts to challenge those duties from the solar industrys largest trade group.
Green Energy News
4 days ago
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CLIMATE CHANGE IS TIGHTENING INSURANCE MARKETS. THAT'S NO GOOD FOR THE SOLAR INDUSTRY
In the spring of 2019, the sky in parts of West Texas opened up, in some areas dropping hailstones as big as baseballs, according to the National Weather Service. Beyond cracking car windows and damaging rooftops, the hailstorm struck a 180-megawatt solar project developed by 174 Power Global . . .
Green Energy News
5 days ago
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FROM BROOKLYN TO THE SOUTH PACIFIC, ONE PLATFORM FINDS DISTRIBUTED ENERGY OPPORTUNITY EVERYWHERE
The lush island nation of Samoa and the densely packed urban neighborhood of Brownsville, Brooklyn may seem to have little in common. Yet they are both at the forefront of some of the most cutting-edge clean energy projects in their respective geographies. .
Green Energy News
4 days ago
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key  >  Long Island  

NEW PLANS REVEAL HOW CHINA'S GRID IS PREPPING FOR NET-ZERO CARBON
In September 2020, Chinas President Xi Jinping told the U.N. General Assembly that the country is aiming to be carbon-neutral by 2060.
Green Energy News
4 days ago
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keys  >  Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Low-carbon Economy, Resource Economics, Carbon Neutrality  

THE WORDS THAT ARE IN AND OUT WITH THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION
The president has been clear to all of us words matter, tone matters and civility matters, said Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary.
NYTimes - Environment
10 days ago
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JENNIFER GRANHOLM IS CONFIRMED AS ENERGY SECRETARY.
Ms. Granholm will oversee an agency that plays a leading role in researching and developing new energy technologies.
NYTimes - Environment
10 days ago
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BLINKEN PROPOSES A FOREIGN POLICY NOT 'DISCONNECTED FROM OUR DAILY LIVES'
In his first major address, the secretary of state pledged to focus on how diplomacy has a direct effect on regular Americans. At the top of the list: dealing with China.
NYTimes - Environment
3 days ago
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key  >  Antony Blinken  

A SMALL HINT OF BIG TROUBLE IN THE OCEANS
Some scientists fear that meltwater from Greenland may be affecting ocean currents that help regulate far-reaching weather patterns.
NYTimes - Environment
4 days ago
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keys  >  Earth Sciences, Glaciology, Greenland  

CALIFORNIA CONDORS GET AN ASSIST FROM AN UNLIKELY SOURCE: A WIND POWER COMPANY
Federal wildlife authorities in California are working with a wind energy company to breed the endangered birds in captivity to replace any that may be killed by turbine blades. Conservationists are skeptical.
NYTimes - Environment
4 days ago
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keys  >  Renewable Energy, Wind Power, Big Sur  

ENERGY HEDGING: A NEW WAY TO MAKE DEMAND RESPONSE PAY IN CALIFORNIA?
The business of demand response cutting energy use to reduce peak grid demands has evolved with the growing capability of technologies to enable it over the decades, from the manual emergency load-shedding of the past to the modern incarnation of virtual power plants, which coordinate digitally . . .
Green Energy News
4 days ago
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keys  >  Electric Power Distribution, Energy Conservation, Energy Economics, Electrical Grid  

US ELECTRIC COMPONENT MANUFACTURING ON THE RISE
Accurate descriptions of the U.S. clean energy market have always required a bit of nuance.
Green Energy News
3 days ago
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DUKE ENERGY FACES CHALLENGES TO ITS PUSH FOR NEW NATURAL GAS PLANTS
Duke Energys plan to build gigawatts' worth of new natural-gas generators to supply its grid over the next 15 years has already drawn fire from clean-energy advocates who say it violates the utilitys long-range decarbonization goals and could leave customers paying for power plants that cant . . .
Green Energy News
3 days ago
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keys  >  Renewable Energy, Electrical Grid, Solar Power  

STORAGE INTEGRATOR FLEXGEN GAINS NEW LEADERSHIP AT CRUCIAL TIME
FlexGen supplied large-scale grid batteries to ERCOT before the energy storage market took off there. Now, the founder has exited and the company has brought on new leaders from the solar startup world to grow business nationwide. .
Green Energy News
3 days ago
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keys  >  Alternative Energy, Power Engineering, Renewable Energy, Energy In Texas  

GERMANY SETTLES NUCLEAR PHASEOUT LEGAL DISPUTES FOR $2.9B
The German government has agreed to a multibillion-euro compensation deal with major utility firms on Friday over its ongoing nuclear energy phaseout. . The majority of the 2.
Green Energy News
2 days ago
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keys  >  Energy Policy, Economies, Germany, Euro  
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GREAT APES AT SAN DIEGO ZOO BECOME FIRST OF THEIR KIND TO RECEIVE COVID-19 VACCINE
The experimental shots were developed specifically for animals and delivered after eight gorillas at the zoo tested positive for the coronavirus in January.
Environmental Issues
3 days ago
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keys  >  San Diego Zoo, Gorilla  

CELEBRATING THE TRAILBLAZING BLACK WOMEN SHAPING U.S. HISTORY IN REAL TIME
And THAT'S That" hosts Taryn Finley, Shaquille Romblay and Ja'han Jones discuss Black women leading the charge during times of crisis, and what true appreciation looks like.
Environmental Issues
2 days ago
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THE CHARMING DOCUMENTARY WHERE TRUFFLE-HUNTING DOGS ARE THE STARS
Directors Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw embedded themselves among enigmatic Italian practitioners to make "The Truffle Hunters."
Environmental Issues
2 days ago
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key  >  The Truffle Hunters  

A BALD EAGLE ICE SKATING IS JUST WHAT WE ALL NEED
The bird turned a frozen lake in New Hampshire into a tour de force performance.
Environmental Issues
2 days ago
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keys  >  Winter Olympic Sports, Scavengers, Bald Eagle, Skating  

SCIENTISTS DISCOVER 'SPACE HURRICANE' HIGH ABOVE THE EARTH
The mass of plasma roiled above the magnetic North Pole for about eight hours, raining electrons instead of water.
Environmental Issues
18 hrs ago
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