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The Biden administration on Wednesday announced a program that puts young people to work fighting climate change.
Don’t get fooled by a common myth. The reality: The landmark IRA includes provisions to incentivize domestic clean energy manufacturing and reduce U.S. dependence on China.
After being thwarted by Congress, President Joe Biden will use his executive authority to create a New Deal-style American Climate Corps that'll serve as a major green jobs training program.
Gov. Maura Healey announced she will sign environmental executive orders this week. Read about her proposed ban and new environmental goals.
Heatwaves claim tens of thousands of lives each year. Now a US mapping project is revealing those most at risk so they can get the help they need.
Sustainable farming, mercury-free fishing and circular trade are among the strategies Amazon Indigenous peoples have been developing to survive in one of the most hostile states for Indigenous people in Brazil.

In the last 15 years, Bangladesh has set an example of green and sustainable manufacturing by establishing numerous certified green factories.

A divided U.S. appeals court on Monday partially invalidated the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's approval for Colorado’s plan to reduce smog near Denver, after an environmental group complained it essentially allowed "unlimited" pollution from fracking.

As a member of the Karuk, Hupa and Yurok tribes, Ryan Reed has learned how fire can be used to restore forests and rivers, improving the ecosystem for salmon, elk, oak and hazelnut trees.

At Sakari Farms, Spring Alaska Schreiner maintains a seed bank, has launched a community kitchen, and teaches Native American youth traditional ecological knowledge.

It's not much bigger than a standard oven, but the burner box in this new pyrometric laboratory in Canberra can reach temperatures of 800 degrees Celsius.

Forces outside of Mother Nature are putting many sun-grown, regenerative cannabis farmers in Mendocino at risk.
The world’s largest-known deposit was just discovered in Nevada. What does that mean?

Activists joined with law makers to launch a campaign targeting single-use plastic in the Bay State to transition to a reuse, refill culture.

For a generation and more, Starbucks' throwaway cup has been a cornerstone of consumer society, first in the United States and then globally.

Dotted across rolling green fields at Bramham Park, a rainbow of plastic sheets flapped in the wind. The country estate, which had hosted around 100,000 revelers at the Leeds Festival in late August, stoodempty — except for the remnants of their tents.

In response to global soil shortages, war, and climate change, regenerative farming techniques are becoming more common in small scale farming operations around the world. That includes a five-acre apple orchard just north of Pittsburgh.

Ecuador’s Jama-Coaque Reserve, home to a vibrant cloud forest ecosystem, is part of what may be world’s most endangered tropical forest, of which only 2.23% remains.

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