Judges question EPA's lifting of ban on climate super pollutant HFCs
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Judges question EPA's lifting of ban on climate super pollutant HFCs

In her first day on the court, Trump-appointed Judge Neomi Rao seemed to offer a thin defense of EPA's decision, in contrast to her new colleagues.

Fact check: Fossil fuels are No. 1 climate change cause, not animals

A viral post claims that animal agriculture is the "biggest contributor" to climate change. But experts say fossil fuels are the largest contributor.
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Climate protesters guilty of smashing up Barclays' London HQ

Seven women who smashed windows at the London headquarters of Barclays bank as part of a climate protest have been told they potentially face jail after being found guilty of causing criminal damage.

U.S. climate goals threatened by continued investment in natural gas

Despite climate targets set by the Biden administration and corporate executives, the U.S. is still building new natural gas plants that threaten to cause greenhouse gas emissions for decades to come.

Mo Ibrahim on impact of climate change in Africa and global COP27 talks

Sudan-born billionaire Mo Ibrahim talks about the impact of “loss and damage” compensation and his foundation’s work in documenting the impact of climate change on the continent.

Los Angeles bans oil and gas drilling within city limits

The Los Angeles City Council has voted to ban new oil and gas drilling and phase out existing wells over the next two decades, a historic decision that comes after years of complaints by residents about how pollution from nearby drilling has caused them health issues.

'Buy America' timeline threatens to delay EV charger network

Construction of a national web of electric vehicle charging stations could be delayed if the Biden administration enforces a January deadline to manufacture the chargers domestically, according to industry officials who are racing to build the network.

How Greenland’s ice streams could have major impact on sea level rise

New radar technology allowing scientists to examine the Greenland ice sheet has revealed that major flows of ice across the continent can change much more rapidly than was previously thought.

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WATCH: The latest evidence of widespread sperm count decline

WATCH: The latest evidence of widespread sperm count decline

"Pregnant women, and men planning to conceive a pregnancy, have a responsibility to protect the reproductive health of the offspring they are creating."

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