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One solution to climate change no one is talking about

Carbon sequestering in the soil beneath our feet has the potential to mitigate—and even significantly reverse—human-caused global warming.

UK, Germany, France on pace for their hottest year on record

Following a summer marked by devastating heat waves, the UK, Germany, and France are on track for their hottest year on record, weather officials say.

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Addressing climate change will not "save the planet"

The dismal reality is that green energy will save not the complex web of life on Earth but the particular way of life of one domineering species.

#ClimateScam: denialism claims flooding Twitter have scientists worried

Many advocates are fleeing the platform, unnerved by the surge in climate misinformation since Musk’s chaotic takeover.

Massive die-off hits fir trees across Pacific Northwest

Labeled “Firmageddon,” by researchers, the drought-driven “mortality event” is the largest ever recorded in the region.

Top conservation issues to watch out for in 2023

15 emerging issues that anyone who cares about biodiversity ought to keep an eye on.

US DOT program expands to emphasize traffic safety and emissions

The Department of Transportation’s Every Day Counts program once emphasized auto-oriented infrastructure. Now it's doing more to take climate and safety into account.

Biden’s green subsidies are protectionist, E.U. officials say

The White House has little appetite for changes to the Inflation Reduction Act, but officials say the rulemaking process may help accommodate concerns.
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