Oregon allows a controversial fracked gas power plant to begin construction
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Oregon allows a controversial fracked gas power plant to begin construction

Having fought the plant for years, environmentalists expressed surprise that the state has greenlighted a major new greenhouse gas polluter.

India′s forgotten stray animals suffer under record heat waves

Millions of street animals are struggling to escape blistering temperatures and dehydration. The heat waves have already caused widespread damage across India.
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E-bike sales and sharing are booming
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E-bike sales and sharing are booming. But can they help take cars off the road?

E-bikes, already taking off during the pandemic, are getting a big boost from states that hope they will reduce driving, energy consumption and emissions.

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Indonesian palm oil audit a chance to clean up ‘very dirty’ industry

The Indonesian government plans to audit all palm oil companies operating in the country, in a bid to tackle an ongoing shortage and high prices of cooking oil.

What the Canadian government’s aquaculture news means for wild fish

Salmon need to reach the ocean without being infected by open-net pen farms, says Alexandra Morton.

What polar bear genomes may reveal about life in a low-ice Arctic

Two new studies use whole genome sequencing to explore how the animals have fared in warmer conditions, raising questions about climate and adaptation.
Covid, conflict and climate are fueling a global food crisis
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Covid, conflict and climate are fueling a global food crisis

“If you think we’ve got hell on earth now, you just get ready,” the executive director of the World Food Programme David Beasley warned recently.

The ocean is climate change’s first victim and last resort

Rain forests may be known as the planet’s lungs, but it’s when standing before the seas, with their crashing waves and ceaselessly cycling tides, that we feel the earth breathe.

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