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Glass Pharms, a UK-based firm, has achieved a milestone in producing the world's first carbon-neutral cannabis.

Damien Gayle reports for The Guardian.

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Japan, leveraging its technological prowess, has become the first country to issue sovereign bonds specifically for funding climate change initiatives and green technology.

Julian Ryall reports for Deutsche-Welle.

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Greenpeace's Chief Technology Officer, Priscilla Chomba-Kinywa, highlights the need for the tech industry to prioritize environmental sustainability.

Stephen Armstrong reports for WIRED.

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Supporters fear the possibility of a second Trump presidency and the environmental regulatory rollbacks that would surely follow.

Robin Bravender, Kevin Bogardus, and Michael Doyle report for Politico.

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An initiative in Wales plans to capture carbon emissions from a major gas power station and bury them at sea.

Steffan Messenger reports for BBC News.

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Virginia's transition to renewable energy gains momentum with the election of Kelsey Bagot and Samuel Towell as key utility regulators.

Hannah Chanatry reports for Inside Climate News.

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Nevada's rush to lithium mining for green energy faces a critical need for state-level planning to protect local communities and the environment.

Jeniffer Solis reports for Nevada Current.

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Georgia's push for community solar energy is met with resistance from Georgia Power, highlighting the complexities of expanding renewable energy in the state.

Jill Nolin reports for Georgia Recorder.

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Ross Gelbspan, a journalist who exposed the financial interests fueling climate change denial, has died, leaving behind a legacy of advocacy for truth in environmental reporting.

Brian Murphy reports for The Washington Post.

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Several U.S. states, led by Republican lawmakers, are pushing to ban the sale and production of lab-grown meat, citing concerns over competition and naturalness.

Kenny Torrella reports for Vox.

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Amid the growing popularity of electric vehicles, hybrids continue to play a significant role in the automotive industry.

Umair Irfan reports for Vox.

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Data scientist Hannah Ritchie offers a hopeful perspective on environmental sustainability, suggesting that the worst of planetary damage might be nearing its peak.

India Bourke reports for the BBC

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Innovative technologies are transforming wastewater into drinking water, compost, and energy, revolutionizing urban resource management.

Matt Simon reports for Wired.

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Music festivals are increasingly turning to sustainable energy sources, a move that's both challenging and costly.

Suzanne Bearne reports for the BBC.

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House Democrats are eager to capitalize on legislative accomplishments in the run-up to the 2024 elections, but are concerned over a perceived lack of unified messaging.

Emma Dumain reports for Politico.

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As the U.S. forges ahead with solar energy expansion, a complex challenge emerges: how to balance this growth with the protection of vital wildlife habitats.

Catrin Einhorn reports for The New York Times.

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Colorado lawmakers are debating a bill to phase out new oil and gas drilling by 2030, aiming to protect public health and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Michael Booth reports for The Colorado Sun.

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The U.S. Farm Bill, a significant spending package, could impact greenhouse gas emissions by aiding farmers in storing soil carbon, a crucial yet uncertain method in combating climate change.

Max Graham reports for Grist.

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