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Copper manufacturers in Montreal are boosting recycling efforts to meet rising demand.

Jennifer McDermott reports for The Associated Press.

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Farmers are using technology to reduce food waste, but without addressing labor abuses and immigration policies, these efforts fall short.

Ted Genoways reports for Inverse.

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Workers at the Blue Bird school bus factory in Georgia have shown that unionizing for better conditions is possible, even in the traditionally anti-union South, amid a push for electric vehicle production.

Gautama Mehta reports for Grist.

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Bill Gates has started construction on an advanced nuclear power plant in Wyoming, aiming to transform power generation.

Jennifer McDermott reports for The Associated Press.

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The Environmental Defense Fund will invest in exploring technologies that could artificially cool the planet, reflecting sunlight into space as a way to combat rising global temperatures.

Christopher Flavelle reports for The New York Times.

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People who closely follow an environmentally conscious plant-heavy diet that also includes modest portions of meat and dairy, dubbed the Planetary Health Diet, have a 30% lower risk of premature death from common causes such as cancer and heart disease, according to new research.

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The Biden administration has unveiled a new federal definition for zero-emissions buildings, aiming to set a national benchmark for sustainable construction.

Kriston Capps reports for Bloomberg.

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A neighborhood in Framingham, Massachusetts, is implementing a pilot program to connect homes and businesses to a communal geothermal heating and cooling system.

Isabella O'Malley reports for The Associated Press.

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Illinois legislators have approved a two-year moratorium on carbon capture pipelines, awaiting new federal safety regulations.

Juanpablo Ramirez-Franco reports for Grist.

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A U.S. judge has dismissed a challenge by Native American tribes and environmentalists against a $10 billion energy transmission project in Arizona.

Susan Montoya Bryan reports for The Associated Press.

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The International Energy Agency reports that global investment in clean energy will hit $2 trillion in 2024, with solar power receiving the most funding.

Nina Chestney reports for Reuters.

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A new UN report emphasizes the need for countries to enhance protections for Indigenous peoples and ensure that green energy projects do not exploit their lands.

Anita Hofschneider reports for Grist.

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Ali Zaidi, Biden’s chief climate adviser, cautioned that the GOP's "U-turn agenda" could undo critical progress on climate policy.

Zack Colman reports for POLITICO.

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California leaders welcome Claudia Sheinbaum's election as Mexico's new president, anticipating collaboration on climate change and clean energy initiatives.

Blanca Begert reports for E&E News.

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Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin announced the state's plan to abandon California's vehicle emissions standards by the end of the year, citing an opinion from the Attorney General.

Denise Lavoie and Sarah Brumfield report for The Associated Press.

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Announcing recently that the world broke a record by generating 30% of all electricity from renewable sources in 2023, the British think tank Ember said the data proves we are in a “new era” of energy in which a permanent decline in fossil fuels is “inevitable.”

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Australia’s ambition to become a renewable energy leader hinges on domestic innovation and overcoming fossil fuel dependency.

Hannah Ritchie reports for the BBC.

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Alameda's city council has voted to halt a pioneering cloud-brightening experiment aimed at combating climate change.

Corbin Hiar reported for E&E News earlier this week on why the vote has implications beyond one single community.

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