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Pittsburgh advocates want more electric vehicles on the road

The electric vehicle advocacy group Route Zero Relay made their stop in Pittsburgh on Monday to advocate for cleaner vehicles in the city.
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Real-time data are needed to monitor health after disasters

Collecting health and exposure data in real time could allow for more agile risk management decision-making and contribute to more accurate studies of how disaster-related exposures affect health.
Greta Thunberg doesn’t want you to talk about her anymore

Greta Thunberg doesn’t want you to talk about her anymore

The Swedish activist has a new message: Don’t just listen to the science, listen to the most vulnerable.
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How to get past despair to powerful action on climate change

How to get past despair to powerful action on climate change

How well people exercise their agency will determine the severity of global warming – and its consequences.
As Jane Goodall grieves climate change, she finds hope in young people's advocacy

As Jane Goodall grieves climate change, she finds hope in young people's advocacy

The world-renowned primatologist explains how small acts to protect the planet can spiral upwards. She has a new book, co-authored by Douglas Abrams, called The Book of Hope.
What does Hurricane Ida mean for the Chesapeake Bay?
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What does Hurricane Ida mean for the Chesapeake Bay?

The Susquehanna River drains the middle part of Pennsylvania and is the largest river feeding the Chesapeake. Heavy rains mean more runoff from the land, flooding, and more pollution into streams, rivers, and ultimately the bay.

David Introcaso, Walt Vernon: Hospitals need to publicly report their greenhouse gas emissions
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David Introcaso, Walt Vernon: Hospitals need to publicly report their greenhouse gas emissions

The health care industry's bloated carbon footprint contributes significantly to climate change. Requiring hospitals to publicly report their emissions, and do something about them, is a logical step forward.

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