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It’s payback time

New studies call for reparations from oil companies and governments responsible for climate change.
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Wealthy countries have blown through their carbon budgets

Some countries have used up far more of the world’s carbon budget—the amount we can emit and still avoid more extreme climate disruption—than others.

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How a return to deficit politics helps Biden's climate push

Deficit politics are back. But that development isn’t necessarily a deal-killer for climate policies.

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In US, states struggle to replace fossil fuel tax revenue

A budget flush with petroleum cash has a side effect: It also puts the spotlight on how difficult it is to turn state rhetoric on tackling climate change into reality.

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Ministers, public given false information on carbon budgets

A Government proposal to loosen New Zealand's first-ever carbon budget is based on misleading information.

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Who will pay for the huge costs of holding back rising seas?
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Who will pay for the huge costs of holding back rising seas?

U.S. coastal cities face billions of dollars in costs for the extensive infrastructure projects needed to protect against rising seas and worsening storms. From Boston to Miami, government officials are only beginning to grasp the enormous expense of what will be required.
How the growing “One Water” movement is not only helping the environment but also saving millions of dollars
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How the growing “One Water” movement is not only helping the environment but also saving millions of dollars

Solutions to floods, droughts and pollution that look upstream, downstream and everywhere in between save dollars and make sense.
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