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Dona Upson: The government is this close to reining in some of the worst air pollution

As a doctor, my ability to help my patients is limited by the air they breathe. To prevent others from suffering not just in New Mexico, but in all the states, we need stronger standards to minimize the most dangerous types of pollution.

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Administration expected to endorse limited drilling in Alaska project

Administration expected to endorse limited drilling in Alaska project

An environmental review expected soon would effectively signal that the Willow project proceed, according to people familiar with the report.
In the Northwest and beyond, mature and old-growth trees remain under threat in spite of Biden’s move to protect them

In the Northwest and beyond, mature and old-growth trees remain under threat in spite of Biden’s move to protect them

Logging continues to pose a great and immediate threat to mature and old-growth forests, according to a new report by the Climate Forests coalition.

Manchin won a pledge from Democrats to finish a contested pipeline

Manchin won a pledge from Democrats to finish a contested pipeline

To cement the senator’s support for a climate and tax package, party leaders promised to pass a law to complete the line and to prioritize some other fossil fuel projects.
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Climate groups use endangered species act to try to stop drilling

Drawing a direct line from any single source of pollution to the destruction of a species is virtually impossible. Environmentalists want the government to try.

Biden administration to cut costs for wind and solar energy projects

Biden administration to cut costs for wind and solar energy projects

Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said the government would sharply reduce the fees it charges to companies that operate on public lands.
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