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Why one of America’s biggest pension funds is backing a bolder climate policy

Long-term investors require continued economic growth. Study after study has found that such growth will come from investing in climate solutions, not from continuing to focus on fossil fuel infrastructure that is destined to be written off as stranded assets.

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Barcelona poised to introduce congestion charge in bid to cut pollution
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Barcelona poised to introduce congestion charge in bid to cut pollution

Barcelona's left-wing mayor said Wednesday she was considering a congestion charge in Spain's second largest city to reduce traffic and air pollution.
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This easy climate fix has more potential than previously thought
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This easy climate fix has more potential than previously thought

 A new analysis finds nations could be growing forests where they aren’t, removing millions of tons of carbon from the atmosphere.
NOAA’s university partners tackle climate change research — High Country News
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NOAA’s university partners tackle climate change research — High Country News

As the Trump administration attacks science, university partnerships keep the work going.
Kids suing the US over climate change are getting global support
qz.com

Kids suing the US over climate change are getting global support

Increasingly it seems that young people worldwide will lead the fight against climate catastrophe.
This oil company sucks … in a good way
grist.org

This oil company sucks … in a good way

Houston oil company Occidental Petroleum has announced plans to build the world's largest direct air capture facility in the heart of Texas oil country through a partnership with Canadian-based (and Bill Gates-backed) Carbon Engineering.

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Sea level rise: Rising oceans could swamp coastal cities worldwide
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Sea level rise: Rising oceans could swamp coastal cities worldwide

Portions of many U.S. coastal cities could be lost to the sea by the end of the century because of global warming, a study says.
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