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Los Angeles' shade disparity reflects deeper social inequities

Los Angeles' shade disparity reflects deeper social inequities

A new grant-funded program aims to plant trees in Los Angeles' underserved neighborhoods, addressing the stark inequity in tree canopy coverage linked to health and climate resilience.

Pilar Marrero reports for Capital & Main.

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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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New Mexico, ‘climate champ’ governor sued for oil and gas failures

For decades, environmental groups and individuals have sued oil and gas production companies for violating environmental laws. But this latest lawsuit takes aim at New Mexico itself, using the state’s own constitution to sue its leaders.

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Colorado’s big push on electric vehicles gets boost from federal funds, but it’s got a long way to go

Though Colorado is set to spend plenty in effort to meet the goals of its emissions reduction plan, more permanent solutions seem far off.

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Oil company cancels Colorado open space drilling proposal

Colorado’s Boulder County won’t be forced to lease oil and gas located miles below open space purchased with taxpayer dollars after an energy company withdrew the project from consideration by state regulators.

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Pennsylvania’s largest coal plant is retiring. What would it take to transition the site to renewables?

The largest coal-fired power plant in Pennsylvania recently became the latest to announce its retirement plans, prompting questions about its future use and highlighting the debate over the state’s transition to a green economy.

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Texas environmental regulators need reform
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Following internal review of Texas environmental regulators, critics demand reform

Watchdogs call for creation of an environmental justice office, better monitoring of Clean Air Act violations.
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