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EU passes law to make electric car batteries cleaner

Battery producers will face tougher environmental and due diligence standards if they want to sell in the European market.
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Why aren't more people swapping meat & dairy for plant-based alternatives?

Higher beef prices are becoming a reality for meat eaters in the US as ranchers are reducing their cattle herds due to drought and lofty feed costs. Can plant-based substitutes take the place of a juicy beef burger?

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US Army tests floating solar, US Navy floats climate action

The US Army is stepping up its renewable energy activity with its first ever floating solar array, which could be a model for more to come.

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Calling all oysters: Billions of bivalves enlisted in climate fight

Several US states are deploying oysters to build natural reefs for flood control, and the trend could help move the energy policy needle on climate action.

Nuclear Power Won’t Save the World. It Won’t Even Help. - CleanTechnica
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Nuclear Power Won’t Save the World. It Won’t Even Help. - CleanTechnica

Originally published at Green Energy Times. An Old Paradigm The electricity most of us use comes from a system that was designed mostly over a hundred years ago. It was built around concepts that benefited
ExxonMobil worked to shift climate blame to individual consumers
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ExxonMobil worked to shift climate blame to individual consumers

ExxonMobil Worked To Shift Climate Blame To Individual Consumers
Louisiana's Amendment 5 wants to exempt Big Oil from paying property taxes forever while making taxpayers foot the bill
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Louisiana's Amendment 5 wants to exempt Big Oil from paying property taxes forever while making taxpayers foot the bill

A new Louisiana State Constitutional Amendment could ensure that the oil and gas industry doesn't have to pay property taxes ever again. The good news is that this is a state matter residents have control over — Louisiana voters can vote against it
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