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New Mexico emissions loophole enables significant methane releases
Venezuela's last glacier disappears, marking an environmental milestone
Dutch pro-farmer party sweeps elections

Dutch pro-farmer party sweeps elections, upsetting the status quo

The surprise victory is widely seen as a protest vote against Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s government and some of his policies, including a goal to slash nitrogen emissions, which many say will imperil farming operations.
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US approves aid to extend life of California nuclear plant

The Energy Department’s grant of $1.1 billion is the latest step that could keep the reactor in operation beyond its scheduled shutdown in 2025.
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Nuclear power gets new push in U.S., winning converts

With challenges in meeting clean energy goals and new electricity demands, politicians in both parties seek to prolong and even expand reactor use.

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Nuclear power gets new push in U.S., winning converts

Nuclear power gets new push in U.S., winning converts

With challenges in meeting clean energy goals and new electricity demands, politicians in both parties seek to prolong and even expand reactor use.
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France announces a big buildup of its nuclear power program

France announces a big buildup of its nuclear power program

President Emmanuel Macron outlined plans for a wave of new-generation atomic reactors as the country seeks to slash planet-warming emissions.
After warm start to snow season, Colorado resorts look for relief

After warm start to snow season, Colorado resorts look for relief

Record high temperatures have left mountain resorts across the state reliant on artificial snow. Winter storms predicted for this week could change that.
India's toxic air pollution prompts Supreme Court to act

India's toxic air pollution prompts Supreme Court to act

Schools and factories close. India’s Supreme Court blasts the government’s do-nothing response. But Delhi residents continue to suffer from the bad air.
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