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Will California and Washington marry their carbon markets?

Evergreen State officials face a new choice — whether to link their system with a carbon market run jointly by Quebec, the Canadian province, and California, the first U.S. state to establish a broad cap-and-trade system. The stakes are significant.

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New England states ink deal to cooperate on offshore wind

New England states ink deal to cooperate on offshore wind

Three New England states have announced plans to jointly solicit bids for offshore wind projects in an attempt to curb costs and boost clean energy development.

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A better U.S.–China relationship is good for the planet

The resumption in climate talks this week is a welcome sign for those serious about preventing climate catastrophe.
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The sustainable future of food must bring everyone to the table

At this year’s RE:WIRED Green event, food scientists and environmental justice activists mapped out how we can end world hunger and preserve our planet.
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Using a board game to plan for a changing planet

For one Māori community, a board game sparked serious discussions about flood risk.
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The key to beating fossil fuel corps? Global collaboration

As lawsuits by U.S. cities and states mount against industry for its climate impacts, litigants need to model the strategy that brought down Big Tobacco: Share everything.
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Unequal impact: The deep links between inequality and climate change
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Unequal impact: The deep links between inequality and climate change

Activist Elizabeth Yeampierre has long focused on the connections between racial injustice and the environment and climate change. She believes people may finally be listening.

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