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G7 nations agree to phase out coal usage by the mid-2030s

G7 nations agree to phase out coal usage by the mid-2030s

Energy ministers from the G7 are set to endorse an agreement to cease coal use in power generation by the mid-2030s, with potential exceptions for Germany and Japan.

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In a recent summit, meat industry leaders found reasons to be hopeful about their future, despite environmental concerns.

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COP28 left a vacuum California leaders aim to fill

World leaders finally called for a transition away from fossil fuels at the annual U.N. climate talks, but offered few details. A California delegation vows to create a model for rapid, equitable climate action.
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Cop28 deal will fail unless rich countries quit fossil fuels, says climate negotiator

G77 president Pedro Pedroso warns deal risks failing if polluters like UK, US and Canada don’t rethink plans to expand oil and gas.

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COP28 could spur wave of climate lawsuits

The Dubai agreement's reference to reducing fossil fuels will likely be used in cases against governments.
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24 climate predictions for 2024

Grist reporters weigh in on the climate trends that will shape the year ahead.
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Yes, the climate crisis is now ‘gobsmacking.’ But so is progress

This is the year that “absolutely gobsmackingly bananas” summed up the climate emergency. But dramatic descriptors extend to the huge gains humanity has made too.