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California startup launches innovative cement technology to cut carbon emissions

California startup launches innovative cement technology to cut carbon emissions

California startup Fortera has developed a groundbreaking technology that captures and recycles carbon emissions from cement production, launching its first commercial application at a major facility in Redding.

Isabella O'Malley reports for The Associated Press.

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Western wildlife's epic journey highlights survival and challenge

Western wildlife's epic journey highlights survival and challenge

Mule deer, pronghorn, and elk make complex and perilous migrations across Western landscapes, a journey crucial for their survival amid increasing human encroachments and environmental challenges.

Christine Peterson reports for High Country News.

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A new era of growth in the dry West faces water woes

As Western states juggle expansion and water scarcity, communities from Las Vegas to Phoenix are hitting the brakes on development.

Jennifer Yachnin reports for E&E News.

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Builders resist stricter energy codes for new homes

In a clash over climate and affordability, home builders are lobbying against stricter energy efficiency standards for new houses, citing cost concerns.

Anna Phillips reports for The Washington Post.

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Montana judge halts development over water concerns

In a landmark decision, a Montana judge has blocked a new housing development, citing inadequate groundwater protection.

Christopher Flavelle reports for The New York Times.

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Why California’s housing market is destined to go up in flames

High costs and strict regulations are pushing development into fire country, putting homeowners in the crosshairs of climate change.
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Meadow brown butterflies ‘adapt’ to global heating by developing fewer spots

Female meadow brown butterflies who develop in warmer weather sport fewer spots on their wings, in an unexpected adaptation to global heating.

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