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Why American aluminum plants emit far more climate pollution than some of their counterparts abroad

Why American aluminum plants emit far more climate pollution than some of their counterparts abroad

Perfluorocarbons (PFCs) threaten “the public health and welfare of current and future generations,” according to a 2009 determination by the EPA as part of a sweeping “endangerment finding” on greenhouse gases. But the EPA does not regulate PFCs.

New Zealand farmers hit streets to protest cow-burp tax plan

New Zealand farmers hit streets to protest cow-burp tax plan

The government has proposed a new farm levy as part of a plan to tackle climate change.
Sporadic monitoring of emissions in California oil country adds to pollution concerns

Sporadic monitoring of emissions in California oil country adds to pollution concerns

A patchwork of regulations is out of sync with the urgency of the climate crisis, experts say.
Four ways the United States can still fight climate change

Four ways the United States can still fight climate change

With the president’s most potent tools to fight climate change stripped by Congress and the courts, the administration will now have to rely on smaller, less powerful actions.
India is reinventing its energy strategy

India is reinventing its energy strategy

Can the nation meet the demands of a booming middle class while curbing carbon emissions? The planet's future will hinge on the answer.
Dartmouth study links past U.S. greenhouse gas emissions to global economic damages

Dartmouth study links past U.S. greenhouse gas emissions to global economic damages

The report found just five of the world’s leading emitters of greenhouse gases caused $6 trillion in global economic losses through warming caused by their emissions from 1990 to 2014.
The social and political cost of carbon

The social and political cost of carbon

The social cost of carbon was initially a wonky metric that Barack Obama's agencies used to help guide policy with the economic consequences of climate change in mind. It's grown into a focal point for Republicans set on derailing the Biden's climate agenda.

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