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EU agrees law preventing import of goods linked to deforestation

The European Union agreed on Tuesday on a new law to prevent companies from selling into the EU market coffee, beef, soy and other commodities linked to deforestation around the world.
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David A. Super: To fight inflation, we must fight climate change

Extreme weather events and shifting weather patterns have caused global costs to soar.
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Men cause more climate emissions than women, study finds

Men cause more climate emissions than women, study finds

Men's spending on goods causes 16% more climate-heating emissions than women's, despite the sum of money being very similar, a study has found.

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Big fashion companies lag behind on green targets

The 15 largest listed fashion companies are lagging behind when it comes to meeting the social and environmental targets of the Paris climate agreement and UN Sustainable Development Goals, a new report by the Business of Fashion says.

ICYMI: Bayer launches carbon capture program for farmers in U.S. and Brazil

ICYMI: Bayer launches carbon capture program for farmers in U.S. and Brazil

Bayer AG launched a pilot program in the United States and Brazil on Tuesday that will pay farmers for capturing carbon in cropland soils, making it the latest agriculture company to seek to capitalize on environmental initiatives. One incentive for farmers will be credits toward Bayer products, e.g., RoundUp.

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EU draft plan targets free carbon credit cut for most industries

Most industries covered by the European Union's carbon market would see free credits cut by the highest possible rate over the next five years under draft plans, potentially costing some of the biggest polluters millions of euros.

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