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California faces challenges with hydrogen energy plan

California faces challenges with hydrogen energy plan

Gov. Gavin Newsom's initiative to expand hydrogen as a renewable fuel in California is under scrutiny due to potential environmental risks.

Aaron Cantú reports for Capital & Main.

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Biden aims to transform US with historic $1.6 trillion investment

Biden aims to transform US with historic $1.6 trillion investment

President Joe Biden has launched a historic $1.6 trillion initiative to revitalize American infrastructure and accelerate green technology, aiming to secure his legacy and re-election.

Jessie Blaeser, Benjamin Storrow, Kelsey Tamborrino, Zack Colman and David Ferris report for POLITICO.

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New climate-focused Build Green Act targets $500 billion in transportation reform

New climate-focused Build Green Act targets $500 billion in transportation reform

Sen. Elizabeth Warren proposes a $500 billion investment in green transportation to combat U.S. carbon emissions, aiming to modernize infrastructure and boost the economy.

Marianne Lavelle reports for Inside Climate News.

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Far-right groups in Germany target climate policies

Far-right groups in Germany target climate policies

Amid concerns over the cost of climate initiatives, far-right political elements in Germany, including the Alternative for Germany (AfD), have intensified their attacks on green policies, attributing societal discontent to the economic implications of these environmental measures.

Ajit Niranjan reports for The Guardian.

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Mexico's energy policy challenges climate commitments

Mexico's energy policy challenges climate commitments

Mexico’s continued reliance on state-run energy may hinder its climate goals, despite a proud history of oil nationalization.

Fabiola Sánchez reports for The Associated Press.

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Seaweed explored as a potential source for green-energy minerals

Seaweed explored as a potential source for green-energy minerals

Exploring the seas for sustainability, U.S. scientists are testing seaweed as a possible miner of key minerals needed for green energy.

Moira Donovan reports for Hakai Magazine.

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US southwestern tribes seek UN support as green energy project advances on their lands

US southwestern tribes seek UN support as green energy project advances on their lands

Tribes in southwestern Arizona are reaching out to the United Nations for assistance after a U.S. court allowed a major green energy project to proceed through Indigenous lands.

Taylar Dawn Stagner reports for Grist.

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