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America's growing preference for larger vehicles raises concerns

America's growing preference for larger vehicles raises concerns

An alarming rise in the size of American cars is causing environmental and safety issues, with SUVs and pickups now dominating the market.

David Zipper reports for Vox.

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Changes anticipated in EPA's power plant emissions regulations as deadline approaches

Changes anticipated in EPA's power plant emissions regulations as deadline approaches

As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency nears finalization of its emissions standards for power plants, potential modifications aim to tighten controls on gas-fired facilities.

Jean Chemnick reports for E&E News.

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Banks pressured to tighten climate strategies for agriculture sector

Banks pressured to tighten climate strategies for agriculture sector

Despite constituting a small fraction of their portfolios, big banks' financing of the industrial livestock industry plays a disproportionately large role in global greenhouse emissions, a recent environmental report reveals.

Meg Duff reports for Capital & Main.

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UN climate leader calls for urgent emission cuts and financial reforms
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UN climate leader calls for urgent emission cuts and financial reforms

U.N. climate chief Simon Stiell emphasizes the urgent need for global cooperation to reduce emissions and adjust financial strategies to combat climate change.

Seth Borenstein and Jamey Keaten report for The Associated Press.

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March sets another global heat record, continuing a worrying trend

March sets another global heat record, continuing a worrying trend

March has marked the 10th consecutive month of record-breaking global temperatures, signaling an urgent need for environmental action.

Suman Naishadham reports for The Associated Press.

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California's termite fight adds to greenhouse woes
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California's termite fight adds to greenhouse woes

California's extensive use of sulfuryl fluoride for termite fumigation not only poses health risks but also significantly contributes to the state's greenhouse gas emissions.

Phil McKenna and Liza Gross report for Inside Climate News.

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Virginia's bid for federal funds to curb pollution and promote green solutions

Virginia's bid for federal funds to curb pollution and promote green solutions

In a bid for federal support, Virginia aims to secure funds for initiatives addressing pollution and greenhouse gases, signaling a shift toward cleaner energy and transportation.

Jake Bolster reports for Inside Climate News.

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