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Spanish-language misinformation on renewable energy spreads online, report shows

False narratives about renewable energy are malleable and adapted to different languages after extreme weather events in different countries, the researchers found.
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California high school offers class credit for climate action

A California school district is part of a growing trend where high schools offer class credit for climate actions.
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Wisconsin EcoLatinos director wants clean energy economy for Latinos

Two years ago, Cristina Carvajal founded Wisconsin EcoLatinos, a nonprofit that works to mobilize Latinos in south central Wisconsin to protect the environment and advocate for environmental justice.

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Climate change among top concerns for Latinos ahead of midterms, poll finds

Climate change is among Latinos' leading concerns heading into next month’s midterm elections, according to an Axios-Ipsos Latino poll in partnership with Noticias Telemundo.

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Latino USA: Ever since the oil

Latino USA: Ever since the oil

North Dakota saw the biggest growth rate of Latinos and Latinas in the United States between 2010 and 2020. Oil and gas jobs drew many people to the state. However, with oil and gas comes controversy, especially for the environment and Indigenous communities.

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Why Latino people are on the front lines of climate change

Puerto Rico's vulnerability to storms is the latest example of how Latino people in the United States often live on the front lines of global warming.

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Latino activism leads in grassroot efforts on climate change

After experiencing global warming’s firsthand effects, U.S. Latinos are leading the way in activism around climate change, often drawing on traditions from their ancestral homelands.

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