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US oil trade group challenges Biden administration's EV mandate in court
Trump anti-climate energy policies
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Robert B. Semple Jr.: America has a chance to make farming more climate friendly

Legislators took a major step in making sure that American agriculture policy has a climate lens going forward. But the next Farm Bill could derail it.
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New York City residents will soon have to compost their food scraps

The City Council passed a bill on Thursday requiring New Yorkers to separate their food waste from regular trash, with mandatory composting coming to all five boroughs by next year.
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Michael Grunwald: The climate solution that’s horrible for the climate

Corn ethanol and soy biodiesel accelerate food inflation and global hunger, but they’re also a disaster for the climate and the environment.
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Paul Krugman: Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act is a huge, expensive, controversial success

How to think about green industrial policy.

GOP Congress votes to roll back Biden administration rule on water
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Congress votes to roll back Biden administration rule on water

The president has promised a veto, but Republicans scored another win in their campaign to put Congress on record against White House policies.
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Germany and E.U. agree to exception in planned ban on combustion engines

The German government has reached an agreement with the European Union to allow the sale of vehicles that burn fuels made from renewable energy past 2035, resolving a dispute that threatened to upset a key element of the bloc’s path to climate neutrality.

Dutch pro-farmer party sweeps elections

Dutch pro-farmer party sweeps elections, upsetting the status quo

The surprise victory is widely seen as a protest vote against Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s government and some of his policies, including a goal to slash nitrogen emissions, which many say will imperil farming operations.