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Is plastic-free plastic even possible?

Is plastic-free plastic even possible?

The term "plastic-free" isn't nearly as simple or self-explanatory as it sounds, and that making single-use packaging greener is a complex challenge for everyone involved.

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Delta's carbon-neutral pledge is 'greenwashing,' California lawsuit says

Delta Air Lines should pay damages to customers for misrepresenting itself as a carbon-neutral airline in marketing campaigns and advertisements that encouraged consumers to pay higher prices, a class-action lawsuit says.

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Where’s the snow? Snowboarding brands are trying to find out for themselves

Snowboarding brands are changing their strategies and entering policy debates, as climate change continues to upend the snowfall calendar.

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When do many people decide to go solar? When they’re referred by a friend or neighbor

Rooftop solar panels can save people money on their electricity bills. And those savings can mean a lot — especially for people with low incomes, who might have to choose between paying for utilities or buying food or medicine. But when people get a cold call or see a direct mail pitch for solar panels, they often ignore it.

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Big Tech helps Big Oil spread subtle climate denialism

Fossil-fuel companies’ climate messaging may have changed to fit the new century, but the goal is the same the industry has had for decades: to delay action and protect profits for as long as possible.

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William S. Becker: Quit Big Oil - our health is at stake

What do cigarettes and oil have in common? The answer: Both are deadly, but the industries that produce them covered up the risks to continue profiting from Americans’ addiction to their products.

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Dutch city becomes world’s first to ban meat adverts in public

A Dutch city will become the first in the world to ban meat adverts from public spaces in an effort to reduce consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.