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Unlocking electric dreams: How to snag a used EV for under $3,000

Unlocking electric dreams: How to snag a used EV for under $3,000

Used electric vehicles are becoming an increasingly viable option for budget-conscious buyers, offering significant savings compared to new models.

Michael J. Coren reports for The Washington Post.

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Indigenous leaders call for a halt to carbon markets at a UN forum

Indigenous leaders call for a halt to carbon markets at a UN forum

Indigenous activists at the UN Permanent Forum urge a stop to carbon markets, citing detrimental effects on native communities.

Maria Parazo Rose reports for Grist.

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Big Oil's mixed feelings about another Trump presidency
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Big Oil's mixed feelings about another Trump presidency

Despite Donald Trump's pro-fossil fuel stance, some oil and gas executives are wary of his potential return due to concerns over trade policies and the dismantling of beneficial climate law provisions.

Maxine Joselow reports for The Washington Post.

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Can agroforestry breathe new life into carbon markets?

Most carbon offset programs aimed at farmers focus on large monocrop corn and soy operations. But in Southern Appalachia, Carbon Harvest is developing an alternative market for small farms that integrate trees.
Russian oil uses back door to Europe

Russian oil finds ‘wide open’ back door to Europe, critics say

Middlemen are cashing in as Russian crude finds indirect routes to the European market, politicians and industry insiders allege.
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Putin is staring at defeat in his gas war with Europe

Mild weather this winter is set to help Europe shrug off Russia’s energy threats next year, too.
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Los Angeles bans oil and gas drilling within city limits

The Los Angeles City Council has voted to ban new oil and gas drilling and phase out existing wells over the next two decades, a historic decision that comes after years of complaints by residents about how pollution from nearby drilling has caused them health issues.

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