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The IRA helped me break up with fossil fuels

The Inflation Reduction Act let me break up with fossil fuels.
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California's emissions goals depend on one of its poorer areas

The Newsom administration’s path to net-zero carbon emissions runs through one of the state's poorer, most remote areas.
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'We cannot wait any longer': Milwaukee close to adopting climate and equity plan

A sweeping plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 45 percent in the next seven years and achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 could soon be adopted in the city of Milwaukee.
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Net-zero emissions could triple U.S. energy jobs by 2050

Decarbonizing the U.S. economy will be a massive jobs engine, according to a new study. But the benefits won’t be automatic, highlighting the need for strong public policy to make sure energy workers get a fair deal.

For Qatar, the challenge of a ‘carbon neutral’ World Cup

For Qatar, the challenge of a ‘carbon neutral’ World Cup

Environmentalists have pointed to numerous flaws in Qatar’s, and FIFA’s, approach to “net zero.”
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Green future in focus at International Mining and Resources Conference in Sydney

The International Mining and Resources Conference has commenced in Sydney, where former NZ PM Helen Clark urged the attendees to be part of the fight against climate change.
How energy leaders envision countering climate change in the future

How energy leaders envision countering climate change in the future

Roundtable discussions with leaders from major energy companies reveal a lack of pressure from regulators or investors and a strong belief that fossil fuel use will continue for years to come.
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