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Central Park now doubles as lab to study climate change

Scientists are now using Central Park as a climate lab to study the relationship between climate change and urban parks.

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These are the seven greenest states in the US – and the seven least green

A study found Vermont was the 2022’s greenest after ranking all 50 states from the greenest to the least green.
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Authorities tell 19,000 to evacuate due to Colorado wildfires

Authorities instructed more than 19,000 people to evacuate over the weekend due to a Colorado wildfire near the site of the 2021 blaze that destroyed more than 1,000 homes and caused $513 million in damage.

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Jamie Dimon pitches WH on 'Marshall Plan' for energy resources

JPMorgan chief executive Jamie Dimon urged the White House to increase America’s energy independence — and proposed that it launch a “Marshall Plan” to build out domestic energy resources.

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Chrysler aims to be all electric by 2028

Chrysler plans go all electric by 2028, the latest automaker to announce a shift away from gasoline-powered engines under rising pressure to act on climate change.

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One person arrested at climate change rally outside of the White House

At least one person was arrested Monday during a raucous climate change protest outside the White House on Indigenous Peoples' Day, where a large group of indigenous people gathered to urge President Biden to stop approving fossil fuel projects and declare a national climate emergency.

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Bernie Sanders predicts Biden's spending bills will pass

Sen. Bernie Sanders defended the squabbling between progressive and moderate Democrats that threatens to torpedo President Biden's legislative agenda and predicted the two spending bills worth trillions of dollars will move forward together.