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Spain hit hard by rising price of olive oil as climate change takes its toll on production

Drought and extreme heatwaves have halved Spanish olive oil production. The price at origin has increased by 112 per cent since last year.

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Report shows without changes, push to meet climate goals could add $10K to $23K to median single-family home cost

A new report shows that measures the state has taken to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from buildings could also increase home costs during a widespread housing crisis.
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Should you buy an electric car? Advice for people on the EV market

The limited supply of EVs is colliding with unexpected demand. Despite inventories at a fraction of their pre-pandemic levels, EV sales are outperforming even the more optimistic projections of a few years ago.

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New European Union laws to raise up flight ticket prices

Recently reinforced EU laws aim to reduce aviation pollutants to address climate change, which means that travellers will have to pay more for their air travel tickets.

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EV prices and charging hurdles could get in the way of green energy's hopes

New federal tax credits up to $7,500 for electric vehicles built in North America could help juice demand. But the administration is still working out the fine print.
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"It's like gold": Onions now cost more than meat in the Philippines

Inflation and climate change are sending onion prices to rocket high in a country where the vegetable is a staple for nearly every dish.
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Climate change is driving up food prices

One-sixth of all agricultural production, according to the USDA, is traded internationally — which means that what happens in many of those highly climate-vulnerable countries will impact what Americans eat or drink. It’s already happening.