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Automakers face test in reaching U.S. target for electric vehicles

New federal rules are expected to speed the transition to E.V.s, a shift that car companies have embraced but will be challenged to carry out.
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The real-world costs of the digital race for Bitcoin

Bitcoin mines cash in on electricity — by devouring it, selling it, even turning it off — and they cause immense pollution. In many cases, the public pays a price.
Falling lithium prices making electric cars more affordable
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Falling lithium prices are making electric cars more affordable

An unexpected decline in the price of an essential battery material, along with those of other commodities, is good news for buyers. But experts disagree on how long low prices will last.
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How climate change is making tampons (and lots of other stuff) more expensive

Cotton farmers in Texas suffered record losses amid heat and drought last year, new data shows. It’s an example of how global warming is a “secret driver of inflation.”
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Electric vehicles could match gasoline cars on price this year

Competition, government incentives and falling raw material prices are making battery-powered cars more affordable sooner than expected.
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Oil giants, after surge in profits, are wary about spending

Economic and military uncertainty clouds the outlook for Exxon, Chevron and other energy companies, whose bonanza from high prices is already fading.
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Natural gas shortages hit China as temperatures plunge

Local governments starved for cash after enormous spending on costly “zero Covid” measures cannot afford to keep up adequate supplies of gas.
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