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Replacing diesel school buses with electric ones could save money and lives

Replacing diesel school buses with electric ones could save money and lives

Switching from diesel to electric school buses in the U.S. could significantly reduce health risks and environmental damage, according to a new study.

Erin Blakemore reports for The Washington Post.

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FEMA to cover costs of energy resilient post-disaster projects

The federal government plans to reimburse state and local governments that rebuild damaged public buildings to be more energy resilient.
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Electric school buses: Why the propane industry is after school buses ditching diesel

Electric school buses are better for kids’ health. The propane industry has other ideas.
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Too hot to learn

As extreme heat linked to climate disruption becomes more common during the school year, many U.S. schools lack adequate cooling and ventilation systems to keep kids safe and focused on learning.

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Solar for Pennsylvania schools gets bipartisan support
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Solar for Pennsylvania schools gets bipartisan support

A proposal in the state legislature would help boost renewables in Pennsylvania by easing the process for schools to install solar panels.

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Summer camps cope with climate change

When kids go to summer camp, they can escape school, the lure of their screens, even the worst urban heat. But there’s no escaping climate change.

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Tiny Thai school on the climate change frontline

Four children are the last pupils left at the school in Ban Khun Samut Chin, a coastal village in Thailand slowly being devoured by the waves.
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