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Trash and burn: Big brands' new plastic waste plan
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Trash and burn: Big brands' new plastic waste plan

The global consumer goods industry's plans for dealing with the vast plastic waste it generates can be seen here in a landfill on the outskirts of Indonesia's capital, where a swarm of excavators tears into stinking mountains of garbage.

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Are Europe's climate action goals realistic?

Some analysts are warning that the rich can afford the necessary changes, but the burdensome costs of a green transition for middle-class and poorer voters could trigger a backlash and prompt electoral reversals.
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Biden: Climate change executive orders aim to restore 'scientific integrity' to policymaking

U.S. President Joe Biden is signing a series of actions Wednesday to combat climate change, saying they will restore "scientific integrity and evidence-based policymaking" across the American government.
Satellite data reveals reduced pollution over areas hardest hit by COVID-19
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Satellite data reveals reduced pollution over areas hardest hit by COVID-19

The European Space Agency has noted a positive effect of the world-wide coronavirus outbreak, saying satellite data is showing reduced air pollution in areas hardest hit by the virus.

Is the world really overpopulated?
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Is the world really overpopulated?

We reached out to a number of experts—in sustainability, environmental studies, economics, geography, and more—to find out, once and for all, whether the Earth is overpopulated.

New methods could make plants more resilient to climate changes, disease

New methods could make plants more resilient to climate changes, disease

UCLA researchers developed new methods to manipulate gene expression in plants, which could help make them resistant to climate change and plant-harming bacteria.

The Arctic is on track to warm over 15 degrees this century even if we meet the Paris Agreement pledges
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The Arctic is on track to warm over 15 degrees this century even if we meet the Paris Agreement pledges

A new report from the United Nations shows that it's basically game over for the Arctic as we know it.

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