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16 Montana kids are suing the state over climate change. Here's what to know about the trial

A Montana judge will hear arguments in a first-of-its-kind lawsuit on Monday that will decide whether the state’s contribution to climate change violates its Constitution, which explicitly guarantees a right to a “clean and healthful environment.”

What would happen if South America forms an OPEC for lithium

What would happen if South America forms an OPEC for lithium

Leaders in the region hope the crucial energy transition mineral can deliver a big pay day.

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Ayisha Siddiqa on climate change, human rights, and activism

When Ayisha Siddiqa talks about poetry, her face lights up. For the 24-year-old Pakistani human rights and climate defender, poetry represents hope—a way to bring humanity back into the staid, high-level conversations that increasingly occupy her time.

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The true cost of the “free” market

From the COVID-19 pandemic to climate change, the high costs of letting the free market run rampant are becoming clear.

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Climate change is fueling conflict in Lake Chad

A new report warns the region is facing “much more than a climate and ecological crisis." It's a humanitarian issue.
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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a looming climate crisis

The Middle East is warming, Israeli and Palestinian focus on politics trumps concern for impending climate catastrophe.
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U.S. declares Texas grid emergency in Arctic blast

The U.S. Energy Department declared a power emergency in Texas, citing a shortage of electricity as an Arctic winter blast causes power plants to fail.