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NYC’s electric vehicle age begins, slowly

NYC’s electric vehicle age begins, slowly

The city has begun converting its fleet and deploying curbside chargers in an effort to meet electrification goals.
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calmatters.org

Will California keep the lights on when Diablo Canyon shuts down?

California faces the challenge of weaning itself from nuclear power, without jeopardizing the reliability of our electric grid, and without triggering an increase in emissions from fossil fuel power sources.

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ktxs.com

Hundreds of toxic sites at risk for flooding, which could endanger surrounding communities

Millions of Americans live near Superfund sites, areas the federal government considers contaminated as a result of hazardous waste that was dumped, mismanaged or otherwise left out in the open. Many of those sites are still awaiting cleanup.

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www.bakersfield.com

Science group issues valley-focused advice on climate change

The San Joaquin Valley has received a specially addressed message from the Union of Concerned Scientists about what it thinks people across the region should be doing about looming water shortages, worsening air quality and generally more volatile weather in the years ahead.

The environmental movement is very white. These leaders want to change that

The environmental movement is very white. These leaders want to change that

People of color have long been excluded from environmental policy and conservation—creating blind spots that perpetuate inequality.
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insideclimatenews.org

Hundreds of toxic Superfund sites imperiled by sea-level rise, study warns

A new study by the Union of Concerned Scientists concludes that more than 800 hazardous Superfund sites near the Atlantic and Gulf coasts are at risk of flooding in the next 20 years, even with low rates of sea level rise.

Liberal, progressive — and racist? The Sierra Club faces its white-supremacist history

Liberal, progressive — and racist? The Sierra Club faces its white-supremacist history

African American and other minority employees are pointing out the lack of diversity in green groups and the racial bias that persists in top and mid-level management.

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