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American solar firms request federal action against Asian competitors

American solar firms request federal action against Asian competitors

American solar manufacturers are calling for the U.S. government to impose measures against Asian countries allegedly dumping subsidized panels into the market, arguing this threatens the domestic industry.

Evan Halper reports for The Washington Post.

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Europe reassesses its heavy reliance on US energy

Europe reassesses its heavy reliance on US energy

In the wake of Europe's pivot from Russian to American energy sources, concerns about dependency and sustainability surface.

Gabriel Gavin reports for POLITICO.

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China's green tech surge sparks global trade tensions

China's green tech surge sparks global trade tensions

China's rapid expansion into renewable technology, including becoming the world's largest producer of solar cells, is raising concerns over potential unfair competition in the U.S. and Europe.

Christian Shepherd reports for The Washington Post.

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New oil and gas projects pose a threat to climate goals

New oil and gas projects pose a threat to climate goals

Despite clear warnings from climate scientists, a surge in oil and gas projects led by the U.S. is setting the stage for a significant overshoot of the Paris Agreement's global warming limits, a new report warns.

Oliver Milman reports for The Guardian.

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Air quality in the US set to worsen, affecting millions by 2054

A new report predicts a 50% increase in Americans exposed to unhealthy air by 2054, intensifying public health concerns.

Ava Sasani reports for The Guardian.

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US lawmakers confer with world leaders at COP28

Domestic U.S. climate politics played out on an international stage this weekend at COP28, as a bipartisan congressional delegation mingled with world leaders and touted President Biden’s climate record.

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What plants will survive in your garden? This map plans for a warmer US

About half of the country moved into a slightly warmer zone in the Agriculture Department’s new “plant hardiness” map, an important guide for gardeners. Climate change may be a factor.
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