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Europe frets U.S. battery factory subsidies will hurt, not help

The European Union is trying to assemble the building blocks to produce electric cars, but subsidies are luring companies to the United States.
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$59 million, gone: How Bikini Atoll leaders blew through U.S. trust fund

The Trump administration lifted spending limits on the fund, which aids descendants of people forced to leave the coral reef because of U.S. nuclear testing.
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U.S. car brands will benefit most from electric vehicle tax breaks

Rules that take effect on Tuesday will limit the $7,500 credits to electric cars made domestically with minerals from the U.S. or trade allies.
Falling lithium prices making electric cars more affordable
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Falling lithium prices are making electric cars more affordable

An unexpected decline in the price of an essential battery material, along with those of other commodities, is good news for buyers. But experts disagree on how long low prices will last.
Climate change may bring new era of trade wars

Climate change may bring new era of trade wars, as E.U. and U.S. spar

Countries are pursuing new solutions to try to mitigate climate change. More trade fights are likely to come hand in hand.
Korean solar company plans to build plant in Georgia

Korean solar company plans to build $2.5 billion plant in Georgia

Hanwha Qcells expects to make solar panels and their components in the United States to take advantage of President Biden’s climate policies.
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Restoration of the ozone layer is back on track, scientists say

Rogue emissions from China of ozone-depleting chemicals had threatened to delay recovery by a decade. But the emissions were stopped, according to a U.N.-backed report.