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Ontario tells feds it’s more important to build fast than green

Rules to ensure new homes use less energy could reduce homeowners' bills. But at a meeting between two levels of government, Ontario said it's focused on building fast and reducing costs for developers.

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Climate activists target luxury
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Climate activists target jets, yachts and golf in a string of global protests against luxury

Climate activism has intensified in the past few years as the planet warms to dangerous levels, igniting more extreme heat, floods, storms and wildfires around the world.
Big Tech’s Waste ‘Solutions’ greenwashing
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Big Tech’s waste ‘solutions’ are a scam

Rather than face hard truths about reorganizing our system to stop waste, the world is falling victim to empty and inefficient cleanup promises from the tech industry.

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Mass-produced clothing causes serious air, water pollution worldwide

The cheap and trendy clothing known as fast fashion also contributes to global warming.

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Inside Indiana's “advanced” plastics recycling plant: dangerous vapors, oil spills and life-threatening fires

The Brightmark “plastics renewal” plant can’t get past the start-up phase, as former employees raise environmental, health and safety concerns.

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Recycled plastic can be more toxic and is no fix for pollution, Greenpeace warns

Campaign group says plastics are incompatible with circular economy as countries prepare for treaty talks.

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EPA joins in seeking to ditch ‘deceptive’ recycling symbol

The EPA is joining with environmental groups to ditch the circular arrow symbol so consumers are more aware of what plastics can truly be recycled.
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