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Turning off your Zoom camera is much better for the environment

Going off camera reduces the carbon footprint of a Zoom meeting by up to 96%, according to one study.
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How climate change is causing 'mega-fires' and forcing people to migrate in Portugal

Six years ago, a new kind of fire hit Portugal. It killed 66 people. For those lucky enough to survive, the experience still haunts them.
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What is greenwashing? Cop28 president’s team accused of Wikipedia editing

The Cop28 president has been accused of attempting to greenwash his image after it was revealed that his team edited Wikipedia pages relating to his role as the CEO of an Abu Dhabi oil company.

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Thom Krystofiak: Warren Buffett misses the point on climate change

Isn’t there a point where a corporation and its investors have amassed so much wealth that they should be able to recognize there are other goals besides money that desperately need to be pursued?

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Vietnamese anti-coal campaigner freed early from prison

Vietnamese anti-coal campaigner Nguy Thi Khanh has been freed early from prison on tax evasion charges, in a boost to Vietnam's energy transition hopes.

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‘Highwater,’ the new video game that immerses players in a dystopian world ravaged by climate change

Created by Demagog Studios, ‘Highwater’ takes players on a sometimes-satirical journey filled with moral questions. 
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In the Florida Panhandle, a Black community’s progress is threatened by a proposed liquified natural gas plant

Leaders in North Port St. Joe had big plans for tourism, real estate, even a Black history museum. Then they found out, almost by accident, that elected officials had been pushing the LNG terminal for years without telling them.

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