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Sec. John Kerry: Switching to clean energy will take trillions in private sector funding

Making a rapid transition to clean, renewable energy is a solution to battling climate change, but it will take upwards of $4 trillion a year for the next 30 years, according to former Secretary of State and current Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, John Kerry.

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We need to talk about your gas stove, your health and climate change

The beloved gas stove has become a focal point in a fight over whether gas should even exist in the 35% of U.S. homes that cook with it.

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The federal government sells flood-prone homes to often unsuspecting buyers, NPR finds

The homes HUD sells are disproportionately located in flood-prone places, compared with Zillow records of all homes sold in the United States, and the agency does not fully disclose the potential costs and dangers of living in harm's way.

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Cleveland wants 'climate justice.' Can the Biden administration help?

The fight against climate change may be taking a striking new turn under the Biden administration. The White House is calling climate action a form of environmental justice, part of a campaign to address economic and racial inequity.
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Buried alive in Mongolia's worst sandstorms in a decade

A combination of extreme weather, climate change and environmental degradation have created the perfect storm – or rather, a series of eight cross-border sandstorms that have destroyed animal herds, exacerbated respiratory problems and cancelled flights in both Mongolia and China.

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Trump environmental rollbacks roll on despite pandemic. Opponents cry foul

The Trump administration is rushing to finalize some of its biggest environmental rollbacks ahead of November's election. Some affected groups say they're too distracted by the pandemic to engage.
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Climate change complicates counting some Alaska Native villages for census

Rising temperatures are speeding up erosion in some Alaska Native villages and making traveling on ice roads more dangerous, threatening the Census Bureau's plans for an accurate count.