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EV charging stations to roll out at fast food restaurants in California

At a Taco Bell in South San Francisco, diners can now plug in their electric cars while grabbing a burrito.

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For unhoused people in America’s hottest large city, heat waves are a merciless killer

People experiencing homelessness are dying in cities throughout the U.S. as climate change caused by burning fossil fuels results in record-breaking heat waves.

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'Climate whiplash' is the new normal for California, experts say

The state has recently swung from years of drought to piles of snow.
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Which EVs qualify for new federal tax credits?

The Clean Vehicle Credit applies to qualified new vehicles and is worth up to $7,500. The Used Clean Vehicle Credit is worth either $4,000 or 30% of the cost of the used vehicle, whichever is smaller.

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One pastor's mission to prepare his community for climate change

Rev. Gerald Godette is a pastor and scientist. So he’s in a unique position to talk to people of faith about sea level rise, extreme weather, and other climate change impacts.

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18 times comedians joked about climate change

How many comedians does it take to make climate change funny? OK, yes, that’s a trick question — climate change is basically the opposite of funny. But like divorce, war, and other not-funny things, there are actually lots of ways to joke about it.

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Museum tries to keep history above water in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Rising seas and extreme storms are putting centuries-old buildings at risk at the Strawbery Banke Museum.