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Politics

Front-line communities bet on Biden. Can his EJ plan deliver?

The scope and complexity of President Biden's environmental justice plan is unprecedented. That's a reminder of what could still go wrong - but also a sign of how differently he is approaching the issue.

insideclimatenews.org

Judge scales back climate scientist's case against bloggers

A Washington, D.C. judge has ruled that the conservative think tank the Competitive Enterprise Institute cannot be held responsible for an outside blogger's 2012 online attack on a prominent climate scientist.

www.axios.com
Impacts

Australian wildfires' climate influence outweighed that of lockdowns

The COVID-19 pandemic-related lockdowns exerted a slight net warming effect on the planet, but Australian wildfires had a much bigger and faster climate impact, cooling the planet from December 2019 through mid-2020, a new study finds.

www.independent.co.uk
Solutions

Mercedes to go all electric by 2030

Mercedes says that from 2025 all newly launched vehicle architectures would be electric-only, referring to mechanical structures that can be shared among different models.

Solutions

Review of U.S. federal oil, gas leasing program being finalized

A highly anticipated review by the U.S. Interior Department of the federal oil and gas leasing program is undergoing final internal review and should be released "very soon," Interior Secretary Deb Haaland told a Senate hearing recently.

wdet.org
Impacts

Southeast Michigan grappling with new climate realities

Large floods have been devastating Southeast Michigan throughout the summer, and the intensifying storms can be linked directly to a warming climate.

www.nationalheraldindia.com

Extreme weather events in India bear climate change footprint

Experts warn that we can not ignore the climate change footprint and it is very much going to be a part of our daily routine. Monsoon rains would increase with an increase in the global temperatures.

From our Newsroom

Climate activists pan carbon capture plans

'There are still no projects operating anywhere in the world that have delivered on time, on budget, or in the quantities promised.'

Op-ed: Embracing rainwater through green infrastructure

The US can tackle climate change driven flooding in vulnerable communities by building nature-based solutions into infrastructure plans.

Op-ed: Another road is possible

To tackle climate change and save lives, the Biden Administration needs to support bike- and pedestrian-friendly streets.

US wildfires’ increasing toll on wildlife

EHN talked to California vets who cared for wildfire-impacted affected animals in 2020.

Wisdom of our elders

A tribute to four, each at least a half century older than me, who taught me a lot.

Reader response: Opponents of geoengineering misunderstand humanity’s choices

"Without some kind of prompt geoengineering action, climate change will accelerate the damage we are already seeing."

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