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Ahead of the Climate Summit, Environmental Groups Urge Biden to Champion Methane Reductions as a Quick Warming Fix

The Environmental Defense Fund has a clear message for the Biden Administration on the eve of an international climate summit marking the U.S.’s further re-entry into the Paris climate agreement: “We need to cut methane now.“   So says the U.S.-based …

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Noxious Neighbors: The EPA Knows Tanks Holding Heavy Fuels Emit Harmful Chemicals. Why Are Americans Still at Risk?

This article was produced in collaboration with Berkeley Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program. Brittany Liscord was at her job at the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine in 2018 when, out of nowhere, she received a warning from a colleague. It …

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Chemours Says it Will Dramatically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Aiming for Net Zero by 2050

The U.S.-based multinational chemical company Chemours says it will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years on a path to effectively eliminating all emissions by mid-century.   An Inside Climate News assessment finds the company could achieve two-thirds of …

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Politicians Are Considering Paying Farmers to Store Carbon. But Some Environmental and Agriculture Groups Say It’s Greenwashing

A coalition of environmental, agriculture and justice groups is attempting to drum up opposition to legislation that aims to help farmers store carbon in the soil, a practice that’s become a key piece of the Biden administration’s strategy on climate …

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DeSantis Recognizes the Threat Posed by Climate Change, but Hasn’t Embraced Reducing Carbon Emissions

This article is the result of a partnership between Inside Climate News and WMFE Orlando, a member of ICN’s National Reporting Network-Southeast. SATELLITE BEACH, Florida—Brick by brick, the stucco shell of a new, flood-resilient public works building is taking shape …

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The First Native American Cabinet Secretary Visits the Land of Her Ancestors and Sees Firsthand the Obstacles to Compromise

CEDAR MESA, Utah—Jonah Yellowman sang his morning prayer in Navajo Thursday as the rising sun began to light up Bears Ears country. Below the steep cliffs in the east, golden light brought to life the sandstone monoliths in the Valley …

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Warming Trends: Mercury in Narwhal Tusks, Major League Baseball Heats Up and Earth Day Goes Online: Avatars Welcome

Culture Major League Baseball’s Future Looks Hot, With More Home Runs MLB is back, after a shortened 2020 season because of Covid-19. But another global crisis is threatening America’s pastime: climate change.  Since 1970, cities with a Major League Baseball …

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How to show solidarity and put pressure on polluters 1- Tweet to polluters: @enevabrasil @BTGPDigital The Amazon is unique, preserving intelligently is a matter of whether the planet survives. To exploit oil and gas in the Amazon is to contaminate …

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How to show solidarity and put pressure on polluters 1- Tweet to polluters: @enevabrasil @BTGPDigital The Amazon is unique, preserving intelligently is a matter of whether the planet survives. To exploit oil and gas in the Amazon is to contaminate …

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As the Climate Crisis Grows, a Movement Gathers to Make ‘Ecocide’ an International Crime Against the Environment

The Fifth Crime: First in a continuing series with NBC News about the campaign to make “ecocide” an international crime. In 1948, after Nazi Germany exterminated millions of Jews and other minorities during World War II, the United Nations adopted a …

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