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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Yes and no. Holiday power outages revealed weaknesses with fossil-based electricity, but solar and wind power came through in the clutch.
Investing is risky business, but these institutions know that failing to fund clean energy is even riskier.
To decarbonize and fight climate change, electrification and clean energy development must happen together—and fast.
Exceeding 1.5 degrees Celsius of global warming could trigger several and lead to irreversible climate impacts.
Here’s what to expect from the upcoming international climate change summit in Egypt.
With the reauthorization of the farm bill next year, we have a chance to shift the U.S. agricultural system from a climate problem to a climate solution.
As climate-fueled disasters become more frequent—from Mississippi to Puerto Rico and beyond—relief efforts by communities, for communities, could become increasingly critical.
Public health, disaster relief, home energy bills—every way you slice it, spending goes down.
The upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case is nothing less than a judgment on the Clean Water Act itself.
From lead plumbing to a lack of air-conditioning, schools across the United States are jeopardizing the health and safety of students, teachers, and staff.
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