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The Colorado 'solar garden' is literally a farm under solar panels

This year, the garden produced more than 8,000 pounds of produce, while the panels above generated enough power for 300 ...

Kirk Seigler - 2021-11-15

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Warming Trends: Climate Divide in the Classroom, an All-Electric City and Rising Global Temperatures' Effects on Mental Health

A column highlighting climate-related studies, innovations, books, cultural events and other developments from the globa...

Katelyn Weisbrod - 2021-11-15

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John Kerry: Cop26 puts us closer than ever to avoiding climate chaos

Kerry said: “We are in fact closer than we have ever been before to avoiding climate chaos and securing cleaner ai...

Fiona Harvey & Libby Brooks - 2021-11-15

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Here's what world leaders agreed to — and what they didn't — at the U.N. climate summit

Intense climate negotiations in Glasgow, Scotland, brought about major breakthroughs and compromises, as world leaders s...

Lauren Sommer - 2021-11-15

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Over 100 Nations at COP26 Pledge to Cut Global Methane Emissions by 30 Percent in Less Than a Decade

In a rare moment of good news coming from this week’s Conference of the Parties climate summit in Glasgow, more th...

Phil McKenna & Marianne Lavelle - 2021-11-08

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New Report Expects Global Emissions of Carbon Dioxide to Rebound to Pre-Pandemic High This Year

As world leaders and diplomats wrap up the climate negotiations in Scotland in the coming days they will be confronted b...

Nicholas Kusnetz - 2021-11-08

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This is what the world looks like if we pass the crucial 1.5-degree climate threshold

Despite new pledges to cut emissions, the world is not on track to hit a key climate change target. Scientists warn a pl...

Lauren Sommer - 2021-11-08

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COP26: What do the poorest countries want from climate summit?

Rich countries will get most of the attention, but developing countries are on climate change's front line.

Daniel Kraemer - 2021-11-08

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Diesel Emissions in Major US Cities Disproportionately Harm Communities of Color, New Studies Confirm

Diesel vehicles represented 5 percent of traffic through the urban areas but emitted up to half of all nitrogen dioxide ...

Kristoffer Tigue - 2021-11-01