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Arbery Murderers Convicted

The three white men who pursued, trapped, and murdered Ahmaud Arbery were convicted of their crimes last Wednesday. “The spirit of Ahmaud defeated the lynch mob,” Ben Crump, attorney for Arbery’s father,

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Biden Admin Makes Pre-Thanksgiving Moves

The Biden administration made multiple climate and energy announcements the day before Thanksgiving, including releasing a DOI report on oil and gas drilling, approval of an offshore wind farm, and the creation

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Wu Divests Boston Funds From Fossil Fuels

In her first major policy action, Boston Michelle Wu signed an ordinance on Monday to divest public funds from fossil fuels. The measure prohibits public investment in any financial instrument deriving more

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Gerrymandering Carries Climate Implications

Gerrymandering, the process of drawing legislative districts for political gain, has major implications for efforts to combat the climate crisis and transition the U.S. economy away from fossil fuels, Yale Climate Connections

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House Passes Build Back Better Act

The House of Representatives passed the Build Back Better Act on Friday. The bill includes more than $550 billion of investments to address climate change, with the rest of the roughly $2

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Flooding Strands Thousands in British Columbia

Emergency crews are trying desperately to reach the 18,000 people stranded by landslides and flooding in western Canada following torrential rainstorms that have caused catastrophic damage across British Columbia. One person has

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Pie Threatened by Climate Change

Climate change, caused by the extraction and combustion of fossil fuels, is coming for your pie, the Washington Post reports. Droughts, extreme rainfall, and other climate impacts are constricting supply and driving

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Phillips Confirmed to FERC

The Senate confirmed Willie Phillips Jr. to fill the open FERC seat on Wednesday. Phillips previously served as chair of the D.C. Public Service Commission and his confirmation gives Democrats a majority

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Armadillos And Trees Are On The Move

Driven by increasing temperatures and wildfires supercharged by climate change, armadillos and trees are moving north and up to cooler and wetter climates. Armadillos, historically found in Texas and the Deep South,

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Infrastructure Bill Signed Into Law

President Joe Biden signed the roughly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law on Monday, marking the biggest public infrastructure investment in over a decade. Investments The legislation provides $110 billion for

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Chaco Canyon Drilling Ban Proposed

The Biden administration on Monday proposed a 20-year ban on oil and gas drilling in and around Chaco Canyon, a sacred tribal site in what is now northwestern New Mexico. The plan,

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Nations Reach COP26 Conclusion

The 26th meeting of the UN climate talks was finally gavelled on Saturday evening in Glasgow, after more than two weeks of intense negotiations. The Glasgow Climate Pact secured a 2023 timeline

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Extreme Heat Exposure Increasing Worldwide

Approximately one-in-four people on Earth are exposed to extreme heat, a threefold increase from 1983 to 2016, an AP analysis of data from Columbia University’s Climate School reveals. Extreme heat exposure has

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Drafts Of COP26 Agreement Released

Early drafts of an agreement out of COP26 acknowledge the world should aim to limit warming to 1.5°C (2.7°F) and reference phasing out fossil fuels for the first time. The drafts also

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